Moore Brothers Wine Company is unique – we source our wines directly, working with artisan winegrowers in France, Italy, and Germany. We have stores in New Jersey, Delaware, and New York City, and represent nearly 150 artisan producers.Helping our customers find world-class wines for the way they really live.Moore Brothers Wine Company is unique – we source our wines directly, working with artisan winegrowers in France, Italy, and Germany.
Our personal relationships with these growers, and our integrated, temperature-controlled distribution model provides our customers with traditional, authentic, and natural wines that taste here in the US, exactly as they taste at the winery.
Drive a little, save a lot.We will match any advertised price in NJ! Canals Discount Liquor Mart is the original Canal’s location in Pennsauken NJ. One stop shopping for all your Beer, Wine, and Liquor needs. Stop by and take advantage of our knowledgeable staff. We also ship wines to 41 states
Total Wine & More is America‘s Wine Superstore®—the country‘s largest independent retailer of fine wine. We started in 1991 when brothers David and Robert Trone opened two wine stores in Delaware. We currently operate over 100 superstores across 15 states and are growing rapidly.
We are committed to having the best wine selection with an emphasis on fine wines. This differentiates us from many retailers in the United States who specialize in one geographic area or price category. Our typical store carries more than 8,000 different wines from every wine-producing region in the world.
In addition to a world-class selection of fine wines, the typical Total Wine & More also carries more than 2,500 beers, from America‘s most popular beers to hard-to-find microbrews and imports, and more than 3,000 different spirits from every price range and category.
Total Wine & More is committed to having the lowest prices on wine, spirits and beer every day. Our tremendous buying power and special relationships with producers, importers, and wholesalers offers us considerable savings, which we pass on to our customers.
Our strength is our people. We have over 2,000 associates, including 600 wine professionals, who must demonstrate comprehensive wine knowledge before they are invited to join our team. After coming on board, all of our wine team members undergo an extensive initial training program, participate in weekly team wine tastings, attend monthly wine-producer seminars, and many travel to prestigious winegrowing regions on company-sponsored trips.
We believe that an educated consumer is our best customer. We want to demystify the wine-buying experience for our customers so they will feel confident in choosing the bottle of wine that is perfect for them.
Whether you are new to the world of wine or a great wine enthusiast, we are dedicated to bringing you The Total Wine Experience™.
With incredible views and some of the city’s most acclaimed selections, the Moshulu offers to its guests one of the most spectacular dining experiences in Philadelphia.
Offering Philadelphia’s best waterfront and city views, the Moshulu’s inspired, award winning American cuisine and wine list, combined with the unique backdrop creates a memorable dining experience.
Welcome to Tamarind Thai Restaurant. We recognize the importance of natural ingredients; therefore MSG. is never used in any recipe we prepare. In our restaurant, fresh herbs and spices like lemon grass, sweet basil, coriander, galangal and kaffer lime help the food give its distinctive Thai flavor.
Thai cooking has always been famous for the unique flavor, as well as for the nutritional value. Dishes are light, fresh and low in fat and in cholesterol (for lower cholesterol options, please consult your server).
Although our restaurant does not have liquor license, please fell free to bring the spirits of your choice to accompany your meal.
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The building housing Bistro Romano an Italian restaurant Philadelphia has a history all its own. Built in the early 1700′s, the building was originally the residence of a wealthy shipping merchant. Subsequently, it was a terminus on the underground railroad, then converted to a seed warehouse in 1914, and since 1973, has been home to the restaurant.
The open beam ceilings, hearth-brick walls and soft lighting make Bistro Romano’s bar and dining room a warm, informal setting for a friendly conversation, romantic rendezvous or business talk.
The bar in our upstairs lounge area has its own charm and is, quite literally, ship-shape. The bar was originally a fixture aboard the luxury liner City of Detroit III – a side wheel passenger steamer that was built in 1912 in Wyandotte, Michigan and operated by the Detroit and Cleveland Navigation Company.
In its day considered the finest inland passenger steamer afloat, it featured grand salons, staterooms, and a Gothic Room finished in hand-carved oak. The flowing form and luminous, jade green color of the bar capture the feel and endless expanse of the open ocean.
Besides the bar, midway on the gently curving stairway to the dining room, hangs a picture of a sea nymph. The painting graced the Forward Salon of the ship. As you sip your drink, you can almost hear the ship’s orchestra playing elegant waltzes and see the couples
dancing. The ship was dismantled in 1957 … but we’re happy to say that its remarkable bar and painting have survived, to grace Bistro Romano with its unusual beauty.
The unique Wine Cellar, located under the street and part of the former network of underground tunnels in Society Hill, is the perfect place for that romantic rendezvous.
Welcome to Las Bugambilias, a traditional Mexican restaurant located on South Street in Philadelphia. As chef and owner of this center city Philadelphia restaurant, Carlos Molina offers high quality, freshly prepared, Mexican food from three different regions in Mexico.
The desserts at Bugambilias are homemade on the premises, and we offer a diverse array of exceptional dishes that please even the most discerning palate.
