7 "Italian Market" Restaurants in Philadelphia.
Blue Corn is a Mexican spot in the Italian Market with solid margaritas and some really great tacos.
Bibou is a French, tasting menu-only BYOB in South Philly that’s expensive but good for an important date night.
Santucci’s has been around since the ’50s making thin square pies with the perfect amount of sweet tomato sauce.
Ralph's is the oldest Italian restaurant in the city, and while there are usually a lot of tourists, the pasta is worth the trip.
Sarcone’s in the Italian Market is where all the good cheesesteak places get their rolls, but they also have good pizza and desserts.
Koukouzeli is a Greek spot in the Italian Market that’s good for a take-out gyro or casual lunch during the week.