Rittenhouse Square is one of Philadelphia’s most popular neighborhoods. One of the five original squares planned by city founder William Penn in the late 17th century, the park at the heart of Rittenhouse Square is widely considered one of the finest urban public spaces in the country. The square is home to many works of public art, and the neighborhood serves as a hub for fine dining and extensive retail. Check out our ultimate guide to dining in Rittenhouse before making your next reservation.
Restaurant institution Friday Saturday Sunday has been around since 1973, the lone survivor of Philadelphia’s first restaurant renaissance. Weaver and Jamie Lilly have guided the […]
Di Bruno Bros. is celebrating its tenth anniversary at 1730 Chestnut Street. They’re hosting several events today through 2 p.m. that include live product demonstrations and samples […]
The former Tangier at 18th and Lombard is being reborn as SouthGate, a Korean-inspired pub. Peter Hwang, his wife Mindy and Peter’s father are behind […]
V Street 126 S 18th Street Rittenhouse Square 215-278-7943 Rich Landau and Kate Jacoby aren’t the first restaurateurs to summon night-market memories with bare bulbs […]