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Alma de Cuba – Modern Latin
1623 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103

Romantic and moody, Alma introduces diners to new interpretations of Latin classics such as lechon asado and vaca frita. Expertly muddled mojitos are served up in the laidback, vacation-evoking lounge.


Barclay Prime – Boutique Steakhouse
237 S. 18th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103

This luxury boutique restaurant brings steakhouses into the 21st century. Kobe beef sliders, rib-eye steaks, butter poached lobster and a menu of modern sides are among the specialties to be enjoyed in the modern library-like atmosphere.


Buddakan – Modern Asian
325 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106

Centered around a ten-and-a-half foot gold gilded Buddha, Buddakan serves family-style Modern Asian cuisine. Imaginative dishes like edamame ravioli, Asian barbeque pork and lobster fried rice have made this a must-stop spot on any visit to Philly.


Butcher and Singer – Steaks and Chops
1500 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102

An homage to 1940s Hollywood, low lights and dark wood gives this restaurant the feel of a bygone era when women donned full red lips, men wore a suit and tie and post-Prohibition liquor flowed freely. The menu includes an array of perfectly charred steaks and chops, coldwater lobster and iconic dishes like crab Louie. (Pair it with the perfect Manhattan, of course.)


Continental Mid-Town – Eclectic Global
1801 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103

Featuring a menu of global cuisine and creative cocktails, this expansive restaurant is three stories of fun. Snack on classic creations such as chicken quesadillas and Vietnamese spring rolls or sip the famous Astronaut cocktail on the rooftop patio.


Continental Martini Bar – Eclectic Global
138 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106

This stainless steel 60’s-style diner offers an exciting menu of global cuisine, including crab pad thai, cheesesteak eggrolls and lobster mashed potatoes. Famed for its sensational cocktails, the extensive bar features a wide variety of libations and over 15 types of martinis.


The Dandelion – English Pub
18th & Sansom Streets
Philadelphia, PA 19103

London’s culinary revolution comes to Philadelphia with this bustling gastropub. Cozy rooms and intimate bars create a storied, Old World aura, while updated seasonal takes on British food make up the menu. In keeping with tradition, casks and tap craft beers are always rotating, a proper afternoon tea service has a sweet and savory menu, and classic family-style roasts are served on Sundays.


El Rey – Authentic Mexican
2013 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103

Home-style cuisine from Puebla to Veracruz and a well-worn roadside diner vibe come together to create this Mexican haven. Authentic dishes like ceviches, tortas, enchiladas and sopes, as well as tequilas, mescals and cervezas make for an upbeat meal at this local cantina.


El Vez – Modern Mexican
121 S. 13th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107

It’s the unexpected interpretations of Mexican classics (think duck confit flautas, lobster tacos and guacamole with truffles) that make El Vez a Philadelphia favorite. Regulars know to hit up the energetic bar for margaritas and creative cocktails before and after they eat.


Frankford Hall – Beer Garden
1210 Frandford Avenue
Philadelphia PA 19125

Frankford Hall embodies the spirit of an open-air German biergarten presented with a modern twist. Set in an industrial structure, the space creates a unique urban experience for those looking to enjoy a cold brew and brats of all kinds. With 9 beers on tap, 10 more in bottles and giant, warm pretzels the true essence of Bavaria is represented at its best in this Fishtown fun spot.


Fette Sau – BBQ
1208 Frankford Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19125

Fette Sau (German for “fat pig”) is a barbecue restaurant specializing in dry-rubbed meats, sourced from small, local farms and smoked in-house. The menu changes daily, with a rotating selection of meats available for purchase by the pound. The sides are kept simple and include burnt end baked beans, broccoli salad, pickles, sauerkraut and potato chips. The drink list offers nine beers on tap, plus a cider, and an extensive list of North American bourbon and whiskeys.


Jones – American Comfort Food
700 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106

In this 60’s ski-lodge atmosphere you can indulge on comfort food at its finest. Feast on American favorites like fried chicken and waffles, macaroni and cheese and Thanksgiving turkey dinner while sipping on playful specialty cocktails in front of the roaring fire.


