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A Destination Whether you're joining us for dinner or a quick lunchtime beer, we're the destination to be. With the best selection of craft beer in Bucks County and one of a kind dishes prepared by our chef Bobby, MOMs will never be the wrong choice. MOMs brings out the best in night life as well. With live bands every weekend and special events all week, there's no other place to be.
37 N Main St
Co-Owner - Ellen Yin Since opening Fork in 1997, Ellen and partner Roberto Sella have received credit for kindling the rebirth of Old City, one of Philadelphia’s most vibrant dining and nightlife scenes. Chef - Eli Kulp Since his arrival in Fall 2012, Eli Kulp has received critical acclaim from local food critics as well as being selected one of Food & Wine 2014 Best New Chefs, Star Chefs 2013 Rising Star, Philadelphia Inquirer Chef of the Year.
306 Market Street
We are a refined Creole Kitchen & Lounge located in a 125 year old stone church right in the center of New Hope, Pennsylvania. The main dining room features 40-foot ceilings, an impressive 30-foot mural, antique furnishings and stained glass windows. The lunch and dinner menus are highlighted with the finest cuts of meat in the area, fish delivered fresh daily and a premier raw bar.
15 S. Main Street
Since the early 19th Century, the area was considered a vital area of Philadelphia. In the heart of the district, Ben Franklin conducted his innovative experiment, flying his kite at 12th & Chestnut and changing the course of American History. The very first free Public Library was here, and at one time the US Mint sat center stage in Midtown Village. John Wanamaker, the pioneering “King of Merchants”, revolutionized retailing when he built his massive department store at 13th & Chestnut.
13th Street & Sansom St
Known for award-winning contemporary American Cuisine and friendly service with three neighborhood locations in Philadelphia and the Main Line. Since 1983, White Dog Cafe has provided local, seasonal food that is sustainably raised to our surrounding neighborhoods and communities. Open daily for Lunch, Dinner and weekend Brunch.
3420 Sansom St
Chef Marcie Blaine Turney grew up in Ripon, Wisconsin. Her grandparents Blaine (better know as "Bud") and Marilyn owned a restaurant in her hometown called The Spot. She grew up in the restaurant business sipping Shirley Temples at the bar. Bud & Marilyn's is an homage to the restaurant she grew up in. After more than 20 years in the business she wanted to open a restaurant with a simple focus - great food + drink with genuine hospitality in the neighborhood she calls home.
1234 Locust St
In May of 2013, Aimee Olexy opened Talula’s Daily in Philadelphia in the art deco-inspired Ayer Condominium building, where Talula’s Garden is also housed. Talula’s Daily borrows queues from Aimee’s market-by-day, Talula’s Table: the space features an open kitchen, coffee bar, grab-and-go as well as prepared food options, while also highlighting local/regional products and provisions.
210 W Washington Sq