Kabul is recognized as one of the area’s restaurants for “consistently delightful,” “absolutely delicious” and “wonderfully spiced” authentic, Afghan fare. Rated Excellent as reviewed in “Philadelphia Restaurants” by Zagat Survey 2000-2001.
Dress code is casual. All major credit cards are accepted. BYOB. There is only one small step before the entrance, so wheel chairs are welcome. Parking is available at the E-Z parking lot across the street. Kabul Afghan Cuisine is a non-smoking restaurant.
American taste buds have been changed forever. Kabul, an adventure in exotic dining, uncommon to Philadelphians, is the city’s first and original Afghan restaurant since 1991. Kabul is the kind of restaurant people return to again and again for the best of all possible reasons: fine, fresh, attractively presented food; attentive, agreeable service; pleasant surroundings; reasonable prices plus a profusion of discounts. The restaurant is chef and family owned and operated. That means that everyone involved with your order equates your pleasure with their prosperity.
Kabul’s menu is characterized predominantly by uniquely spiced lamb and chicken main courses, recently expanded to include an ample sampling of vegetarian dishes. Everything – bread to salad dressing to desserts – is prepared on the premises. The sauces are subtle and sophisticated. All the food is marinated in herbs and spices in order to achieve the true flavor of Afghan cuisine. As for the desserts, Elaine Tait, an Inquirer restaurant critic, once wrote, “I’ve grown accustomed to ethnic desserts that don’t always measure up to our standards for sweets. What we’re served at Kabul, however, were unusual but familiar enough to satisfy a majority of American sweet- lovers.”
At Kabul, half the fun of eating Afghan food is the atmosphere. The soothingly alto Afghan music immediately sets a tranquil mood. The decor intrigues: pink walls adorned with colorful native rugs, striped costumes and portraits of stoic warriors. To complete the ambiance, the restaurant is lit primarily by candlelight.
Or if you would care to try dining in traditional Afghan style, call in advance and reserve the taqh, a raised platform covered with Afghan rugs, cushions, and pillows, located in the back of the dining room. There, you can remove your shoes and eat with your hands (silverware is optional) while sitting or reclining in luxury. After dinner, the waiter gives you a pitcher to wash your hands.
Additionally, Kabul does not have a liquor license so bring your own wine. In fact, bring white and red, as you’ll find that the dining experience is best with both.
Ultimately, Kabul dishes out a cornucopia of culinary and cultural surprises best described by Dick Doran, Vice President of Corporate Communications at Independence Blue Cross in Philadelphia, “Kabul is one of the most pleasant eateries of its kind in the area. Relaxing in its tasteful simplicity and service, enjoyable in its culinary offerings, and reasonable in its pricing, it is like visiting a land far away for an informal Friday night or a quiet early Sunday dinner.”
When you’re dining at Spasso, you can expect great food at a reasonable price. Spasso’s open kitchen produces a menu that combines a full array of fresh seafood and meat, an assortment of appetizers, fresh vegetables, and homemade pasta. All the desserts are made on the premises, so be sure to save some room. The dining room at Spasso is warm and casual, so please come as you are. In the pleasant weather, al fresco dining is also available. Spasso was rated “excellent” in the Zagat’s Guide since 2002, recently being selected as one of “America’s 1000 Top Italian Restaurants.
Spasso has a beautiful lounge and banquet room that has made us a smart choice for many local businesses looking for a great alternative to the traditional “happy hour” or for private parties. From 20 to 200 people, Spasso Italian Grill can accommodate your needs better than anyone in Old City, Philadelphia. With a full bar, and the parties themselves choosing the music played, there is no nicer place to relax and enjoy yourself after a long day at work!
We serve a wide selection of craft beer, cocktails and fine wine
We offer TASTING MENUS starting at $20 per person for parties of 8+
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Bridget Foy’s restaurant has been a Philadelphia staple since 1978. Located on exciting South St., Bridget Foy’s offers great food and an all day menu 7 days a week. And don’t forget our special Sunday brunch, gluten-free and kids menus.
Give a friend or loved one a Bridget Foys’ gift card.
Looking for a place to host your birthday party, shower, rehearsal dinner, gathering or meeting? Bridget Foy’s offers two great private rooms featuring private bar, music, flat screen TV’s and custom menus. Bring your own i-pod, photo slide show, wii games, laptop or rent our karaoke machine!
Make your reservation online, or call 215-922-1813.
Directions and Parking
Bridget Foys is conveniently located near street and lot parking. Discounted parking available at the Park America Lot on the north side of Lombard Street between 2nd & 3rd—Sunday-Thursday $6, Friday and Saturday $10. Coming in for outside Center City? Check out the directions.
A feast for the senses, Panorama offers authentic trattoria-style dining in the heart of Old City. The flavors of the Northern region influence our Philadelphia Italian restaurant, featuring homemade pastas, authentic veal dishes, and fresh seafood specialties. A distinctive feature of Panorama is our unique wine bar, Il Bar, with its custom-built, 120-bottle wine dispensing unit, the current Guinness Book of World Records holder.
