Bloc PartyBar • South Korea
Crispy fried spinach is a must.
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Modernist Iron Chef wizardry may dazzle the tourists, but it's the straight-up sushi and sashimi that really steals the show. Scallop, amberjack and fresh water eel are the must-haves.
One of the best tap lists around, plus great food. Get the Shepherd's Pie Pasty and wash it down with a Mayflower IPA.
The Shakshouka - poached eggs and lamb sausage in a tomato and pepper stew with thick, toasty bread- is maybe the most underrated brunch option in Philly. No meal here is complete without Baklava.
Kitchen doesn't open for brunch until 10:30, but don't sleep on the pastries; raspberry danish for the win!
Purple Moose and BBQ pork belly ribs = post-beach bliss.
The oreo ice cream features a perfect ratio of oreos to ice cream.
Grab a Croque Madame and a cold Saigon from La Plage and just chill.
It's all about the salmon. Incredibly tender, fatty and delicious.
Can't go wrong with a plate of chorizo. Salty, crispy, juicy and delicious. Perfect with a bottle of Rosat cava.
Trash talking ECP will earn you some major cred with the VPS staff.
Get here as close to when they open (11am) as possible, or brace yourself for a queue half a block long.
The deli here has THE BEST honey mustard ever. Thick, sweet and spicy. Indescribably delicious.