Where to Eat Along The Delaware Waterfront in Philadelphia

Where to Eat Along The Delaware Waterfront in Philadelphia

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Philadelphia Waterfront EatsPhiladelphia, PA - The Philadelphia Delaware Waterfront is home to various attractions, restaurants, and entertainment. Penn's Landing is an exciting neighborhood that features multicultural eateries and parks along the Delaware River.

The Philadelphia Delaware Waterfront

The Festival Pier and Great Plaza offer outdoor summer concerts and ice skating in the winter. The Independence Seaport Museum is a popular tourist attraction. The Spirit of Philly offers dinner cruises for evening activities, and Rivers Casino is a glitzy nightclub. But it's also a great location to grab a bite to eat, and listed below are a few of our favorite restaurants along The Delaware Waterfront.

High-End Chain Eating on the Delaware River Waterfront

Chart House in Philadelphia is a classy chain eatery serving seafood and steakhouse fare. The setting is formal, and the service is excellent. Guests enjoy the fresh catch of the day and the attentive service. The restaurant is located right on the waterfront and offers a great view of the city. The Chart House also has a private room with panoramic views of the river, ideal for a formal dinner. A reservation is required, so arrive early. If you want to get the best table, book. Ahead of time.

Moshulu in Philadelphia - Seafood & Steak on a Historic Ship

This floating restaurant offers upscale steak and seafood dishes. It's also an excellent place for brunch. Located on the Delaware River, Moshulu is perfect for those looking for a unique dining experience. Here, you can enjoy the views of the city and take in the view of the harbor. If you're in the mood for a romantic meal, this unique restaurant is located on a historic ship. It is a unique dining experience for a special Philadelphia dinner date.

Craft Hall in Philadelphia Offers the Easygoing Burger

This place is all about generous burgers and fries, as well as pizza and classic breakfast plates. If you're looking for a casual meal, this is the place to go. The food is easy to eat, and you're sure to leave full. Here's a look at what to expect. The restaurant will have indoor and outdoor seating and a wide variety of beer and cocktail selections. It will be an excellent place for adults to enjoy a cocktail or craft beer. There's plenty of seating in the lower lever for large groups. There are video game stations and a game room to play their favorite games.

The Fin Surf & Turf in Philadelphia

Fishtown is famous for its seafood, and the newly-opened Fin Restaurant & Bar is the perfect place to enjoy it. Its innovative menu is filled with local seafood favorites such as flounder, shark, and swordfish. The fish is always fresh and well-prepared, and the fin is a great place to share a meal with friends. The atmosphere and service will make you feel as if you're in a fish-loving neighborhood.

Hibachi Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Bar

Hibachi Japanese Steakhouse & a Sushi Bar is located in the Fishtown district of Philadelphia. The restaurant specializes in Japanese cuisine and serves sushi and seafood teriyaki from tableside grills. The staff is knowledgeable and friendly, and the atmosphere is casual. The food is fresh and made to order, and you can expect a fun and interactive dining experience. The food is prepared to order and is presented in an elegant style. A tabletop grill provides a fun and entertaining dining experience.

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