Get an exotic spin to your Sunday brunch at Indeblue. However, the Indian food at Indeblue becomes less exotic and more inventive with its mash-up with American classics. Brunch boasts chaats and kabobs galore all with a spicy American twist.
Address & phone number: 205 S 13 St Philadelphia, PA 19107 215-545-4633
Amis has been praised for its original and modern Italian dishes. The Roman-style trattoria offers small plates of pasta and meats with creative gusto. The industrial space with sleek wood keeps the décor relevant and in tune with its classy Italian cuisine.
Address & phone number: 412 S 13th St Philadelphia, PA 19147 215-732-2647
Inspired by tours through Spain, Jamonera brings the flairs of Spanish flavors; a blend of garlic, fresh fish, salty cheeses and rich breads, to every dish. The menu consists of fishes, ham and several paella dishes. The Rioja-colored accents and dark atmosphere make for a romantic evening; perfect for that tapas sharing.
Address & phone number: 105 S 13th St Philadelphia, PA 19107 215-922-6061
Vetri was recently added to our guide because it’s considered one of the best restaurants not just in Philadelphia, but across the country. Diners should make their reservation in advance; it may take about two months to reserve, as they sit only 30 in their main dining room.
Address & phone number: 1312 Spruce St Philadelphia, PA 19107 215-732-3478
Using fresh, organic and local ingredients, Nomad Pizza is a slice of Roma transplanted into a cozy little area of Midtown Village. Nomad Roman has a menu that changes weekly, but usually they serve about 12 different styles, including the popular spicy soppressata. The best time to go if seats are available is their happy hours during the week from 4:30-6:30PM. On weeknights, they have a late night happy hour at 10PM as well.
Address & phone number: 1305 Locust St Philadelphia, PA 19107 215-644-9287