39 "Small Plates" restaurants in Philadelphia.
Fitz And Starts is an all-day spot in Queen Village where you’ll go for breakfast, stick around until lunch, and consider coming back for dinner.
Messina Club is a members-only restaurant with the best pierogies in the city.
Helm is a neighborhood BYOB in Kensington that’s good for sharing small plates with a date.
Alimentari is a wine bar above the Center City Di Bruno Bros that has more charcuterie board options than you’ll know what to do with.
Via Locusta is a small pasta spot near Rittenhouse Square that has a great bar for first dates.
River Twice is a BYOB on East Passyunk that changes their menu every single night.
The Good King Tavern in Bella Vista serves French pub food that’s way better than what you’ll find at your average neighborhood tavern.
Le Caveau is a small natural wine bar above The Good King Tavern in Queen Village.
Musi is an Israeli-inspired BYOB in Pennsport with a seasonal menu that uses almost entirely local ingredients.
Fishtown Social is part wine bar serving small plates, part bottle shop with lots of natural wines.
Forsythia is a small plates spot in Old City that looks like a French garden and has a long list of natural wines.
Hadramout is a small Yemeni restaurant near Penn that’s good for a quick lunch or group dinner.
Southwark is a bar and restaurant in Queen Village that’s basically a 3-in-1, with a cocktail bar, a dressy dining room, and a casual back patio.
Little Fish is a seafood-only BYOB in Queen Village where the menu changes every night.
Fiore is an attractive all-day, Italian place that’s good for sharing some pasta and a bottle of wine with a friend.