Enter an atmosphere of casual elegance at our Old City Philadelphia restaurant, adorned with lavish murals and traditional décor in our dining areas. In the main dining room you will find original, Tuscan-inspired murals, stained glass windows, and sophisticated décor while the romantic Il bar features a reproduced mural of Titian’s Feast of Bacchus and a dramatic wall of wine “on tap” behind the black granite bar.
The specialties prepared by Chef Rosario Romano and owner Luca Sena place Panorama among the best restaurants in Philadelphia. Menu items include Pappardelle al Sugo d’Anitra, homemade wide noodles in a slow-cooked ragout of duck, Scaloppine alla Zingara, thin veal medallions sautéed with house roasted red peppers and olives, and a variety of other homemade pastas, antipasti selections and more.
Founded in 1995 by Stephen Starr, Philadelphia-based STARR Restaurants is one of the fastest growing multi-concept restaurant companies in the country. STARR Restaurants include Buddakan, Morimoto, The Continental, Barclay Prime, Continental Mid-Town, El Vez, Jones, Alma de Cuba, Pod, Parc, Butcher and Singer, Pizzeria Stella, El Rey, Ranstead Room, The Dandelion, Talula’s Garden, Frankford Hall, Il Pittore, Route 6 and seasonal food-stand SquareBurger in Philadelphia and Morimoto and Buddakan in New York City’s thriving Meatpacking District. STARR Restaurants expanded to Atlantic City, NJ, with Buddakan and Continental restaurants at the Pier Shops at Caesars in 2006 and to Fort Lauderdale, opening Steak 954 at the W Fort Lauderdale in 2009 and most recently Makoto in the Bal Harbour Shops in Miami. Stephen STARR Events is the group’s full-service catering and special events division, managing projects including Granite Hill at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Rat’s Restaurant at Grounds For Sculpture, Caffè Storico at New-York Historical Society, and Serai at the Rubin Museum of Art.
Stephen Starr has earned numerous awards and accolades, and was named “Restaurateur of the Year” by Bon Appétit magazine in 2005 and Zagat Survey New York City in 2007. Starr also received the TimeOut New York Readers’ Choice Award for “Best New Out-of-Town Restaurateur” in 2007. **
Our Roast Pork is completely homemade. We use only top-choice pork and bone the meat right on premises. The pork is seasoned according to an old family recipe and is roasted in our commercial oven daily. Try a real homemadeJohn’s Roast Pork Award Winning Sandwiches roast pork sandwich!
John’s Roast Pork (also known as John’s Lunch, The Snyder Avenue Lunch Bar, and The Shack) has been on the corner of Weccacoe and Snyder Avenue since 1930 and has been a family business for three generations.
Zento Contemporary Sushi and Sake Bar is spinning nostalgia sexy. A tribute to the building turns of the century beginning as a whole sale tea house, which supplies most of the most of the tea in the city at the time. Prior to that lived Benjamin Franklin’s mistress for many years who built and lived in the house for most of her life. Evocative of the period, there are subtle historic references and details throughout rendered in a modern way using a mix of industrial age materials like steel and bronze with warm walnut paneling and bars, sensuous leather banquettes, and custom-fabricated lighting create a chic, sophisticated new dining experience for Old City Philadelphia.
The space reinvents refinement with a retro edge in one of the city’s coolest neighborhoods. Working within the frame work of existing wood moldings and trim, the original storefront on Chestnut Street is a controlled gesture opening up the entry and the dining area beyond to the street, and reinforcing the connection between the interior space and the energy of the contextual environment overhead, and signage limited to a recognizable logo on the doors quietly announce your arrival at some place different.
Exposed brick at the entry is a glimpse into the building past, but the dining room beyond is a warm, contemporary space. A leather banquette with low tables adjacent to the the walnut bar encourages casual dining and interaction among guests. A u-shaped, hand-made all leather banquettes at the back of the room, and tables designed to be ganged together allow for flexible layouts for larger parties, or smaller, intimate dining experiences. Above the dining, the second floor structure has been opened up to the soaring tin ceiling. 40 foot ceilings above the first floor from which a custom designed one of a kind chandelier suspended above the dining room below. To light the dining tables, cut designed wall-mounted light fixtures with adjustable arms recall history fixtures of early 20th century. The interior of Zento is all hand made and one of a kind fabrication made locally and abroad by artists.
The highlight of the dinning area is a two-story feature wall fabricated of tooled leather panels patterned after vintage wallpaper designs, and back-lit etched glass created by local designers and artists. The second level is accessible from a new door adjacent to the host stand at the restaurant entry, or via a separate entry at the storefront for private events and special chef’s tasting.
At the top of the stair, steel framed safety glass panels open into a front room designed for large parties and private events. A walnut bar with back-lit historic maps of Philadelphia, and steel framed mirror glass panels opposite the bar energize the room. A frame-less glass wall opens the room to views of the dining room below and the two-story leather and glass feature wall. Bronze metal mesh curtains allow the room to be secluded for private evens and larger dinner parties. Banquette seating and low tables encourage a relaxed, comfortable, social dining experience, and custom made glass pendant lights overhead with unique, flicking lamps are a nostalgia nod to the past.