High Street on Market

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308 Market St (at 3rd St)
Philadelphia, PA 19106
7:00am - 10:00pm
7:00am - 10:00pm
7:00am - 10:00pm
7:00am - 10:00pm
7:00am - 10:00pm
8:00am - 10:30pm
7:00am - 3:30pm



  • Duck in still wearing your pajamas for a cup of Rival Bros. coffee, a red eye danish, and a loaf of bread for later, or bring out-of-towners here for a dinner that will impress. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Try Sailor's Warning deep amber El Dorado rum, splash of Zucca rhubarb amaro, a triple dose of citrus, with allspice aromatics of Angostura bitters, finished with a dusting of bay leaf powder.
  • One of the best breakfast places in Philly. Delicious bread as well.
  • Grilled squid, lamb carpaccio, mushrooms, angry crab spaghetti, the "pastrami sandwich" pasta and the Arctic char. Also all the breads and spreads. A+
  • The breads and pastries are phenomenal - we loved the Red Eye Gravy Danish and the selection of salads and vegetables reminded us of the bountiful spread found at Ottolenghi in London.
  • Sandwiches are phenomenal and lovingly handcrafted. Pastrami comes on incredibly fresh, thick, and not overly-rye rye. The standout was the smoked duck Cubano though! Dont miss it!
  • We when for brunch and it was amazing. Menu was small but the pastrami and hash sandwich was absolutely fantastic! It was a trendy/hip place but the service was great and the staff was very nice!
  • Get the duck meatball sandwich if you want your lunch to be better than everyone else's.
  • The hickory town is hands down the best breakfast sandwich in philly.
  • All the sandwiches are available on gluten-free bread. The sides of roasted veggies are satisfying and flavorful. Service is top-notch!
  • Okay, so I hate to admit that the grilled cheese is probably life changing. I feel like I'm cheating on my NYC grilled cheese shops, but it's too good to say no to.
  • Buratta is the best I have ever had.
  • Red eye and cannoli Danishes. Delicious and almost too pretty to eat. Make sure to get a cup of Revolver coffee!
  • They serve Rival Brothers coffee, Revolver by default.
  • How weird do you want it? Dinner at the adventurous restaurant is a must-try for any serious eater, but even the brunch menu might scare away non-foodies. The bread is not to be missed.
  • Amazing food that doesn't taste like anything I've ever had before
  • Great playlist to go with great breakfast.
  • The food is uniformly excellent at this more casual place from the Chef at Fork. They don't take reservations so try for an off time to reduce the wait.
  • Bread plate with butter and jam and pickles = amazing splurge of a lunch. Meanwhile, dad loved the pastrami sandwich...understandable as their rye bread is legit.
  • The breakfast pastries are amazinng.

Nearby places

116 Market St (at Letitia St)
18 S 3rd St (btwn Market & Chestnut St)
200 N 6th St (at Race St)