Philadelphians like to have a good time and this spirit extends to their culinary scene, as they support a large number of fun restaurants. Sabrina's may look like a diner, but the food is way beyond traditional diner food. The vegetarian "cheesesteaks" are famous, as are their brunches, where every portion could easily serve two. The Standard Tap is a standard brew pub with a dimly lit interior, dark wood tables, and antique-style collectables hanging on the walls. The Marmont is a lively and intimate lounge in Philadelphia's trendy Old City. The Philadelphia Inquirer calls it "one of the plushest and coolest-looking places in recent memory." The Melting Pot offers an extraordinary dining experience that you won't find at any other restaurant. Dtop in and see what we mean. This is definitely not an exhaustive list of Philadelphia's many fun restaurants but it should get you started on your way to a great evening out.
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