Morimoto – Contemporary Japanese
723 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107

Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto elevates Japanese flavors and creates sushi that is sublime in this smart eatery. Enjoy an Omakase menu — a meal custom designed by the chef — or mix and match from the incredible menu of a la carte creations.


Parc – French Bistro
227 S. 18th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103

This stylish addition to Rittenhouse Square pays tribute to French café culture, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week. Ideal for a quick bite or a leisurely meal, the menu is filled with classics: onion soup, escargots, steak frites and towering plateaus de fruits de mer. The baguettes are made in-house and the wine list is expansive. Sip a Kir Royale at the zinc bar or enjoy a café au lait while basking in the sun.


Pizzeria Stella – Artisanal Pizza
2nd & Lombard
Philadelphia, PA 19147

Café windows looking onto Headhouse Square hint of the unpretentious warmth of a neighborhood restaurant. An open wood-burning hearth occupies center stage, and turns out artisanal and decadent Neapolitan pizza pies. Crisp salads (and even crisper beers) round out the traditional menu.


Pod – Contemporary Pan Asian
3636 Sansom Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104

Blast into the future in this ultra-modern, family-style Asian restaurant. Sit in a glowing cocoon-like pod or eat at the sushi bar where a conveyor belt delivers nigiri and rolls. The red barge in the lounge is the perfect place to sip festive drinks and people watch.


Serpico – Contemporary American
604 South Street
Philadelphia PA 19147

Serpico is a collaboration between James Beard award-winning chef Peter Serpico and restaurateur Stephen Starr. The cuisine is ingredient-driven offering a seasonally evolving menu of playful yet familiar takes on global fare. A small hand-picked list of food-friendly wines perfectly complements the cuisine.


Talula’s Daily – Market & Cafe
208 W. Washington Square
Philadelphia, PA 19106

Talula’s Daily aims to be an everyday hub to shop, eat, drink, and congregate over real, wholesome food and ingredients. Market-goers are greeted by the scents of crusty, warm bread; freshly roasted coffee; and local farmstead cheeses of all shapes, sizes and flavors. The Daily offers creative sandwiches for vegetarians and omnivores alike. Quick takeaway meals such as chicken croquettes, vegetable lasagna, and grilled fish are also prepared for enjoying later.


Talula’s Garden – Seasonal American
210 W. Washington Square
Philadelphia, PA 19106

Talula’s Garden prepares carefully sourced ingredients with a light, European touch to create a delectable menu that changes with the seasons. The upbeat vibe of the dining room and the tranquility of the stunning flower garden, make this a restaurant a relaxing oasis in the heart of the city.


The Love. – Seasonal American
130 South 18th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103

Aimee Olexy and Stephen Starr are proud to introduce The Love. to their hometown of Philadelphia. The restaurant, just steps off of beautiful Rittenhouse Square, serves creative American cuisine in a vibrant and carefree setting where the most important ingredient is the love of food and good friends.

New York City

Buddakan – Modern Asian
75 9th Ave.
New York, NY 10011

The surreal atmosphere of this awe-inspiring restaurant in New York’s Meatpacking district combines the serenity of Asia with the flamboyance of 16th century Paris. The menu features fanciful interpretations of Chinese dishes and delights even the most discriminating palates.


The Clocktower – Contemporary Cuisine
5 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10010

Located in Ian Schrager’s New York Edition Hotel, The Clocktower serves contemporary cuisine with British sensibilities. Michelin-starred Chef Jason Atherton’s menu offers a taste of London while enjoying views of Madison Square Park.


El Vez – Mexican
259 Vesey Street
New York, NY 10282

Casual yet contemporary, El Vez celebrates the festive soul of Mexican and Mexican-American culture, a true south-of-the-border spirit that manifests itself in the restaurant’s attitude and atmosphere. The breathtaking space is a feast for the eyes with imaginatively designed dining areas, a large bar outfitted with a photobooth, a wrap-around landscaped patio for dining al fresco and a burrito bar for food on the go.


