Outdoor garden at Little Nonna’s | Photo by Jason Varney
The Center City District now counts 412 outdoor dining cafes in just Philadelphia’s downtown area. Many a sidewalk has been turned over to eating al fresco. But if you’re looking to dine in the sunshine without the crowds, out of earshot of the SEPTA bus and away from the peering eyes of passersby, you’ve come to the right place. Here, our picks for the 12 best hidden outdoor dining spots in Philadelphia.
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Sal’s meatballs at Amis | Photo via Amis
Sure, we argue a lot over who has the best cheesesteak, the best pizza or the best cheeseburger in Philly. One argument we’re not having nearly enough? Who has the best meatballs. Because seriously, once we started looking into it, we realized what a ball-shaped bounty exists in this city.
Here, then, are the best of the best. Philadelphia’s best meatballs, in several different categories. Dig in.
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As you probably know, Frank Sinatra and the holiday season go pretty well together if you ever listened to his Christmas classics of the past.
So in honor of what would’ve been his 100th birthday, on December 12 Little Nonna’s is preparing a four-course tasting menu inspired by Ol’ Blue Eyes’ favorite dishes.
Owners Marcie Turney and Valerie Safran of the Italian-American eatery located at 1234 Locust Street in Midtown Village have put together a special menu to celebrate the life of the legendary entertainer.
The menu features Frank’s mother’s signature marinara sauce and other Sinatra family recipes. It will be available during their dinner service starting tonight (Monday, December 7) and running through Sunday, December 13.
And yes, of course we have the menu