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Cochon BYOB
Earning its place on Philadelphia magazine’s Top Restaurants in 2011, Cochon BYOB continues to impress its Center City neighborhood with mouthwatering French cuisine and an unforgettable ambience. Using a farm-to-table approach, Cochon’s menu offers refined French dishes that touches on both traditional and innovative culinary styles. The product of husband and wife Gene and Amy Giuffi, Cochon’s atmosphere is relaxed and welcoming, perfect for a family outing or a casual meal. Its unique and familial style makes it a must in Philadelphia’s dining scene.
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Here, Executive Chef Gabriel Montalvo celebrates the rich traditions of Mexican cuisine. Xochitl’s menu marries the best of Philadelphia’s local ingredients with the culinary traditions of Mexico, offering a large selection of small plates, entrees, and enticing sides. To complement the savory fare, you’ll find a list of award winning cocktails, created from a selection of more than 75 100 percent blue agave tequilas. Coupled with a lively atmosphere and friendly staff, Xochitl promises an evening of savory cuisine and first-class dining experience.

Coyote Crossing
If the picturesque patio doesn't draw you off the street, Conschocken's Coyote Crossing will tempt you with a wafting bouquet of authentic Mexican flavors. Here, Chef Christopher Hora uses fresh and exotic ingredients to create savory Mexican dishes that will excite even the most sophisticated palate. Coyote Crossing’s upbeat atmosphere matches the cuisine, offering a unique and exciting night of fine dining. Whether craving a taste of the sultry fare or just looking for a fun night out, Coyote Crossing offers the best of both worlds.
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