Rittenhouse Square

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.

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Mantra, an Asian Fusion Sounds Promising

Al Paris, a chef at several Neil Stein locales as well as Rococo, Circa, and the fondly remembered Guru is opening his own, Mantra, on […]

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Copa Miami Opening Set for Mid-June

Copa Miami is taking over the blink-and-you-missed-it Hamburger Mary’s on the 1700 block of Chestnut St. If you want to sample the plates before Copa […]

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Tria To Open Second Location

Tria, the Rittenhouse wine bar, is opening a second location at 1601 Walnut that will also contain a fermentation classroom for wine, beer, and cheese […]