Fine Dining in Philadelphia

When it comes to fine dining in Philadelphia you have plenty of tasty options to choose from. No matter what type of cuisine you are after it is safe to say that you will find a great restaurant in the City of Brotherly Love. Although many people don’t think of Philadelphia for its fine dining, but instead its cheese steaks, it does not mean that these restaurants don’t exist. A simple search will turn up plenty of fine dining restaurants that are not only popular in Philadelphia, but also well known all over the United States.

The following Philadelphia restaurants epitomize fine dining. If you are in the area and in need of a good meal within a great atmosphere you will want to check out these restaurants:

The Fountain Restaurant

Located in the Four Seasons Hotel at 1 Logan Square the Fountain Restaurant offers a great atmosphere in addition to rich food. The first thing you should know about this establishment is that it caters to upscale diners. If you are not in the mood for fine dining you will want to stay away from this restaurant. From the moment you walk into the Fountain Restaurant it is easy to see that this is a fine dining establishment. Not only does the wait staff treat you like a king but you will notice from the décor that it offers nothing but the best.

A large menu featuring everything from German to French cuisine makes it easy for every guest to find something that suits their taste buds. To go along with this, the Fountain Restaurant offers one of the most extensive wine lists in the city.

Despite high prices you will surely have a great time if you decide to visit the Fountain Restaurant for your next night out on the town.

restaurantLacroix

Lacroix at the Rittenhouse Hotel offers great foods, a breathtaking atmosphere, and much more. Chef Matthew Levin is one of the best in the city, and this shows through in every bit of food on the menu. Speaking of the menu, diners can select from three, four or five dishes that are then divided into a high class four course meal. Of course, it is up to the diner to decide the order in which their food is served. Some of the more popular choices include lamb, tuna steak, and beef tenderloin.

Location is always important when it comes to an upscale restaurant, and Lacroix does not disappoint. With a table by the window you will able to look down on the Square from high in the sky. When you combine great views with top of the line food it is easy to see why Lacroix at the Rittenhouse Hotel has won so many awards over the years.

The above restaurants are three of the best in Philadelphia if you are interested in a fine dining experience.

Brasserie Perrier

Since opening in 1997, this restaurant by Chef Georges Perrier has been one of the best in the area. If you are interested in French cuisine this establishment is sure to suit your taste buds. And while the food is good and the wait staff every bit as impressive, it is important to note that the Brasserie Perrier offers a more laid back atmosphere as well as affordable prices.

In addition to the dining area, the restaurant also features a 65 seat bar that is perfect for get-togethers or a quick drink. No matter if you are interested in good food or meeting up with friends for a drink, stop by Brasserie Perrier at 1619 Walnut Street. You are sure to have the time of your life.


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