The Philadelphia Inquirer Restaurant Guide (Paperback)
As restaurants continue to flourish in Philadelphia, choosing the perfect place for dinner, or even a casual lunch, can pose a challenge. We are sure you will find no better guide to the dining establishments of the city and its environs than noted Philadelphia Inquirer restaurant critic Craig LaBan. Whether you crave a ?decadent splurge? at a fine steakhouse serving succulent cuts and sides, the comfort of a neighborhood bar that ?takes its chicken wings as seriously as its seared tuna, ? or an Italian BYOB where the ravioli are divine and the table worth the two-hour wait, this comprehensive guidebook will satisfy the most discriminating palate. LaBan presents seventy-six in-depth reviews of favorites, giving mouth-watering menu recommendations (as well as caveats about less-inspired dishes) and everything else you might want to know (from the quality of the wine list to the chattiness of the staff), in addition to over five hundred capsule reviews of all the other enticing eateries.