La Mercerie – French

53 Howard Street
New York, NY 10013

Located inside Roman & Williams Guild in Soho, La Mercerie by Chef Marie-Aude Rose celebrates the thoughtful delight of everyday French cooking. The full café, due to open in January, will offer breakfast, an all-day menu and craft cocktails. For the holiday season, please stop by for lovely pastries and coffee during the day or drinks in the evening.


Le Coucou – French

138 Lafayette Street
New York, NY 10013

After taking Paris by storm, internationally acclaimed chef Daniel Rose returns home with Le Coucou. A gracious modern nod to fine European gastronomy, Rose shrinks the intercontinental divide separating the City of Lights and the Big Apple, proving that the true essence of fine French dining can thrive in any time zone.


Morimoto – Contemporary Japanese
88 10th Avenue
New York, NY 10011

An oasis of calm, this downtown Chelsea restaurant creates a refuge where guests can escape the urban chaos of New York City. The extraordinary design is rivaled only by the mouthwatering contemporary Japanese menu which melds traditional Eastern ingredients with modern Western cooking techniques.


Upland – Californian Brasserie
345 Park Avenue South
New York, NY 10010

Built around a California-style culinary philosophy that takes heavy cues from the seasons, Upland balances a familiar rusticity with a smart global approach, all enhanced with a New Yorker’s eye for detail. The menu offers an artful array of starters, entrees and sides, each plate accented with chef Justin Smillie’s enticing and urbane touch.

New Jersey

Buddakan – Modern Asian
The Pier Shops at Caesars, One Atlantic Ocean
Atlantic City, NJ 08401

Guests are instantly transported to an ancient Chinese village complete with rock gardens, thatched roofs and a dramatic twilight sky. The menu portrays an innovative interpretation of modern Asian cuisine that matches the décor’s creativity and inspiration.


The Continental – Eclectic Global
One Atlantic Ocean
Atlantic City, NJ 08401

A playful mix of vintage elegance and vanguard sophistication, Continental invokes the drama of the rat pack days on the Vegas strip. The global menu showcases a variety of innovative dishes meant to be shared. And of course the martinis are an essential part of the experience.


Le Zoo – French Brasserie
9700 Collins Avenue (in the Bal Harbour Shops)
Bal Harbour, FL 33154

This stylish 200-seat French brasserie transports diners to the beloved cafés of Paris and the shores of St. Tropez, whether you’re relaxing in the quaint interior salon or dining al fresco on the lush palm tree-covered patio.


Makoto – Modern Japanese
9700 Collins Avenue (in the Bal Harbour Shops)
Bal Harbour, FL 33154

Chef Makoto Okuwa has created a modern Japanese menu for his eponymous eatery, located in the prestigious Bal Harbour Shops. Exceptional sushi bar selections, traditional dishes remade with some whimsy, and skewers cooked over a charcoal robata are complemented with hand-crafted beverages and sake. A soothing dining room, energized sushi bar, and two outdoor patios provide numerous dining experiences.


Steak 954 – Boutique Steakhouse
401 N. Ft. Lauderdale Beach Blvd
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33034

Steak 954 is a luxury boutique steakhouse that faces the ocean. The restaurant features dry aged beef from hand picked ranches, Tajima Kobe from Australia, locally caught seafood, and the finest wines and spirits with selections from all over the globe.


Upland Miami – California Inspired
49 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach, FL 33139

A second outpost of the popular NYC restaurant, Justin Smillie brings his signature California inspired cuisine to Miami Beach. Considered by many as a “pasta savant” and “vegetable sage”, the menu offers delicious dishes using locally sourced ingredients prepared with a an artist’s touch.

Washington DC

Le Diplomate – French Bistro
1601 14th St. NW
Washington DC 20005

Le Diplomate pays homage to French cafe culture by providing a comfortable place for everything from a cappuccino and croissant on a lazy afternoon weekend at brunch to a celebratory dinner out with friends of just a drink and dessert at the close of an evening. The extensive menu features a variety of classic favorites and daily plats du jour. Fresh baked breads, regional cheeses and towering plateaux of fruits de mer bring a little bit of Paris to DC.