XIX

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Details
200 S Broad St #19
Philadelphia, PA 19102
(215) 790-1919
New American
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Thu, Sun: 6:30 AM–Midnight Fri–Sat: 6:30 AM–2:00 AM
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Foursquare Tips

  • Sunday Brunch serves up a raw bar, an extensive buffet AND a sinfully delightful assortment of pastries for dessert.
  • Six-dollar cocktails at the happy hour here (atop the Bellevue) are the perfect way to feel like a classy gent while getting loaded on less than $20.
  • Steven the bartender works Tuesday-Saturday. His pours are more than generous.
  • Dress here is sophisticated. And perhaps you'll consider ordering the Pan-seared sea scallops, a crowd favorite.
  • Amazing Happy Hour specials - and the view of the city is even better. Plus, it's just a block from our Walnut St. store. Could it get any better?
  • Just good memories:)
  • French Renaissance architecture for this American brasserie offers old style charm in a unique space. Terrific raw bar, and try the venison, wow.
  • Beautiful view, classy spot and fantastic food with good service!
  • Go here for happy hour. Stay for the sunset. Hope for warm weather and open balcony.
  • Stunning views and gorgeous decor. It's never that crowded here; I think people forget it exists. Slightly pricey, but we're in center city, people. Eat a cheese plate by the fire.
  • Warm yourself by the roaring fire as you overlook the chilly city.
  • Out with the grown-ups.
  • On weekdays from 5:00-7:00 p.m., take advantage of $4 craft draft beers and $6 signature, seasonally changing cocktails, such as the Basil Pomegranate Margarita, made with tequila, pomegranate liquor,
  • Nice place with great view. A little pricey, but not outrageous. The place I go for fresh lime juice in my cocktail and different faces.
  • Center City Sips..Arnold Palmers with sweet tea vodka for $4. Loving it!
  • Great for an evening cocktail. Had a Baileys and green chartreuse. Had a dark chocolate mousse cake . Very scenic and comfortable. Bartender amirah is the best
  • Though the menu is not particularly unique, XIX remains a scene for its raw bar, Sunday brunch, and jaw-dropping views.
  • cocktails, views
  • Lychee Kiss is $17 but worth it. Raspberry vodka, pomegranate liqueur, lychee liqueur, white cranberry juice, and two lychees. Num!
  • Happy hour specials are only available Monday thru Friday. Too bad, because the cocktails are fantastic. Try the Lychee Kiss.