Check out these 16 new restaurants in Philadelphia to look out for

Philadelphia, June 24

: Philadelphia’s food scene is a global confluence of different flavors and ingredients that continue to flourish with new dining options added on a regular basis. Chefs and reinvent themselves bringing a delectable spread to the table, that makes the city stand out as a food capital of the USA.

From award-winning restaurants to small joints, the extensive food scene in Philadelphia is a collective of culinary innovation, old-school recipes, and diverse flavors. With the easing of restrictions in effect to the pandemic, the city’s food scene is expanding yet again with new restaurants and culinary ideas.

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Must-visit restaurants in Philadelphia:

Amine

Head to the Old City for a creative American Southern menu from Felicia Wilson and Chef Darryl Harmon, formerly of Water Works Restaurant and The Lure Group in New York City.

La Martina Canteen

The first independent venture from Chef Dionicio Jimenez showcases Mexican cuisine that he has perfected over many decades, working at different restaurants. There is a touch of sentimental value to the restaurant’s theme and service, which is a culmination of his long years of work and innovation.

Frame

From dinner to late-night bites, this nightlife newcomer features global fare in a loungey atmosphere.

Good Luck Pizza Co.

Chef Marcie Turney and Valerie Safran’s newest addition to 13th Street, specializes in thick-crust pies with high hydration and a long fermentation process. It’s already gotten a special shoutout for its excellent gluten-free dough, developed by chef George Sabatino.

KPOD

KPOD celebrates the cultural and culinary essence of South Korea. New additions include a raw bar, a new design replacing the sushi conveyor belt, and lots of Korean staples like Bibimbap.

Mabu Kitchen

French-inspired Southern comfort food is on the menu at this Washington Square West BYOB from chef Ayad Sinawi. Here you can look out for the scrumptious dinner and weekend brunch spreads.

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mish mish

Food writer Alex Tewfik took over the former Noord space to open this Mediterranean restaurant with 32 seats and a bar. You can experience special dishes like fried Armenian string cheese, and pomegranate-lacquered grilled chicken.

Ocho Rios Grill

This lively new South Philly spot offers the best Caribbean standards like jerk chicken or oxtail stew. Vegetarians have options too like vegetarian fritters and Jamaican tofu curry among other things.

Olea

This menu at this seafood-focused Mediterranean in Old City features several types of pasta, plus large plates like braised rabbit and branzino. It’s conveniently located in the former Chloe space across from the Betsy Ross House.

Prunella

Wood-fired pizza and pasta in an upscale setting are the latest from restaurateur Michael Schulson.

REX at the Royal

Traditional Lowcountry Southeast Atlantic cuisine is now being served inside the historic Royal Theater along South Street. The rejuvenated interior features an expansive dining room, a large turquoise bar, and an upper mezzanine, as well as a café, bottle shop, and a raised stage that will host live music acts preserving the building’s rich history.

Sooo Delicious Soul Food Cafe

A popular food truck has a new permanent home in Washington Square West. Aminah McDaniel and Angel King turn out soul food favorites like mac and cheese, greens, and wings.

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steak 48

Steak 48 is a swanky, spacious new steakhouse on Broad Street, across from the Kimmel Center.

Victory Taproom Philadelphia

Downingtown-based Victory Brewing Company’s new, 14,000 square-foot taproom along the Benjamin Franklin Parkway features two indoor bars, an outdoor bar, street-level outdoor seating, and a rooftop patio that presents gorgeous views of the Museum Mile. the

Wilder

This ambitious new three-level spot from chef-restaurateur Brett Naylor and his wife Nicole Barrick has two bars, an open pizza kitchen, a crude and raw bar, and a private dining room. Posh design accents in the former ballroom include chandeliers and leopard-print bar stools.

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1911 BYOB

Chefs Jonathan Raffa and Mike Gingras met while working at the former Will BYOB a few years back. Now they’re whipping up comfort food with a side of hospitality from the same South Philly kitchen.

-PTC News

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