Jordan PricePhiladelphia Freelance Writer
Jordan Price is a freelance food and fitness writer, and may have been a cruise director in another life. She thrives off of planning itineraries and has an encyclopedic knowledge of Philadelphia’s social calendar. Jordan spends an equal amount of time researching restaurants as she does eating at them, and would probably enjoy planning your next birthday dinner.
Everyone finally agreed on a date for the group dinner. Choosing a spot should be the easy part.
Devon Seafood in Rittenhouse is exactly where you should go for a big event, or when you have a corporate card, to eat a lot of shellfish.
Heritage in Northern Liberties has a big patio, nightly live music, and bluegrass Sunday brunch.
With a great rooftop and long list of rotating beers, Standard Tap in Northern Liberties is great for everything from Happy Hour to an office party.
La Locada del Ghittone is an Italian BYOB in Old City that serves super solid and affordable pasta.
When you’re looking for reasonably priced sushi, but still want it to feel a little special, head to 1225 Raw in Center City.
Brauhaus Schmitz on South Street is like going on a little trip to Germany, with a big beer hall, sausages, and schnitzel.
Las Cazuelas is a Mexican BYOB in Northern Liberties where you should go bring a group to escape the nearby crowds.
Head to Trattoria Carina in Fitler Square for some good outdoor seating and even better pasta.
If you’re in Rittenhouse and need a spot for Happy Hour, a date, and/or dinner with a group, go to Alma de Cuba.
L’Angolo is an old school Italian BYOB in South Philly with private rooms and all the pastas you hoped they would have.