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As you can expect -- with a name like <a title="Fish" href="http://www.cityeats.com/philly/restaurants/fish-restaurant-philly?reservation_time=20%3A00" target="_blank"><em> <b>Fish </b></em></a> -- this is the place for a seafood lover. The restaurant’s extensive raw bar includes oysters, king crab, salmon belly and caviar, and there are plenty of delicious fish dishes on the menu. Try the fried brandade and cod with serrano ham. Fish has more sophistication than your average seafood restaurant with swanky décor and creative cocktails.
<a title="Brick" href="http://www.cityeats.com/philly/restaurants/brick-american-eatery-philly" target="_blank"><em> <b>Brick </b></em></a> is a comfortable neighborhood restaurant in Rittenhouse Square that won’t break the bank. And comfort food is where it shines: fried shrimp, crab cakes and macaroni and cheese are all menu favorites.
<a title="Xochitl" href="http://www.cityeats.com/philly/restaurants/xochitl-philly" target="_blank"><em> <b>Xochitl </b></em></a>, a coxy Mexican restaurant in Society Hill, is known for its custom-order guacamole (mix-ins include black truffle and roasted garlic), ahi tuna ceviche, tequila flights and mushroom tamales.
<a title="Matyson" href="http://www.cityeats.com/philly/restaurants/matyson-restaurant-philly" target="_blank"><em> <b>Matyson</b></em></a>, a popular BYOB restaurant in Philly, focuses on hyper-seasonal new American cuisine, using local produce and livestock whenever possible. Monday-Thursday, Matyson offers a 5-course tasting menu with themes ranging from lobster to vanilla.
Another neighborhood BYOB restaurant in Philly is <a title="Ulivo href="http://www.cityeats.com/philly/restaurants?utf8=%E2%9C%93&search_term=ulivo" target="_blank"><em> <b>Ulivo</b></em></a>, a rustic Italian-Mediterrean restaurant featuring handmade pasta and an ever-changing seasonal menu.
<a title="La Famiglia" href="http://www.cityeats.com/philly/restaurants/la-famiglia-philly" target="_blank"><em> <b>La Famiglia</b></em></a>, a classic Italian spot in Old City, stands out with its formal dining, wine cave and rich dishes. Try the signature rack of lamb and decadent rum-rich mascarpone tart.
Rittenhouse House Square’s <a title="C19" href="http://www.cityeats.com/philly/restaurants/c19-cichetteria-venezia-philly" target="_blank"><em> <b>C19 </b></em></a> serves local authentic Venetian fare in a casual but sophisticated setting. Small plates allow for long leisurely meals and opportunities to make your way through the extensive cocktail and wine list.
<a title="Rex 1516" href="http://www.cityeats.com/philly/restaurants/rex-1516-philly" target="_blank"><em> <b>Rex 1516</b></em></a> is full of Southern charm -- from its simple soul-food-inspired cuisine to the faded, Southern-mansion decor. Don't leave without trying the signature crawfish pot pie and wash it down with a mint julep or lime rickey.
History buffs will love dining at <a title="Bistro Romano" href="http://www.cityeats.com/philly/restaurants/bistro-romano-philly" target="_blank"><em> <b>Bistro Romano</b></em></a>, a property built in the early 1700s that served as an endpoint on the Underground Railroad. A private wine cellar that was formerly an underground tunnel can be reserved for a special evening.
Philly may be known as a laid-back town, but <a title="The Prime Rib" href="http://www.cityeats.com/philly/restaurants/the-prime-rib-philly" target="_blank"><em> <b>The Prime Rib</b></em></a> brings an air of formality that stands out among even the finest restaurants in the city. This is the place for a special celebration -- with a pianist playing during the week and a full band on the weekends. And don’t even think about not ordering the signature dish: prime rib, of course.