Saloon is both one of our favorite Italian restaurants in the city - the linguine pescatore is one of their many stand-out pasta dishes - and also one of our favorite non-traditional steakhouses. Their list of steaks is up there with the far more expensive ones you’ll find at bigger steakhouses, and the floor-to-ceiling wood walls and stained glass windows make it feel kind of like you’re in the rectory of a church that happens to have a lot of extra communion wine.
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The Hungry Pigeon
Hungry Pigeon is an all-day spot in Queen Village where you’ll go for breakfast, stick around until lunch, and consider coming back for dinner.
Little Fish is a seafood-only BYOB in Queen Village where the menu changes every night.
Royal Sushi & Izakaya
Royal Sushi & Izakaya in Queen Village does the best sushi omakase in the city and has a fun bar up front.
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Mercato is an Italian BYOB in Washington Square West that has a ton of outdoor seating in the summer.
Murph’s is an Irish pub in Fishtown that also happens to make some of our favorite Italian food in the city.
Tre Scalini is a small Italian BYOB on East Passyunk with a bunch of sidewalk seating when it’s nice out.
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Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House
When you want to eat a steak inside of a bank vault, go to Del Frisco’s.
The Center City location of Davio’s is the original one, and it’s a mix between a fancy Italian restaurant and a kitschy steakhouse.
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