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220 South Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102
#46 on the 2008 Philly Mag 50
Christ Dhimitri may be best known for founding fun-loving Chris’ Jazz Café, but he’s very serious about the food at Bliss, which he recently acquired from original owners Francesco Martorella and Ed Snider. New chef Fabrizzio Pace has added both Asian (tempura prawns) and Italian (house-cut gnocchi with truffles) influences to the menu, plus a standout selection of homemade breads. And there’s fun, too: specialty cocktails and live jazz on weekend nights.
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User Reviews (2) :
I went to Bliss for a girl's brunch on Sunday. I had the eggs benedict which was delicious. It was a little expensive for brunch, but well worth it: it had both filet and crab and the hollandaise was the best I've had in a while. My friend had the french toast which would have been to filling for me (it comes with mascarpone cheese) but my bite of it was amazing. The restaurant was a bit quieter than I'd expect but the friendliness and attentiveness of the staff made up for it.
Posted by Sara: Feb. February 29th, 2012 at 6:13 PM
The other night my boyfriend and I ate dinner at Bliss before a show. I went for the convienance, but I was blown away by the food. I had the gnocchi...it was one of the best dishes I've ever eaten. My Boyfriend had the hotpot...again...so good. And to be honest, not 2 dishes that I would expect from the same kitchen. We will definately be back and we will be making the dinner the focus of the night. This place is special.
Posted by Michelle: Nov. November 6th, 2009 at 12:28 PM