Philly’s food scene keeps getting better and better and three of our city’s restaurants this year have made OpenTable’s 100 Best Restaurants in America list.
Based off of more than 10 million verified OpenTable reviews of restaurants across the country, OpenTable Chief Dining Officer Caroline Potter says in a press release: “The common thread running through this list of winning restaurants is excellence in hospitality.”
Other common elements include sustainability, seasonality and house-made ingredients.
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So which of Philly’s restaurants made the cut?
Here they are:
237 St. James Place
Since opening in 2008, Chef Michael Solomonov’s Zahav has been wowing diners with their modern Israeli cuisine.
1312 Spruce St.
If you love Italian cuisine, a visit to Vetri is a must. Specializing in the food of Northern Italy, expect homemade pasta and a homey ambiance.
1009 S. 8th St.
Feeling French? This charming BYOB in Bella Vista offers a 7-course Chef’s Tasting menu for $100 per guest.
Is there a restaurant you’d like to see on this list? Let us know in the comments below.