Supper

Row 1

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926 South St (btw 9th & 10th St)
Philadelphia, PA 19147
(215) 592-8180
American
$ $ $
Hours
Tue–Thu: 5:00 PM–11:00 PM Fri: 5:00 PM–11:30 PM Sat: 10:30 AM–11:30 PM Sun: 10:30 AM–9:00 PM

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  • Ultra-fresh produce is purchased from a nearby farm multiple times per week.
  • Deviled eggs are a treat, but deviled eggs tarted up with lump crab or black truffle or whatever else is on chef Mitch Prenskys mind cant be beat when paired with a cocktail or glass of wine.
  • What should you get? Scallops and roasted cauliflower. Duck and waffles. The intensely rich burger.
  • Never mind the name. Order the red velvet waffles with cream cheese mousse and it will be a morning to remember.
  • Try the Deviled Eggs
  • Get the wings. They're not buffalo wings by any means but they're insanely amazing. And yes they're $6 for just 3 of them. Deal with it.
  • Try the duck & waffles
  • Wednesdays and Sundays are BYOB. Love their fresh, local ingredients!
  • Listen to @mikeyil and get those chicken wings they are morsels sent from the Lord. Also, the pork chops are last meal material. For realz. I can die now.
  • Best deviled eggs in the city!
  • Just had the devil egg happy hour special and it was awesome. Changes every evening.
  • Ironically, great for brunch. Head straight for the "sweets" and don't look back.
  • Walking pass
  • The pastries are amazing!
  • Duck and sage waffles was outstanding. Also, get the deviled eggs!
  • One of my absolute favorites! Get the squash/pumpkin soup with toasted marshmallow. And if you get a chance, meet the owners- Mitch is a great guy.
  • Deviled eggs!
  • Meh. Not very flavorful. Decent presentation. Salmon skin on the asparagus salad literally sliced open the roof of my mouth. Over priced for how bland it was.
  • From "Best. Breakfast. Ever." - best dessert for breakfast ever, the red velvet waffles
  • They took our reservation without informing us they were only offering an $80 tasting menu that night. The waiter then said every other restaurant in Philadelphia only had a tasting menu on Valentines