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From Chestnut to Pine and between 11th and Broad Streets, Philadelphia’s Gayborhood overflows with culture. Home to most of the city’s LGBT bars, nightclubs and boutiques, the area also boasts some of the most scrumptious dining in Philly. You’ll fall for the draft beer selection at Woody’s, get a buzz with Lolita’s famous margaritas, devour the prosciutto pizza at Terra and whet your sweet tooth with a salted caramel budino at the delectable Barbuzzo. Though modest in size, the Gayborhood contains a burgeoning food scene chock-full of delicious options. Let the rainbow street signs guide you, and your appetite will show you the way.Read more...
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Don’t let the martini happy hour fool you. This gay-friendly sports bar is the perfect place to grab a beer and catch the game, with a food menu to keep you going through halftime. And for the wheat-wary, Tabu serves a gluten-free drink selection.
This truly unique eatery celebrates the three great fermented foods: wine, cheese and beer. Rest easy, beginners—Tria’s novice-friendly menu is arranged by adjective, from “sociable reds” to “stinky” cheeses to “profound” beers. You’ll feel smarter leaving this place, and it’s delicious to boot.
Looking for more than a great meal? Based on the vibrant supper clubs of the 1940s, this restaurant-venue contains a stage for nightly live music and boasts a wait staff that sings while they serve. But don’t let that distract you—the menu is a comprehensive roster of Italian and New American classics.
Release your inner Japanophile at any of Raw’s three Philly locations. A sake lounge and sushi bar, Raw delivers especially good specialty rolls and an extensive sake menu in a hip, dimly lit dining room. Order a lunchbox at midday for a taste of everything.
Great drinks in a stylish setting are just the beginning at this wonderful Medi-Latin eatery, which boasts one of the best mezza plates in town, a feast of roasted feta, Greek olives, hummus and pita, spicy pulled chicken empanadas and grilled adobo beef kebobs.
Marcie Turney and Valerie Safran are at it again, this time serving up irresistible Mediterranean cuisine. From goat cheese boards to braised short rib, Barbuzzo’s menu runs the gamut of seaside fare. But don’t feel pressured to pick the right dish. Everything here is delicious!
Tucked beneath the entertainment hub Tavern on Camac is Terra, a cozy and intimate New American restaurant housed in an aging building. Chef Eric Paraskevas imports many of his ingredients from local vendors, dishing out some of the freshest food in the Gayborhood.