Nomad Pizza Company

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611 S 7th St, Philadelphia, PA 19147, United States

What do we love more than our pizza? This very excellent, and dare we say, poetic, quote from Philly’s toughest culinary critic and most elusive diner. Now, just for fun, do you agree or disagree? Read the full review here.

“…as far as I’m concerned, they are all chasing Nomad Pizza, whose most elemental pizzas, the Margherita and Marinara, are as close to perfection as I’ve tasted this side of Napoli. It begins with the dough, which is left to ferment for several days before cooking, and develops a complex malty sweetness. In the oven, it takes on an elegant constellation of char-spots, and an irresistibly savory, luxurious chew that dusts my lips with flour when my teeth sink deep into its crackly crust. It has a profoundly roasted flavor that lingers for hours after the meal is over. But Nomad’s toppings are not to be overlooked, either, including an uncooked sauce that’s not too sweet, too tart, or too salty, but a sunbeam of vivid tomato that brightens all the other ingredients — the milky sweetness of buffalo mozzarella with the Margherita, the dusky herbaceousness of oregano, whole basil leaves and zesty garlic with the Marinara, or the piquance of salami kissed with a golden drizzle of local honey on the Spicy Sopressata…”

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636 South St Philadelphia PA 0.02 mi
(215) 627-9000(215) 627-9000

La Fourno has the ambience of a neighborhood Trattoria. We serve authentically prepared dishes from Abruzzo, Umbria & Tuscany all made with the freshest ingredients purchased daily from the local Italian market. Our breads, calzones, pannini’s and pizzas are baked in a wood burning brick oven.

The private, candlelit second floor features a more formal atmosphere with linens, a working fireplace & spacious comfortable bar. The restaurant attracts a range of clients – from well-heeled residents of Society Hill and young professionals from nearby Queen Village to the areas’s business community and out-of-towners, all of whom rub elbows with the more outrageously attired denizons strolling “the hippest street in town.” The staff is friendly and professional and always willing to serve a smile with your meal.

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718 South St Philadelphia PA 0.05 mi
(267) 909-8814(267) 909-8814

Wursthaus Schmitz, an extension of the venerable South Street beer hall and restaurant Brauhaus Schmitz, is a German delikatessen and sausage sandwich stall at the Reading Terminal Market. Like its South Street flagship, Brauhaus Schmitz, the stand serves Chef Jeremy Nolen’s regionally inspired traditional and modern German food. Part delikatessen and part sandwich shop, Wursthaus Schmitz fetaures the best of Germany’s imports including mus- tards, vinegars, chocolates, rye bread, and sauces as well as a full spread of hot sausage and schnit- zel sandwiches, platters, cold sandwiches, and fresh cut French fries. In addition to the hot offerings, Wursthaus sells house made bratwurst, bauernwurst, Hungarian bratwurst, and tradi- tional German side dishes such as potato salad, sauerkraut, cucumber salad, and red cabbage.

724 South St Philadelphia PA 19147 0.06 mi
(215) 560-6900(215) 560-6900

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.

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624 S 6th St Philadelphia PA 0.08 mi
(215) 592-0656(215) 592-0656

To bring the time-honored art of French crêpe making to Philadelphia, owners Jim Caiola and David Salama have designed and created one of the city’s most beautiful bistros. Caiola and Salama imported flat, round, cast-iron crêpe griddles from Brittany to perfectly prepare the light, flavorful crêpes. Customary crêpe cooking utensils are also used. Onlookers may watch the cooking process through large picture windows facing Bainbridge Street.

At Beau Monde, Caiola and Salama bring the crêperie to a new level of distinction. They have researched this project in other American cities, including New York and San Francisco, where crêperies are tremendously successful. In Chicago, Caiola’s aunt and uncle have been operating a crêperie since 1972.

