Parc Brasserie

Parc Brasserie

French Restaurant$$$$
Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia
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  • Alana L.
    Alana LewisNovember 3
    I had brunch on a cool fall Sunday morning. The buttermilk pancakes were very fluffy. I had the steak and egg's, loved that they didn't skimp on the egg's. Shallots and herb butter on steak 🙌🏾🙌🏾
  • Kandis K.
    Kandis KovalskySeptember 12, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    Prime Rittenhouse location with a view of the park! Great brunch/lunch. Try the chicken club or one of the omelets. One of the best bloody Mary's in town. Great for people watching!
  • Reinhold Residential
    Reinhold ResidentialSeptember 27, 2012
    Journey to this Parisian-inspired brasserie right on Rittenhouse Square! Its traditional French bistro classics, like French onion soup and escargots, are delightful along with an expansive wine list.
  • Kim P.
    Kim Pine3 weeks ago
    Jeremy is the most amazing waiter! So happy and helpful and ready to offer any help needed with the menu! The mussels and veal are amazing, not to mention the breads! Awesome!
  • Alan S.
    Alan SturrockJanuary 14, 2015
    Last weekend, the food, wine, service, ambience all combined to make an elegant dining experience. In particular, the attention of Kelly our Server, and Andrea the Manager were quite exemplary:-))
  • Shannon D.
    Shannon DuffyJanuary 15, 2013
    For breakfast, avoid the Eggs Basquaise. Polenta and eggs with spicy saucisson sounded simply scrumptious, but the polenta was surprisingly soupy. Next time I'll return to my favorite: quiche lorraine
  • Jennifer D.
    Jennifer DiMariaOctober 1, 2012
    Love going here for brunch on my trips to Philly. Been here multiple times and never leave dissatisfied! I always get a cappuccino and yogurt parfait - fresh and yummy!
  • Foodie & The Beast
    Foodie & The BeastJuly 28, 2015
    Try the crab galette, pommes puree, warm shrimp salad and the onion gratin. The whole menu is good. The view is incredible and the staff is well trained.
  • Foodie & The Beast
    Foodie & The BeastJuly 28, 2015
    Best pommes puree ever! Great menu and great staff. U will b pampered. Try to sit outside on a nice day.
  • Chris C.
    Chris ChouSeptember 13, 2013
    Bread basket looks too healthy to be good but try the cranberries and walnuts one. Country chicken club comes between two buttery pieces of toast. Risk leaving here feeling like a beached whale.
  • Jeff B.
    Jeff B.June 21, 2013
    Today, this place is perfect. A light. Delicious lunch with an old friend and a carafe of merlot on a perfect sunny first day of summer. I look around and pretend I am in France.
  • Bre B.
    Bre BonnerAugust 4
    Take a trip to Parc on a Wednesday so you can try the Lobster Risotto. Fantastic! Save some room for dessert and try the Apple Tarte.
  • Kenneth Cole Productions
    Kenneth Cole ProductionsSeptember 5, 2012
    When the weather is nice, grab an outside seat overlooking Rittenhouse Square. The Romarin and Basilic cocktails are must-haves, as are the pommes frites.
  • Philadelphia Magazine
    Philadelphia MagazineJanuary 14, 2013
    Dress fashionably. The French hostess with the severe black bangs notices diners with a bit of European flair—and seats them at prime tables by the windows.
  • Rachel S.
    The food is very good, though not very creative. And go for the outdoor seating if you can. The inside is very pretty, feels kind of lifeless. It's always more fun to watch the park instead.
  • Angelica D.
    Angelica DongalloOctober 28, 2014
    This, along with the other restaurants on the street, has a great view of Rittenhouse Square, especially from the patio filled with tables for two.
  • Kelly B.
    Kelly By.May 18, 2015
    Try to make a reservation on weekends other wise, you might have to settle for a 1 hour wait. Al fresco dining and indoor dining have their own waiting list, put your name down for both!
  • Visit Philly
    Visit PhillySeptember 14, 2010
    Been here 5+ times
    Outstanding entrées include boeuf bourguignon with fresh buttered pasta and steak frites with peppercorn sauce. Fridays: try the seafood-rich bouillabaisse. Sundays: go for the coq au vin.
  • Andrea P.
    Andrea PFebruary 23, 2014
    Been here 10+ times
    The egg white omelette feels like eating a heavenly cloud, don't forget the rich butter in the bread basket, top it off with a Bellini!
  • Hilary S.
    Hilary SedgwickDecember 11, 2015
    Been here 10+ times
    Looking for the best baguette in the city? You can get them here for $3. Just ask for one at the host stand. Baked fresh daily.
  • amoolia
    amooliaDecember 2, 2011
    Macaroni au gratin is gruyere decadence. You must have the warm shrimp salad for lunch with a side of pomme frites and don't you dare ask for ketchup.
  • Cassie P.
    Cassie PApril 4, 2014
    Had an amazing brunch here! Great view of Rittenhouse Square Park! The service here is great. Don't forget to make a reservation!!
  • Karin R.
    Karin RAugust 22, 2012
    Been here 10+ times
    Try the Polenta and Eggs Basquaise - Creamy polenta with tiny bits of salt, spicy sausage and tomatoes capped off with perfectly poached eggs.
