Philadelphia's South Street - South Street Diner, Open 24 hours a day for breakfast, lunch and dinner, this 40-something favorite serves traditional diner fare, along with Greek specialties such as spanakopita. Fresh baked goods and free delivery make it a go-to. 140 South Street, (215) 627-5258.
Philadelphia's South Street – Halal cart staples like chicken and rice are on offer here, but the real draw are kati rolls, oversized flatbreads that come filled with everything from chicken tikka masala to grilled paneer. 650 South Street, (267) 543-5970.
Philadelphia's South Street Guide - Serpico, New York’s Peter Serpico (of Momofuku Ko fame) and Philadelphia’s own Stephen Starr collaborate on this one-room, 60-seat project. Serpico has been credited with heralding a culinary renaissance for South Street, via an evolving menu of playful yet unfamiliar takes on global fare. 604 South Street, (215) 925-3001, serpicoonsouth.com
Philadelphia, PA - Since opening in late 2014, Brigantessa has earned praise for exceptional cooking in an inviting atmosphere. Homey spot for Southern Italian fare, wood-oven pizzas, rotisserie meats & salumi, plus beer & wine. 1520 E Passyunk Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19147