SPE­CIALTY FARE

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AMOROSO’SBlvd., Bell­mawr, NJ; ( 151 amoroso Benigno bak­ing.com) Mak­ing Philadel­phia sand­wiches fa­mous, one roll at a time. DI BRUNO BROS. (mul­ti­ple lo­ca­tions; di­bruno.com) All your fa­vorite spe­cialty fa­vorites from cu­rated cheese boards to honey jams and cured meats. RASTELLI MAR­KET FRESH(FRESH (mul­ti­ple mul­ti­ple lo­ca­tions; rastel­li­mar­ket.com) Fine qual­ity fare from wild caught seafood to USDA Prime beef and craft burg­ers. GLOBAL DISHES AQIMERO(AQIMERO (1010 Av­enue of the Arts; richard­san­doval.com) Chef Richard San­doval’s Latin Amer­i­can restau­rant in­side The Ritz Carl­ton, Philadel­phia fea­tures ev­ery­thing from NY strip steak to shrimp tacos and truf­fle fries.

AMADA(AMADA (217–219217–219 Chest­nut St.; philadel­phia. amada restau­rant.com) The daily happy hour menu con­sists of

$ 5 tapas, sweet san­gria, and spe­cialty cock­tails. DINO’S BACKSTAGE (287 Keswick Ave., Glen­side; di­nos­back­stage.com) Owner Dino J. Kelly- Cataldi has cre­ated a retro- style sup­per club with live mu­sic and Amer­i­can fare. MIXTO (1141 Pine St.; mix­torestau­rante.com) The eclec­tic menu high­lights fla­vors from Cuban, Latin Amer­i­can, and Caribbean cui­sine. OPA ( 1311 San­som St.,

opa­philadel­phia.com) Fill up on duck gy­ros, fava hum­mus, and Greek omelets be­fore head­ing out back to the Drury Beer Gar­den for fresh-made cock­tails. The eclec­tic menu high­lights fla­vors from Cuban, Latin Amer­i­can, and Caribbean cui­sine. VALANNI (1229 Spruce St.;

valanni.com) Stop by for an in­ti­mate din­ner and late-night danc­ing or rent out the en­tire restau­rant for a chic pri­vate event. ZAHAV ZAHAV( (237 237 St. James Pl.; za­havrestau­rant.com) With a name mean­ing “gold” in He­brew, the au­then­tic Is­raeli-restau­rant ap­pro­pri­ately gets the gold star for best hum­mus in the city. ASIAN FLA­VORS BUDDAKAN(BUDDAKAN (325 325 Chest­nut St.; buddakan.com) Come hun­gry. With edamame dumplings, tuna tar­tate spring rolls, and king crab tem­pura on the menu, it’s hard to pick just one. DIM SUM HOUSE ( 3939 Chest­nut St., dim­sum.house) Lo­cated in the heart of Univer­sity City, the au­then­tic restau­rant car­ries a mouth­wa­ter­ing se­lec­tion of Can­tonese and Shang­hai dim sum and other Chi­nese fare.

13th DOUBLESt., dou­ble­knot­philly.com)KNOT (120 S. Charm­ing Asian-in­spired cof­fee eatery spot up­stairs, down­stairs serv­ing some of the area’s best sashimi. MORIMOTO (723 Chest­nut St.; mo­ri­mo­torestau­rant.com) Run by Iron Chef Morimoto, Stephen Starr’s high- class Ja­panese restau­rant is known for a multi- course tast­ing menu. COZARA (3200 Chest­nut St.; cozara­philly.com) From the folks be­hind Zama, this Ja­panese eatery fea­tures small plates from truf­fle Brus­sels sprouts to duck bao buns. SUGA (1720 San­som St.;

sug­aby­foo.com) Two-time James Beard Award win­ner Su­sanna Foo teams up with her son Gabriel to of­fer an eclec­tic mix of mod­ern Chi­nese cui­sine. delawareriver­wa­ter­front.com) The pop-up park re­turns again with col­or­ful ham­mocks, float­ing beer gar­dens, craft beer, and food trucks from some of our fa­vorite ven­dors. SKYGARTEN (1717 Arch St.; skygarten.com) This abode sits 51 floors up and has guests en­joy­ing craft beers, lite bites, and In­sta­gram­wor­thy shots of the city.

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