IndeblueIndian • Philadelphia, United States
Live sitar and tabla music on Tuesdays.
You'll feel grounded, thanks to Earth-toned Ayurveda Essence safecoat paints and vastu surroundings. Hanging out? Wifi password is localhoney.
Don't waste your time or cash. It's an illegitimate sister of Woody's -- and they don't acknowledge it for a reason.
Starbucks Reserve stash + only Clover machine in Center City. Not to mention, the nicest Sbux in the hood to settle in with your latop for the afternoon.
Straight out of an episode of Portlandia.
For something on the lighter side, try the egg white sandwich -- made w/ lite Swiss, spinach, truffle mushrooms and turkey bacon.
If they have them on special, you have to try the Puerto Rican pastels. I opted for roast pork but go for the fried pork if you can spare the calories.
$10 minimum for credit cards. But you'll find something to push you over!
100 percent vegetarian -- although don't let that change your mind. they work miracles w/ a falafel burger. they the chili cheese one, especially if Lucy is working. it's her specialty!
Effie does the best eyebrows in the city. It took us a few months to find her after Ettore closed and it wasn't pretty. (In other words, I can tell you who to avoid too!)
The staff are some of the nicest in the city but this location is an unmitigated disaster. They hadn't made my order right once in weeks. Try 15th and Market or 19th and Chestnut instead.
Great for a "spot of tea" ($2) or fish & chips made w/ market-fresh flaky white fish. Available in three sizes: king, queen and jack (15oz, 12 and 9, respectively).
Meh. If you want square pizza, venture just a little farther south and go to Stogie Joes (Moore and Passyunk).
Retro coffee shop -- complete with Blanche Devereux wallpaper in the back room. Golden Girls fans will know what I'm talking' about.
Worst Wendy's in center city. Bad service, long lines and even longer waits. Avoid 3pm weekdays if you can -- the technology high school down the street lets out and it's a madhouse in here!
When President Bush (the bad one) ate here in 2004, he had the chicken quesadilla. I recommend the bean dip to start.
Amazing bagels. And they damn well should be when a breakfast sandwich runs $9.
"For your convenience," an 18 percent gratuity is added to EVERY check.
Pure Fare believes you are what you eat, so everything is healthy and all-natural. Great place for fresh-squeezed OJ and an always changing array of nibbly bits for breakfast. The frittatas are yummy!