Philadelphia Dining -

  Abbraccio, 802 S. 47th St, (on trolley 34), 215 727-8247 - M-F noon-1:30PM, 5PM-9PM, Sa 5PM-9PM, Su 4PM-9PM. Italian food. $25-30 (entrees $10-15).
  Alma de Cuba, 1623 Walnut St, 215 988-1799 - M-Th 5PM-11PM, F-Sa 5PM-midnight, Su 5PM-10PM. $50 (entrees $25; happy hour M-F 5PM-7PM).
  Buddakan, 325 Chestnut St, (at 4th), 215 574-9440, fax 215 574-8994, M-Th 11:30AM-2PM, 5PM-11PM. F 11:30AM-2PM, 5PM-midnight, Sa 5PM-midnight, Su 5PM-11PM. $50 (entrees at $25).
  Cafe Spice, 35 S 2nd St, 215 627-6273
  Capogiro, 13th and Spruce; 20th and Sansom. Artisanal gelato that reflects seasonal and local ingredients. Sample flavors: La Colombe cappuccino, Campari and grapefruit, muscat grape, hot pepper.
  Continental, 138 Market St, 215 923-6069.
  Dahlak, 47th and Baltimore Ave. Economical Ethiopian/Eritrean fare, one of the original and best east African restaurants in the neighborhood. Lovely traditional decor.
  Geno's Steaks, 9th & Passyunk in South Philadelphia. Along with Pat's, home of one of the world's most famous cheesesteaks. $9 for a cheesesteak, fries, and a soda.
  Jim's Steaks, 400 South St. Not as world-renowned as Pat's and Geno's, but considered better by more than a few.
  Le Bec Fin. 1523 Walnut St - 5-star French restaurant. A fine dining experience to rival anything New York has to offer.
  Lemongrass. 3626-30 Lancaster Ave, 215 222-8042.
  Los Catrines & Tequilas Restaurant. 1602 Locust St, 215 546-0181
  Mama Palma's, NE corner of 23rd and Spruce, 215 735-7357. M 4pm-10pm; Tue-Thu 11am-10pm; F-Sat 11am-11pm; Sun 2pm-10pm. A cozy neighborhood gourmet pizzeria. This casual restaurant serves delicious pizza concoctions from the wood-fired brick oven.
  Marigold Kitchen, 501 S 45th St in University City, 215 222-3699
  Minar Palace, 16th and Sansom. Lovely, cheap hole-in-the-wall of an Indian take-out restaurant, though it also has plenty of tables for the space.
  Morimoto, 723 Chestnut St, 215 413-9070 - Reservations are strongly recommended; dress is upscale casual, jackets are not required.
  Pat's King of Steaks, where 9th Street crosses Wharton & Passyunk Ave. Est. 1930, owner claims to have invented the cheesesteak.
  Ralph's, 760 S. Ninth St, 215 627-6011 - Frequently voted "Best Italian" in Philadelphia, Ralphs has been owned and operated by the same family since 1900.
  The Jamaican Jerk Hut, 1436 South St., 215 545-8644.
  Vietnam Restaurant, 221 N. 11th St., 215 592-1163.
  White Dog Cafe, 3420 Sansom St., 215 386-9224 - M-Th 5:30PM-10PM F-Sa 5:30PM-11PM, Su 5PM-10PM. An elegant restaurant that is bound to the local community. They use products from local farmers, and serve beers from local breweries. The food is mostly American/Continental style, with pub grub served at the bar. $15-25.
  Zocalo, 36th and Lancaster in University City, 215 895-0139 - Upscale Mexican dining.

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