Campbell’s Place is an “Old World” tavern styled after an English pub. A lively unpretentious atmosphere serving affordable New American fare along with an extensive selection of fine draught beers and wines. Dine in a cozy booth, at the 100 year old bar, or at the “V” bar and upstairs dining room. A neighborhood gathering spot, “Chestnut Hill’s Cheers” is located on Germantown Avenue just below Gravers Lane.
Campbell’s Place, a Chestnut Hill institution for nearly four decades, changed hands October 2008 as Mary Campbell retired and longtime Chestnut Hill resident Vanessa Noonan Mullen and her husband Rob Mullen assumed control of the business.
While the Mullens have maintained Campbell’s charming, timeless atmosphere, Rob’s vision for the Campbell’s kitchen includes “A focus on delicious and high quality food made with the freshest local ingredients.” Rob has strong ties to local and regional farmers and suppliers from his work in the catering industry and intends to create a menu that utilizes seasonal ingredients.
Bredenbeck’s Bakery is a Philadelphia tradition.
Since 1889, we’ve been welcoming customers to our historic shop in the heart of Chestnut Hill. We keep those customers coming back with our friendly service and our exquisite cookies, special occasion cakes, pies, pastries and ice cream.
No matter what you’re craving, Bredenbeck’s Bakery can be counted on to deliver a delicious treat — and a delicious experience — every single time.
Cake opened in March 2000 as a small bakery off Highland Avenue in Chestnut Hill, just around the corner from our current location. The original Cake family included owner Grey Heck, a baker and a counter person, but with a lineup of regulars and a cozy atmosphere Cake quickly became a popular local spot.
By 2001 we started to serve lunch, and over the next five years it became apparent that Cake needed more space. We moved into the former Robertson’s Nursery conservatory in August 2007 after a five-month renovation, keeping many of the conservatory’s original details, including the fountain and gorgeous slate floors. Our staff expanded in the new space, including a full-time executive chef and a pastry chef. Dinner and Sunday brunch menus were also added to our repertoire.
Cake began hosting private events in spring 2010, and even welcomed our first wedding reception. Although we’ve grown, the personal feel of our restaurant hasn’t changed. Cake is proud to be part of the Chestnut Hill neighborhood and we consider our customers as part of the family.
Top of the Hill Café is a family owned business that was born from Top of the Hill Farm Market which has been offering fresh local produce to the community for the past 35 years. This same commitment to freshness can be found at Top of the Hill Café.
Our soups, salads, sandwiches and hot entrees are prepared daily on the premises. We offer fresh, creative food, personalized service and a welcoming destination for those who live and work on “the Hill”.
Our menu is geared to the convenience of taking a meal to your own home to enjoy, or you may choose to dine in our cozy Café. Outdoor seating is available in our courtyard in the warmer months. We deliver food to local homes and businesses and offer a wide range of catering services.
The next time you are in the Chestnut Hill area please stop by and visit us.
Since 2003, Osaka has been a hidden gem located in the heart of Chestnut Hill, satisfying guests with a menu that is both familiar and unique. Its personable and knowledgeable staff functions in a warm and hip atmosphere, providing an intimate and fun dining experience for any occasion.
Preparing traditional sushi, as well as elegant, nouveau dishes, Osaka’s innovative chefs integrate orthodox Japanese techniques with international flavors to create stunning, mouth-watering bites for an eclectic crowd. From seasonal, exotic fish, Tuesday night jazz, an excellent, affordable wine list, to reasonably priced lunch boxes, Osaka is a promising destination for all to enjoy and share.
Welcome! And its a warm welcome, indeed, that always awaits you at the TAVERN ON THE HILL bar and restaurant, located at the top of Philadelphia’s historic cobblestone Chestnut Hill district.
Amidst the lovely shops, boutiques and galleries, here you’ll find the perfectly charming and cozy village pub which offers a great selection of beers, wines and spirits and serves up a superb menu at very reasonable prices, all with exceptional service and gracious hospitality.