Both are accomplished artists. Caiola is well known as an independent filmmaker, and has also worked on television shows for the Discovery Channel and PBS. He has a degree in Hotel/Restaurant Management from the reputable Johnson and Wales University in Rhode Island. Salama, a native Bolivian who speaks five languages, has lived and traveled extensively throughout Europe and South America. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Design from Tyler School of the Arts. As a fine painter, Salama was commissioned by famous city planner Edmund Bacon to paint the compass over City Hall’s courtyard.

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623 S 6th St Philadelphia PA 0.09 mi
(215) 925-8000(215) 925-8000

Bistrot La Minette is an authentic French bistro in the heart of Philadelphia. Our singular goal is that our service, cuisine and ambiance, will transport a guest to a great bistro table in France. The menu is prepared entirely from scratch, and changes with the season, availability of the finest ingredients, and the inspiration of the chef. Our service is refined, informative and unobtrusive. Come enjoy an evening at the Bistrot with your favorite companions and our superb food and wine.

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4.00 (1 review)
509 South St Philadelphia PA 0.14 mi
(215) 925-3026(215) 925-3026

My name is Tom Vasiliades. I am the proud owner of South Street Souvlaki. For nearly 38 years my dedicated staff and I have been serving the finest, award-winning Greek & Mediterranean fare at my restaurant on Philadelphia’s historic South Street.
I stand committed to quality.
Fresh food prepared daily with that old-country-know-how offers our loyal patrons world class meals.
My staff & I always keep on top of our game.
Our work ethic always provides you a predictably memorable experience.
One thing we particularly take pride in is our cleanliness. Besides our routine cleaning, we do an intensive cleaning and powerwashing of all our equipment every Monday.
Our charcoal grill, gyro-rotisseries and food service areas are right up front…for all to see!

4.00 (1 review)
926 South St Philadelphia PA 0.22 mi
(215) 592-8180(215) 592-8180

Supper serves seasonal farm-direct American cuisine. We truly cook what we like to eat. Approachable, bold, fresh flavors with a slight twist. We take great satisfaction in presenting the foods you love to eat in a new light.

We serve Dinner 7 nights a week and Brunch Saturday & Sunday. We also present special menus for a wide assortment of holidays, so be sure to check our line-up of menus regularly for special occasions, as well unique events like Restaurant Week.

517 S Leithgow St Philadelphia PA 0.22 mi
(215) 925-5929(215) 925-5929

Welcome to Marrakesh, Philadelphia’s award winning beacon of fine Moroccan cuisine. The exotic aromas and delectable flavors of our entrees have won the hearts and pallets of more than just our local guests. We’re proud to have also recently gained rave reviews from Google, Yahoo, Igougo and Travelocity- all in agreement that Marrakesh is one of Philadelphia’s best Moroccan themed restaurants.

With over 30 years of experience, Marrakesh exists as a labor of love; both family owned and operated. Still in its original location since opening (South Street, between 4th & 5TH), Marrakesh welcomes everyone to their beautiful North African Oasis within the city of brotherly love.

Rug covered banquets, vibrantly colored pillows, incense scented rooms and dimly lit ambience help to set the stage for an authentic feast with all mystical allure and spirit of Morocco. Choose from such authentic favorites as lamb with chick peas and onions; layered chicken pie, spicy chicken in cumin sauce, beef shish kebab, Moroccan pastries and more.

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734 S 9th St Philadelphia PA 0.22 mi
(215) 922-1717(215) 922-1717

We are Sarcone’s Deli, One of the best places to get good quality food.

If you already know about us, or like our food – Like our page and share it with your friends :-).

If you have any questions or concerns, Private Messaging is enabled. PM our page and we’ll get back to you.

801 E Passyunk Ave Philadelphia PA 0.23 mi
(215) 923-7675(215) 923-7675
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700 S 4th St Philadelphia PA 0.24 mi
(215) 922-3274(215) 922-3274
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400 South St Philadelphia PA 0.24 mi
(215) 928-1911(215) 928-1911

In the summer of 1976, my father and a business partner opened Jim’s Steaks South St., bringing a unique art-deco storefront and an even more distinctive cheesesteak to a neighborhood in the midst of a renaissance. Few would have predicted that over the course of nearly four decades the shop would become one of the most celebrated restaurants in Philadelphia.

