Top Ten Restaurants in Philadelphia - Page 2
Reflecting the same level of sophistication and elegance as the Four Seasons Hotel in which it lies, this Center City destination is renowned for its upscale atmosphere and impressive food alike. In 2010, Fountain Restaurant earned the acclaimed Forbes Travel Guide 2010 Five Star award among others, making this a must-see for anyone looking for the finest of dining in the Philadelphia area. With culinary influences rooted in flavors from around the world, Fountain Restaurant is sure to satisfy tastes of any variety.
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Winthorpe and Valentine
Emanating Philadelphia pride, this Center City hotspot is named after the cinematic feature Trading Places. Combining American comfort with a sleek atmosphere, Winthorpe and Valentine serves up modern takes on classic American fare. Complement dishes like North Atlanta day boat scallops served with whipped potatoes and Kennet Square mushrooms with a side of savory vegetable tempura, and your taste buds are surely in for a surprising treat.
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Sweeping views of Philadelphia’s skyline and first-class service await at this elegant destination in the Park Hyatt of Philadelphia. Known for emanating a sophisticated American brasserie, XIX boasts a contemporary seafood menu and a stylish atmosphere. Whether it be the impressive dishes or stunning decor, XIX always leaves an everlasting impression on its guests.
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Nestled in the heart of West Chester, Gilmore's is a quiet and serene French bistro perfect for a special night out. Celebrated Chef Peter Gilmore, whose previous stints include Philadelphia’s renowned Le-Bec Fin, gives a devoted touch to the French cuisine, using a unique culinary style and American flair. The enticing menu, featuring small plates and entrees, is complemented by first rate service and beautiful décor to leave an everlasting impression.
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