Con­ven­tion Cen­ter

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AMUSE— French. A walk through City Hall’s arched prom­e­nade from South Broad leads you to the steps of Le Meri­dien’s revamped, el­e­gant aMuse. Tak­ing a cue from the French brasserie’s name, the craft cock­tail list fea­tures li­ba­tions in­spired by his­tory’s great muses. Food is rich and de­li­cious, rang­ing from sea­sonal sal­ads to fresh oys­ters, pressed chicken and steak-frites. And the space, well, it’s just sexy. B, L, D (daily), Br (Sa-Su). www.amusephiladel­ 1421 Arch St., 215.422.8222. $$ Map 1, H4 HARD ROCK CAFE— Amer­i­can. Philly’s out­post of the in­ter­na­tional phe­nom­e­non is lo­cated in the his­toric Read­ing Ter­mi­nal train sta­tion, steps from the Con­ven­tion Cen­ter and a few blocks from the his­toric dis­trict. In­side, the restau­rant is filled with its trade­mark rock mem­o­ra­bilia, plus a gift shop of Hard Rock-branded sou­venirs. On the menu, find fa­vorites like “Le­gendary Burg­ers,” steaks, sal­ads and sand­wiches. L, D (daily). 1113-31 Mar­ket St., 215.238.1000. $$ Map 1, I4 MOLLY MALLOY’S— Pub/Bar. Nes­tled in the heart of the his­toric Read­ing Ter­mi­nal Mar­ket, this airy gas­tropub from the folks be­hind Iovine Broth­ers pro­duce serves sea­sonal fare from chef Bobby Fisher and pours craft beers, 35 of which are on draft. B, L, D (daily). www.mol­ly­mal­loysphilly. com. Read­ing Ter­mi­nal Mar­ket, 1136 Arch St., 267.525.1001. $ Map 1, I4 READ­ING TER­MI­NAL MAR­KET— In­ter­na­tional. Founded in 1893, Read­ing Ter­mi­nal Mar­ket has evolved into one of Philadel­phia’s ma­jor food mec­cas, where vis­i­tors can sam­ple in­ter­na­tional and lo­cal spe­cial­ties, in­clud­ing cheeses­teaks and Penn­syl­va­nia treats. B, L, D (daily).­ingter­mi­nal mar­ 12th and Arch streets, 215.922.2317. $ Map 1, I4

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