5 Places to Eat Outdoors Before Summer Ends

It’s sad, but true. Summer is ending. But before it fades, take advantage of the outdoor seating! Check out our list of favorite spots to have one last outdoor rendezvous.

Top 5 Faves:

The Corner
Located at 102 S. 13th Street
If the view doesn’t make you swoon, the food definitely will.  Boasting foie gras doughnuts, Korean fried chicken wings, and a fried green tomato salad, this stylish roof deck is filled to the corners with both sophisticated comfort food.  Needless to say, it’s a roof top that will surely be missed once summer ends. For more scrumptious details, visit http://thephillycorner.com/.





XIX (Nineteen)
Located at the Hyatt and the Bellvue, 19th floor
This seafood paradise, perfectly located in Center City’s Hyatt Hotel, brings dinner to new heights, literally!  Located on the 19th floor, complete with heavenly views and a menu that fits the elegant, romantic ambiance, XIX is the perfect place for dinner on a summer night.  For more decadent details, click HERE.


Sampan’s Graffiti Bar
Located at 124 S. 13th Street
There is nothing like the summer night air and the vibrant colors of this outdoor funky oasis to cap off your summer.  Set in the rear of the restaurant, this outdoor bar is great for a weekend night or a casual night out.  Worried about food?  Don’t be.  Sampan’s contemporary Asian small plates are also available outdoors.  For more dining information, click HERE.


Talula’s Garden
Located at 210 W. Washington Square
Talula’s Garden is a charming work of culinary art with a vision: to bring fresh, local ingredients to the table.  A collaboration between Aimee Olexy and Steven Starr, this charming green restaurant serves an array of fresh, gourmet foods, like Crispy Indian Spiced Pennsylvania Lamb Belly, a “Garden Bouillabaisse” (a seafood delight), and Braised Rabbit Fazzoletti.  Click HERE for more delicious info.


Revolution House
Located at 200 Market Street
Centered in Old City, this rustic, yet edgy restaurant seats 144 and serves up contemporary comfort food every day of the week.  With a bar that offers boutique wines made from organic and sustainably grown grapes and decor made from repurposed materials, it also allows for an eco-friendly way to enjoy the night.  Just imagine basking on this rooftop while sipping guilt-free wine and indulging on lobster pot pie!  For more yummy info, visit http://revolutionhouse.com/


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