26 "Midtown Village" Restaurants in Philadelphia.
Vedge in Midtown Village isn’t just the best vegan place around, it’s also one of the best restaurants in the city.
Double Knot is an all-day cafe with a basement izakaya that serves some of the best Japanese food in the city.
Middle Child is a contemporary diner/deli in Midtown Village that serves breakfast and lunch every day but Monday.
Nomad is one of the best pizza places around Center City, and it’s even better during Happy Hour or SIPS in the summer.
You have to walk down an alley next to Sampan to get to Graffiti, an outdoor bar with TVs and cheap drinks during Happy Hour.
Lolita is a small Mexican spot in Midtown Village where you can split some solid tacos and a few margaritas with some friends.
Abe Fisher is an upscale dinner spot in Midtown Village serving updated Jewish deli classics, like smoked short ribs and borscht tartare.
Tredici Enoteca is a wine bar in Midtown Village that has a big, inexpensive wine list and solid small plates.
The Continental in Midtown is basically the same as the one in Old City - with good drinks and bar food - except this one has an indoor/outdoor roof.
Drury Beer Garden is a small alley tucked behind Opa in Midtown Village, and it’s one of the best places to hang out during SIPS.
Effie’s is a small Greek BYOB with a hidden back garden that you'll want to keep all to yourself.
Howl At The Moon is a dueling pianos bar in Center City that gets very crowded on the weekends.
Franky Bradley’s is a two-floor bar that’s casual downstairs, but a full-on party upstairs.
Alpen Rose is a small steakhouse in Midtown Village that looks like the inside of a treasure chest or a retired Harvard professor’s personal library.
Tavern On Camac is part piano bar, part dance floor with DJ, and exactly where you should be ending your nights out.