South Street & Queen Vil­lage

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BISTROT LA MINETTE— French. Chef/owner Peter Woolsey has cre­ated an au­then­tic French bistro that re­flects his pas­sion for de­tail— even the orig­i­nal art and fur­nish­ings evoke the fla­vor of France’s cel­e­brated culi­nary re­gions. D (daily), L (Sa-Su) www.bistrot­laminette.com. 623 S. Sixth St., 215.925.8000. $$ Map 1, J7 BRAUHAUS SCH­MITZ— Ger­man. This Philly orig­i­nal claims the largest se­lec­tion of Ger­man beer in the city with 30 on draft and more than 80 bot­tles from 25 countries. Ex­ec­u­tive chef Jeremy Nolen pre­pares clas­sic Ger­man fare like house­made bratwurst, schwein­shaxen and schnitzel. L, D (daily). www.brauhauss­chmitz.com. 718 South St., 267.909.8814. $-$$ Map 1, J7 ELA— Amer­i­can. The kitchen at this bar and restau­rant is run by chef Ja­son Ci­chon­ski and fea­tures an in­ven­tive, ro­tat­ing menu, an ex­ten­sive wine and beer pro­gram and an in­spired cock­tail list. The mod­ern yet rus­tic set­ting al­lows din­ers a com­fort­able place to en­joy se­ri­ously good food. D (daily), Br (Su). www.elaphilly.com. 627 S. Third St., 267.687.8512. Map 1, K7 LAS BUGAMBILIAS— Mexican. At this in­ti­mate, au­then­tic Mexican restau­rant, chef/owner Car­los Molina of­fers high-qual­ity, freshly pre­pared food from three dif­fer­ent re­gions in Mex­ico. Be sure to sam­ple the imag­i­na­tive ar­ray of mar­gar­i­tas and the home­made desserts. L ( Tu-Su), D (daily), Br (Su). www.las­bugam­bil­ias­philly.com. 148 South St., 215.922.3190. $$ Map 1, L7 THE TWISTED TAIL— Amer­i­can. A lively bour­bo­nand-blues em­po­rium fea­tur­ing a menu of char­coal-grilled fare, 40-plus bour­bons and plenty of craft beer. Dine at rus­tic wooden ta­ble in­doors or out, then climb the stairs for some rockin’ live mu­sic. L (M-F), D (daily), Br (Sa-Su). www.thetwisted tail.com. 509 S. Sec­ond St., 215.558.2471. $$ Map 1, K6

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