La Fourno Ristorante Trattoria BYOB (Photo: Facebook)

Philadelphia's South Street Philadelphia's South Street  – La Fourno Ristorante Trattoria, Along with an extensive wine list and bring-your-own-bottle (BYOB) nights every Wednesday and Friday, this Italian restaurant dishes out mussels and shrimp scampi, along with more casual eats. 636 South Street, (215) 627-9000, lafourno.com La Fourno Ristorante Trattoria, Along with an extensive wine list and bring-your-own-bottle (BYOB) nights every Wednesday and Friday, this Italian restaurant dishes out mussels and shrimp scampi, along with more casual eats. 636 South Street, (215) 627-9000, lafourno.com

Bob’s Diner in Roxborough (Photo: Facebook)

Touted as the place “where good people meet to eat,” Bob’s Diner has been serving the good people of Roxborough for more than 20 years from a vintage 1940s silver dining car on Ridge Avenue.Details: 6053 Ridge Ave, (215) 483-9002Philadelphia, Bob’s Diner - Touted as the place “where good people meet to eat,” Bob’s Diner has been serving the good people of Roxborough for more than 20 years from a vintage 1940s silver dining car on Ridge Avenue.Details: 6053 Ridge Ave, (215) 483-9002

Fogo De Chão Philly's Brazilian Steakhouse

When you’re craving some delicious steak, there is no place better to satisfy than a Brazilian churrascaria. Fogo De Chão is a leading Brazilian steakhouse, or churrascaria, which has specialized for more than 36 years in fire-roasting high-quality meats utilizing the centuries-old Southern Brazilian cooking technique of churrasco. This is the general Spanish term for roasting and grilling decadent meats over a blazing, open fire. The name, Fogo de Chão, means campfire or fire on the ground. The serving style is espeto corrido, or “continuous service”, with several meat selections carved table-side according to your liking and temperature.Philadelphia, PA - When you’re craving some delicious steak, there is no place better to satisfy than a Brazilian churrascaria. Fogo de Chão is a leading Brazilian steakhouse, or churrascaria, which has specialized for more than 36 years in fire-roasting high-quality meats utilizing the centuries-old Southern Brazilian cooking technique of churrasco. This is the general Spanish term for roasting and grilling decadent meats over a blazing, open fire. The name, Fogo de Chão, means campfire or fire on the ground. The serving style is espeto corrido, or “continuous service”, with several meat selections carved table-side according to your liking and temperature.

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