50 "Walk-Ins" restaurants in Philadelphia.
Hungry Pigeon is an all-day spot in Queen Village where you’ll go for breakfast, stick around until lunch, and consider coming back for dinner.
Rangoon is a Burmese place in Chinatown that’s good for sharing a bunch of family-style dishes with a big group.
Blue Corn is a Mexican spot in the Italian Market with solid margaritas and some really great tacos.
Han Dynasty in University City serves two main purposes - a place to eat some of the best Sichuan food around, and a full-on sports bar.
Saloon is an Italian restaurant in Queen Village that has really good steaks.
Martha in Fishtown has the three things we wish every bar had: a nice patio, great cocktails, and way better food than you’d expect.
Vietnam Cafe is a huge restaurant in West Philly that has some great Vietnamese food and lots of Polynesian cocktails.
Honest Tom’s is a vegan taco shop near Penn that looks like Snow White’s cottage.
Sancho Pistola’s is the northernmost member of the Pistola family, and it works just as well for watching an Eagles game as it does for eating tacos.
Oyster House has been around forever, and it still has one of the best oyster Happy Hours in the city.
The Terakawa in University City is an offshoot of the original one in Chinatown, and it has some of the better ramen in the area.
Comfort & Floyd is a breakfast spot in Pennsport that feels almost like an elementary school classroom.
Mike’s BBQ is a tiny barbecue spot in South Philly with some of the best smoked meat in the city.
Mercato is an Italian BYOB in Washington Square West that has a ton of outdoor seating in the summer.