  • Bullfrog & Baum
    Bullfrog & BaumJanuary 24, 2011
    This chic brasserie serving traditional bistro fare has the freshest baguettes since they make it in-house. You cannot go wrong ordering their Artisanal cured meats or Steak Frittes.
  • Kelly G.
    Cute French restaurant. Very good quality food and nice outdoor seating. For breakfast the bacon is great and the hazelnut moca is must try for brekfast
  • Amy B.
    Amy BatogAugust 20, 2014
    CREME BRÛLÉE. But also the crabcake, Mac and cheese and cheese plate. Also the French 75 cocktail if you're a fan of gin.
  • Baturalp T.
    Baturalp TorunMay 5, 2013
    No need to wait for outside seating. Get inside and ask for the tables by the window. Great brunch spot with yummy pastries.
  • Philadelphia Magazine
    Philadelphia MagazineJanuary 3, 2012
    It’s the beautiful atmosphere that makes the $11 cocktails go down easier. And if you ever need a temporary escape, the Parisian bar might be one of the least Philly-feeling places in the entire city.
  • Pamela W.
    Pamela WatersDecember 10, 2015
    Great food, great atmosphere. I have been here a number of times. I dont honestly recall what I ate, but I have never been unhappy.
  • Damien B.
    Damien Basile 😈March 24, 2013
    I HIGHLY recommend the French toast. The hazelnut butter is to die for.
  • Miriam E.
    Miriam EdelsteinJuly 20, 2011
    Been here 10+ times
    The petit plateau is neither petit nor a plateau. Discuss. And order it. The most economical and pretty amazing raw bar platter you and 3 friends won't finish.
  • Michelle H.
    Michelle HaarApril 14, 2013
    Grab a table outside on 18th street. Perfect people watching spot. Escargot and rabbit parpadalle were amazing.
  • Larisa G.
    A place to see and be seen--very large space and decent outdoor seating. Largely solid menu of French brasserie classics.
  • Philly.com
    Philly.comNovember 11, 2013
    Food Network queen Giada De Laurentiis recently had lunch at this Rittenhouse hot spot! She dined on the chicken paillard. Read more
  • Philadelphia Magazine
    Philadelphia MagazineOctober 6, 2010
    Go there for the Croque Madame. Grilled Black Forest ham, Mornay sauce and a fried egg, open-faced on Buttered, toasted brioche. The perfect brioche is made in-house. Read more
  • James
    JamesAugust 19, 2012
    Brunch was "ok". High volume/turnaround. Somebody's moneymaker. Great space and location. Might try for dinner. (2 of 4 petals via Fondu) Read more
  • The Feast
    The FeastJune 1, 2011
    If you want to see celebrities, or pretend to be one, this is the place to be. Wear your best and someone might think you're somebody. Don't forget the Champagne! [Ultimate Al Fresco List] Read more
  • Giancarlo
    GiancarloApril 18, 2012
    Oysters and a Warm Shrimp Salad are a great lunch combo. If you're in a big group, go for the Grand Plateau.
  • Jordan B.
    Jordan BellMarch 17
    Very nice lunch spot. Must recommend the salmon tartine with a Belgium triple 👌
  • Philadelphia Magazine
    Philadelphia MagazineDecember 2, 2011
    Have a drink at this Rittenhouse retreat and be taken away to Le Champs Elysees! The gorgeous vibe will make the pricey cocktails oh so worth the extra buck. Read more
  • Austin S.
    Austin SeraphinJune 16, 2012
    I enjoyed the truffle gnocchi. My friend got the wild mushroom pastry. I'm getting that next time! Outrageous desserts too!
  • Joe C.
    Joe CeraldeJanuary 24, 2011
    I had the Duck Confit, it was amazing. Not too salty not too greasy. Perfectly French. My red wine was the Boujelais Villages.... better than the noveau.
  • Bill
    BillAugust 26
    Steak Frites - but watch out for the background photo-bomb! Sit outside if you can.
  • Kathleen C.
    Kathleen CreelmanSeptember 27, 2013
    Management was amazing! Other guest next to is food was late coming out and mgmt. took excessive care of customer! I was extremely impressed how they treated rude guest. food-service-prices ALL GOOD
  • Sampsa K.
    Sampsa KuusiluomaMarch 19, 2015
    Excellent eggs Norwegian. And one of the best croissants I've ever had with house made condiments.
  • STARR Restaurants
    STARR RestaurantsJune 9, 2011
    Parc recreates the French bistro experience with a chic Parisian ambiance, authentic French cuisine and a magical je ne sais quoi.
  • Dining Out for Life PHL
    Make your reservation now! Parc is participating in Dining Out for Life 2013 by donating 33% of every meal sold on Thursday, April 25. Dine Out, Fight AIDS! To learn more about the cause: Read more
  • Philadelphia Magazine
    Philadelphia MagazineSeptember 14, 2011
    An unbeatable setting for people watching, fine foods and cocktails puts Parc on our 2011 list of Best Restaurants in Philly! Read more
  • David G.
    David GuerrieriSeptember 20, 2015
    Amazing eggs Benedict, perfect cuts of ham, nice staff and wonderful view of Rittenhouse Square
  • Gordon M.
    Gordon MilchamJune 19, 2015
    Nice old school bistro. Menu is minimal but everything is right in this place.
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