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Noble American Cookery

Noble American Cookery

(Now Closed)
American Restaurant · Center City West
2025 Sansom St (Between 20th & 21st), Philadelphia, PA 19103, United States
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    Noble American Cookery
    "... $3 beers, $6 wine & cocktails.Sunday $38 Four Course Tasting & BYOB with..."(3 Tips)
    Julia M.
    "Amazing brunch menu and for a very good price"(3 Tips)

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Happy Hour Tuesday-Friday, 5:00-7:00: $3 beers, $6 wine & cocktails. Sunday $38 Four Course Tasting & BYOB with no corkage! Plus bar menu & drink specials!

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  • cocktails
  • BYOB
  • gnocchi
  • happy hour
  • burgers
  • brunch food
  • french fries
  • wine
  • buns
  • bacon
  • soup
  • beer
  • chickpeas
  • beets
  • cheddar cheese
  • dinner
  • Erin L.

    This place is closed.

    Erin L. · October 15, 2011
  • Rob

    Sadly it looks like noble is now closed (no longer in business)

    Rob · August 24, 2011
  • Ben H.

    Don't expect much from the wait staff. Seriously, I'm pretty sure that last time I went that my waiter was high. Food is quality though. Don't let 'em pressure you into multiple coarses.

    Ben Hennesy · August 23, 2011
  • Teresa W.

    I found the food here to be a little overpriced and underwhelming.

    Teresa W · July 5, 2011
  • Kat L.

    Was here last night love the nature decor and you must try the gnocchi!!

    Kat L · June 30, 2011
  • Devon S.

    The CHILLED GREEN SORREL SOUP is not to be missed.

    Devon Steven · June 28, 2011
  • David C.

    Sriacha in the bloody mary...smooth!

    David Caldwell · April 16, 2011
  • Julia M.

    Amazing brunch menu and for a very good price

    Julia Miller · February 20, 2011
  • Visit Philly

    Even though it’s only listed on the brunch menu, you can can always order the Noble burger, complete with a house-ground meat, a house-made bun, beets, local Lancaster cheddar and the choice of bacon Read more

    Visit Philly · February 4, 2011
  • melissa p.

    Get the chickpea fries

    melissa page · December 5, 2010
  • Rich C.

    Great brunch and bloody Mary to boot. A little bit pricey, but not overly--and certainly worth it.

    Rich Cardona · September 19, 2010
  • Suzette

    Everything is really divine, but of all, the chilled white asparragus soup is totally fantastic, especially on a hot warm evening. Yum.

    Suzette · August 8, 2010
  • Amanda C.

    Ask for Christian, he'll take goooood care of ya.

    Amanda Collett · February 15, 2010
  • Lisa A.

    Great restaurant, but crazy small portion sizes during Restaurant Week. And I don't even have a huge appetite!

    Lisa Allen · January 28, 2010
  • Valerie B.

    Get the Nongahela Pinch

    Valerie Blassey · January 16, 2010

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