Philadelphia Marathon
Philadelphia, PA USA
Sunday November 17, 2013


Philadelphia Dining

Bishop's Collar Bar & Restaurant, The
2349 Fairmount Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19130, 215-765-1616, Regional microbrews, unusual cocktails, a fantastic Bloody Mary, daily specials, and a menu that includes such selections as chicken quesadillas, crab cakes, turkey chili, meatloaf sandwich, and a grilled chicken wrap are all available at the pub-style Bishop's Collar Bar & Restaurant

Country Club Restaurant & Pastry Shop
1717 Cottman Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19032, Located in Delaware Valley, 215-722-0500, Open daily for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, this second generation family owned and operated restaurant serves wonderful American cuisine and specializes in chicken noodle matzo ball soup, brisket with kasha varnishkas, cheesecake, and blintzes.

Jack's Firehouse
2130 Fairmount Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19130, Located in the Fairmount Neighborhood, 215-232-9000, Situated in a 19th century firehouse across the street from the Eastern State Penitentiary Historic Site, five blocks from the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Jack's menu selections are prepared using only the finest and freshest ingredients available.

Jones Restaurant
700 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106, 215-223-5663, Owned by Stephen Starr, the retro Jones is open for lunch Monday through Friday and nightly for dinner. Dine-in and take-out is available.

London Grill
2301 Fairmount Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19130, 215-978-4545, Open for lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch, London Grill's select menus include such selections as seared sea scallops, duck quesadilla, potato gnocchi, eggs benedict, steamed mussels, wasabi crusted salmon, grilled pork chop, portobello sandwich, baked crème brulee French toast, hangar steak, and buckwheat pancakes.

Manayunk Brewery and Restaurant
4120 Main Street, Philadelphia, PA 19127, 215-482-8220, The Manayunk Brewery and Restaurant offers a menu that contains everything from award-winning pork ribs to hand-rolled sushi. A full menu of their handcrafted beers and ales is available. A live jazz Sunday brunch takes place from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Rembrandt's Restaurant and Bar
741 North 23rd Street, Philadelphia, PA 19130, In the Fairmount Section of the Art Museum Area, 215-763-2228, 800-REMBRANdts, Offering romantic fine dining for lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch at reasonable prices, Rembrandt's Restaurant and Bar features five styles of authentic wood burning brick oven Italian pizza, weekly events, eight draft beers on tap, and more.

Society Hill Restaurant and Bar
301 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106, Located at the Society Hill Hotel in Olde City, 215-923-3711, A favorite of tourists and locals alike, the Society Hill Restaurant and Bar offers an incredible selection of food, wine and fine Philly beers on tap. Reservations are recommended for parties of six or more.

Buddakan
325 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19382, Located in the Historic District, 215-574-9440, Named one of "America's Top 50 Restaurants" by Travel & Leisure magazine, this trendy and timeless Asian restaurant is centered around a towering gilded Buddha and successfully blends East and West to offer a truly unique dining experience. Two full service bars are also on site. They are open nightly for dinner plus serve lunch Monday through Friday.

Guru
222 South Street, Philadelphia, PA 19382, 215-413-9240, Specializing in inventive pan-Asian cuisine, this restaurant uses Far Eastern ingredients and French cooking techniques to create their delicious dishes. DJs spinning hip-hop, techno and trance music at the start of the dinner hour contributes to the trendy, upscale atmosphere. They are open nightly for dinner and late night dining.

Pod
3636 Sansom Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104, 215-387-1803, A contemporary Pan Asian infused eatery, this hip Starr restaurant features high-gloss white epoxy walls, a conveyor belt sushi bar, bright colorful lighting, and unusual dining "pods."

Trio
2624 Brown Street, Philadelphia, PA 19130, In the Fairmount Section of the Art Museum Area, 215-232-8746, The 52-seat Trio is a small BYOB restaurant that features a menu that includes such selections as basil chicken, vegetable spring rolls, lemongrass soup, baked Atlantic salmon, sweet corn fritters, crab cakes, and portabellas in coconut milk.