For a great lunch or dinner, for after work refreshments or a late night bite, at the TAVERN you’ll find the comfortable combination of a warm and friendly tavern ambiance with the best cookin’ anywhere around.
Established in 1921 by Rose McNally hard by the Route 23 Trolley turnout on the highest hill in Philadelphia. McNally’s Quick Lunch was intended to simply provide a warm & hospitable respite to PRT trolley operators including her husband Hugh working the world’s longest trolley line. Word of her simple but delicious fare quickly spread and soon Rose had plenty of customers. Today you’ll find her great-granddaughters, Anne & Meg, just across the tracks, offering the same fresh meals and generous hospitality in the same identical building Rose & Hugh purchased in 1927 to accomodate their growing business.
This Philadelphia landmark is located at 8634 Germantown Avenue in the city’s Chestnut Hill neighborhood, across from the old trolley turn. Look for the whitewashed building with cedar shakes over the wide green door and a welcome bench under a single coach light; when it’s lit you’re in luck.
Inside you’ll find a simple family-friendly pub. Dark, quiet and SMOKE-FREE since 1998. A perfect setting to savor your pint of Guinness along with a cup of today’s soup, a hearty sandwich and Meg’s incredible homemade desserts.
Soups, salads, sandwiches and simple platters have been the mainstays now for 86 years. View the full current menu to the right. There’s also a Daily Special that includes a cup of soup and a soft beverage; could be a wrap of fresh baked turkey or a meatloaf & mashers plate, maybe even an enchilada. See this month’s Daily Specials just below the tapped keg to your right. Soups are scratch-made and there’s a new choice each day. Expect Prime Rib with mashers every Monday night, tavern-made crab cakes & authentic Snapper soup every Friday and, of course, McNally’s famous Chicken Corn Chowder each and every Saturday.
CinCin, in historic Chestnut Hill, has earned rave reviews for its inventive Chinese and pan-Asian recipes with a refined French flair. Luxurious polished woods, gleaming brass and breathtaking etched glass provide a brilliant setting for your casual dinner for two, a party for twenty, or a fabulous banquet for sixty.
Our takeout menu is a local favorite, and we deliver. What’ll it be? Chinese or Continental? Fresh seafood or Peking Duck so aromatic and tempting, it’s Cin-ful? Repent tomorrow. CinCin tonight.
Welcome to HOKKA HOKKA*, Chestnut Hill’s most extraordinary Japanese restaurant and sushi bar. Here our food is art and the atmosphere is a mesh of elegance and casualness.
We are proud of the excellent sushi chef who has over 25 years of experience. We prepare the most fresh and finest delicacies. We try our best to provide you with a wide variety of sushi, sashimi and maki (rolls). We are also proud to have the professional kitchen chefs who deliver the delicious Japanese cuisine presented in a tasteful French style. We encourage you to experience innovative Japanese cuisine. Enjoy!
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Amy Edelman and John Millard own and operate the Night Kitchen Bakery in the Chestnut Hill section of Philadelphia. We will use this page to share photos of our products as well as information about our bakery.
Cantina Avenida’s new menu, inspired by Chef Edgar’s childhood in Guatemala, features classic and contemporary Latin small plates.
A lively indoor-outdoor Latin bar and restaurant serving shareable small plates, tacos and nachos complemented by top-notch margaritas and mojitos in a bright, airy space that spills effortlessly out onto the area’s best outdoor dining patio. Guests can expect Chef Edgar’s reliably excellent flavors, now available on the approachable, affordable menu that begs guests to linger, soak up the sunshine and sample a variety of dishes.
The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board is firmly committed to regulating the sale of alcohol, educating consumers on the responsible use of alcohol and working to prevent underage alcohol use while ensuring convenient access to a wide array of competitively-priced products and impeccable customer service at stores throughout the commonwealth.