The Farm And Fisherman BYOB

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Details
1120 Pine St (Quince St)
Philadelphia, PA 19107
(267) 687-1555
New American
$ $ $
Hours
Tue–Sun: 5:00 PM–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • The F&F has evolved into one of the best restaurants in the city. Josh Lawler brings his farm-y sensibilities from Blue Hill to Philly, and has become one of our biggest stars. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Tried the roasted beet; excellent
  • The duck was excellect and so was the fried lettuce head.
  • Don't miss the beet steak. Its been Lawlers signature since he opened, and for good reason. It isnt often that the lowly beet can be reasonably compared to the finest cuts of beef.
  • Just simply enjoy. The food and service are exquisite.
  • Noord Chef Joncarl Lachman loves the 'bloody beet steak' with yogurt, pan juices, and amaranth here.
  • Wild Striped Bass with Clams Pistou. The Beet Steak is unbelievable. Great food, but the service was uptight and unfriendly. Refused to take our plates away until everyone was finished.
  • The Farm and Fisherman has evolved into one of the best restaurants in the city. Josh Lawler brings his farm-y sensibilities to Philly, and has become one of our biggest stars. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Bloody Beet for the win! A must eat. Slow roasted zucchini is also unreal.
  • A little bit of a gamble for vegetarians; but hey it is farm to table. But a tremendous dining experience for anyone that loves food. Amazing!!! Thank you Farm and Fisherman.
  • The beet steak could turn Ted Nugent into a vegan.
  • Highly recommend everything I ate: the farm egg, lamb and especially the beet steak!
  • Great meal! The lamb was superb.
  • Josh and Colleen Lawlers devotion to modern American farm fare shows up in the witty bloody beet steak, a slab of roasted beet seared like meat and served with a slick of tangy house-made yogurt.
  • The bloody beetsteak is roasted, then pan-fried under a brick to smash it down. This results in a deliciously caramelized flavor paired with the skins nutty earthiness and fleshs firm texture.
  • Bloody beetsteak