Osteria

640 N Broad St
Philadelphia PA 19130
(215) 763-0920
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The more casual, trattoria-like offshoot of Vetri, Osteria is a big, lively place where the pizzas are terrific (try the octopus and smoked mozzarella) and the cooking is homey but first-rate, from veal liver ravioli with figs to rabbit stewed with pancetta over intensely flavored polenta. — Jess Kapadia, 2/18/11

 



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A Newcomer to the Age-Old Philly Pizza Battle. Chef Marc Vetri, the 2005 recipient of the James Beard Award for ‘Best Chef: Mid-Atlantic’ with his eponymous restaurant Vetri in Philadelphia, followed his... Read More

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  1. tdmstaff "Just a small piece of this braised pig is all you need to enjoy this succulent dish. With a small side of pasta, this tender piggy can be pulled apart and eaten mixed just as deliciously "
 
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Osteria Philadelphia — visitphilly.com
http://www.visitphilly.com/restaurants-dining/philadelphia/osteria/
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Wyngspan
You'll want to make a reservation because Osteria's gastronomic excellence is no secret. Rate your meal with the Trust Network
Timmay Barlow
Tara, Dan & Steve are the BEST! Try the Sage Gimlet!
Christopher Donald
Try the Mortadella Pizza - Amazing
Philadelphia Magazine
You'd be surprised to know that Osteria isn’t as expensive as you might think. You can eat comfortably for well under $100 per person. Not cheap, but a great value for what you get on your plate.
Clay Williams
Marc Vetri's affordable dinner spot. Love it. Took a break after stopping by on every trip. Time for a return visit. Be sure to sit at the kitchen counter to see the action.
Visit Philly
Marc Vetri's margarita pizza made for a delicious candidate on "The Best Thing I Ever Ate." We concur. P.S. - ask about the Nutella pizza.
Eater
The Chicken Liver Rigatoni is one of Philly's best dishes, and the pizza is some of the best in the city. [Eater 38 Member]
Visit Philly
Get insider access to the chefs' action and reserve the kitchen table. Food is served up family style.
Brian Mak
Chicken liver rigatoni is sublime. Pasta porn at its best.
AskMen
Offering whole roasted pig heads every Tuesday night, and the combination of supremely moist meat, unusual head-based organs & the crackling sweet-&-sour skin make this one of the city’s top treats.
Showtime Network
No, the restaurant’s name does not mean ‘austere’ in Italian (thanks to Joffre for clearing that one up for us)!
AskMen
On March 30, Osteria’s Jeff Michaud & Elisa Scavino, & producer Paolo Scavino, will host a dinner featuring a spring-appropriate menu & the always-wonderful wines. Don't miss it.
Foodspotting
Try the Spit-Roasted Pig
Philadelphia Magazine
If you're having trouble choosing from the amazing menu, try the house-made cotechino sausage with polenta and a sunny-side-up egg.
Bravo
Marc Vetri’s casual Italian restaurant is always packed and always delivers.-Jimmy Bradley , Top Chef
Bravo
Kevin Sbraga loves this place! -Kevin Sbraga, Top Chef
Jeff Michaud
Pappardelle with braised rabbit and parmigiano cheese come and get it tonight at Osteria!
Philadelphia Magazine
Of all the things to love about Marc Vetri’s casual Italian hot spot, the pizza — lightly charred, with thoughtful, harmonious toppings — is the real superstar.
Jeff Gibbard
Lombado pizza is sublime. Octopus is remarkable. Postage stamp pasta is great as is the rigatoni. The roast pig special is one of my favorites. Antipasto vegetables is great for a group.
Colleen Martin
The octopus is outstanding! Also noteworthy: Sulami plate with artichoke mustard (pronounced moose-tarde), blueberry sundae w/ coconut shortbread and the Torre Quarto "Don Marcello" wine.
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