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Vernick Coffee Bar is situated on the second level of the new Comcast Technology Center and overlooks the tree canopies in the building’s public lobby. Reservations are available in the full-service café for both breakfast and lunch. The takeaway area includes open seating for up to 48 guests, an excellent walk-in destination for all day dining. Vernick Coffee Bar is open Monday-Friday.
Gyu Kaku is a great place for a date night or family/friend gathering with the added activity of cooking without all the messy clean up!
Located near Center City and right around the corner from the Barnes Foundation, there is a large parking lot across the street for easy parking as well.
All you can eat available monday-thursday
Experience the best and freshest produce, never frozen and cooked-to-order, with our homemade pasta dishes, seafood selections, and nightly specials.
Do not forget to BYOB your fave wine, Rose or Prosecco.
And make sure to end the night with something sweet from our "impossible-to-pass on" desserts. Make your reservation today!
>Indoor & outdoor dining (we cannot guarantee all outdoor seating requests in peak seasons).
Private events or parties greater than 6 please call for availability.
No outside food, alcohol, or desserts please.
Our staff takes pride in delivering exceptional quality accompanied by personalized service. Call for take out availability.
Steve is big on flavor and personality and is known for his linguine and clams, as well as his savory mouthwatering chops.
In order to maintain the authenticity of Steve’s family recipes, modifications and substitutions are not permitted.
The restaurant will fuse Steve's Italian-American menu with high-end steakhouse staples elevated in his signature style.
At Martorano’s Prime Philadelphia we strive to cultivate a pleasurable experience for all guests. In order to maintain this desired environment, athletic wear, exposed undergarments, excessively revealing clothing, hats, and printed t-shirts are not permitted. Collared shirts and sportcoats are encouraged. Thank you in advance for abiding by the dress code.
The movies shown are not suitable for all audiences.
PLEASE NOTE: Multiple reservations made for the same party cannot be seated together. To book large parties that are not available by default on OpenTable, please contact the restaurant directly.
When booking, party size should encompass total number of guests, including children. We try our best to accommodate special requests, however they are not guaranteed.
The menu consists of a wide range of options, including several vegetarian meals. Popular dishes include Korean fried chicken, bulgogi burger, dumplings and buns, kimchi, and beef tartar. In addition to the delectable cuisine, Southgate offers an extensive drink menu that includes cocktails, wine, spirits and an extensive craft beer list.
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