Visit Little House Shop for Scalamandré pillows, sets of vintage silver, and elevated luxe essentials like custom-monogrammed Matouk towels. This historic market is not your average Little Italy. Spread across 10 city blocks in Bella Vista, the Italian Market on 9th street is home to both generations-old family vendors and new establishments that serve up everything from pizza (try Angelo’s!) to tacos (South Philly Barbacoa is a must) and even natural wine (check out Di Bruno Bros bottle shop). The Art Museum, the Liberty Bell, Zahav. Few things are as synonymous with Philadelphia as this modern Israeli eatery located in Society Hill. Helmed by Michael Solmonov, this winner of the 2019 James Beard Award for Outstanding Restaurant serves up hummus perfected among a host of inventive twists on classic Israeli dishes like halloumi with strawberry-fennel jam, pistachio, and pickled green strawberries. Opt for the house specialty pomegranate lamb shoulder as your entree choice and splurge on the impeccably curated wine pairing. Formerly a coveted sausage shop in Philadelphia’s Italian neighborhood, Fiorella is now one of the hottest seats in town helmed by James Beard award-winner Marc Vetri. This eatery holds onto the establishment’s rich history while simultaneously serving an inventive selection of antipasti, pasta, and desserts. Don’t worry, the original sausage recipe was passed down and regularly makes an appearance as a ragu with rigatoni.
After a stroll through Rittenhouse Square, Parc by Philly’s own Stephen Starr is an ideal place to share a bottle of wine and some hors d’oeuvres in an alfresco setting. This spacious brassiere serves classic French fare from breakfast to dinner, so there’s never a bad time to pop in. Marked only by a Japanese lantern hanging next to an innocuous blue door, Royal Sushi & Izakaya is part traditional Izakaya, part speakeasy sushi bar. In the front, you’ll find light bites alongside an expansive sake and Japanese whiskey list. Pass through the Noren curtains in the back and you’ll discover a 17-course tasting of the city’s best omakase in an intimate, eight-seat setting. Spots book up the second they become available, so plan your visit well in advance.
Named after chef and co-owner Nathalie Richan’s grandmother, this all-day Lebanese market, garden, and restaurant makes her spirit felt throughout. From design choices inspired by her neighbor’s home to the delicious Lebanese dishes served on a picturesque garden patio, a meal at Suraya feels as if you’re dining among family. Come on a Friday or Saturday night for “A Taste of Suraya” to have your table filled with a dizzying array of spreads, appetizers, and entrees. But, if you can only join for an a la carte meal, don’t miss the labneh. K’Far might be chef Mike Solomonov’s most personal endeavor yet. Inspired by the cuisine and culture of Israeli bakeries, which is where Solomonov got his start, K’Far puts a delicious spin on café favorites. From traditional pastries like borekas with Bulgarian feta, chocolate rugelach, and babka, to toasts made with traditional Yemenite Kubaneh bread, everything in this kitchen is worth a try.
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