You’ll find us on what’s known as the “Hippest Street in Town,” serving up the finest cheesesteaks and hoagies from the heart of the city that made them famous. Five-time winner of Philadelphia Magazine’s “Best of Philly” award and Zagat rated, Jim’s is your ‘must-have’ cheesesteak when only the BEST will do. With well over 200 years of cheesesteak-making knowhow, our staff will make you glad you stopped in each and every time you visit.

Whether you’re a Philly native or a conventioneer, touring the city’s incredible history and museums or just passing through, you’ll know you’re getting the real Philly cheesesteak experience when you walk through our door. Ask anyone who has tasted our sandwiches!

We can’t wait to show you how it’s done.

326 S 5th St Philadelphia PA 19106 0.25 mi
(215) 560-7064(215) 560-7064

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.

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337 South St Philadelphia PA 0.27 mi
(215) 923-4337(215) 923-4337

Since 1979, Ishkabibble’s has been serving the best cheesesteaks and chicken cheesesteaks to locals and tourists alike. Located in a historic building on South Street, the name is rich in history itself. Pronounced ‘Ish’ as in ‘wish’ and ‘bib’ as in something you might wear while eating a cheesesteak, there are several meanings including a Yiddish expression meaning something like “Do I look like I care?” Ishkabibble is also the title of s 1913 song and the nickname of big band trumpeter, Merwyn Bogue, who sang the song along with other novelty tunes with the Kay Kayser big band during the 1930s and 40s. Ishkabibble’s is the home of the original chicken cheesesteak and has long been regarded as a local favorite because of made-to-order cheesesteaks, the half-lemonade/half-grape juice drink called the ‘Gremlin,’ and freshly made Spanish fries. Come to Ishkabibble’s for real food and eat where the locals eat.

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735 S 10th St Philadelphia PA 0.28 mi
(215) 413-3999(215) 413-3999

Started in November of 1997 when Samantha opened the doors to a different kind of diner. The Morning Glory Diner opened in the heart of Bella Vista, before there ever was a ‘brunch scene’. Sam wanted a place with great nomads grub that was made with lots of love. That is still the difference between us and all the rest! Everything we serve is mindfully made from scratch with the freshest of ingredients.

We’ve made made a ton of friends along the way and lost a dear few. So whether you’ve been a regular for the past 16 years or you’re someone who’s looking to try us out, we would like to THANK YOU for supporting a truly local Philly business.

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5.00 (1 review)
305 South St Philadelphia PA 0.31 mi
(215) 800-1942(215) 800-1942

The Daily Meal has put out a list of the 101 best pizzas in America. Of course, a few Philadelphia restaurants made the cut!
At number 91, Lorenzo and Sons, located on South Street. They are famous for their cheese pies. They have no frills, but a lot of flavor. Customers seem to agree. On Google Reviews and Yelp, many compliment the low price and the slice size.

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910 Christian St Philadelphia PA 0.32 mi
(215) 574-1599(215) 574-1599

To view our weekly Brunch and Dinner specials, check out
3 Locations in Philadelphia. Open for Breakfast, Brunch and Dinner! BYOB

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5.00 (1 review)
937 E Passyunk Ave Philadelphia PA 0.33 mi
(215) 389-6694(215) 389-6694
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936 S 9th St Philadelphia PA 0.36 mi
(215) 592-1295(215) 592-1295
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1009 Christian St Philadelphia PA 0.36 mi
(215) 923-3092(215) 923-3092

Established in 1904 Isgro Pastries is right off of the Italian Market in Philadelphia. Known for our award winning Cannoli, we still use the same recipes and sell the same product after all those years.

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