Parc, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

6 Mentions on Trippy

227 S 18th St

Philadelphia, PA 19103

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(215) 545-2262

  • 2 mentions in What is your favorite restaurant in Philadelphia?

    • Julia C.

      Julia C. said, "...City of Philadelphia definitely has some fantastic food options, some of the best in my opinion. Here's a few:Jim's Steaks(best cheesesteaks) Parc (more upscale, French)La Colombe Coffee Roasters (coffee + bakery)Sabrina's Cafe (breakfast and lunch)Good Day Deli(breakfast spot)Green Eggs Café (breakfast..." See More

    • Brian Y.

      Brian Y. said, "...The Dandelion and South Philadelphia Tap Room- for beers and elevated pub food Parc Vernick Food & Drink and Serpico- progressive American splurges Osteria - for some of the best Italian on the east coast Abe Fisher and Zahav- Israeli Kanella..." See More

  • 1 mention in What are the most popular neighborhoods in Philly?

    • Brian Y.

      Brian Y. said, "...filter by trendy, luxury, etc. Rittenhouse Square is great for happy hour, food, and early evening, some of the highlights are Parc, Rouge, Tria Cafe Rittenhouse,The Dandelion. From there you can crawl along Sansom St, cross Broad, and hit the..." See More

  • 1 mention in Philadelphia visit- need hotel, transportation, and dining advice

    • Brian Y.

      Brian Y. said, "...from the outside. 3. Rittenhouse Square. Beautiful part of the city buzzing with people and tons of amazing food. The Dandelion, Parc,, Joe Coffee and shopping all over. 4. Independence National Historical Park for the history. Sneak up to..." See More

  • 1 mention in Visiting Philadelphia for NCAA Weekend

    • Brian Y.

      Brian Y. said, "...The hottest new restaurant right now is Double Knot but just be aware they are still working out the opening kinks. Parc French bistro is consistently great and has the best people watching scene which is even better if the weather..." See More

  • 1 mention in Cool Bars in Downtown Philly?

    • Brian Y.

      Brian Y. said, "...Del Frisco's Steakhouse has a beautiful interior that used to be a bank. Parc is classy french bistro with the best people watching and outdoor space. Rouge next door makes excellent drinks (gigantic dirty martinis are my favorite). Tria Cafe Rittenhouse..." See More