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The best new restaurants near the Pennsylvania Convention Center

Check out the latest best restaurants within minutes of Pennsylvania Convention Center.

The Pennsylvania Convention Center is an ideal venue for meetings and conventions with its central location and many surrounding hotels. There are already many great food options nearby Chinatown and Market Terminals Reading, in a few steps. If you walk a few more blocks, you’ll be able to experience Philadelphia’s thriving culinary scene and find out why WalletHub ranked the City of Brotherly Love The best gourmet cities in America.

You will find these places ideal for a break after a conference or after shopping. Most importantly, all of these places are perfect whether you dine alone or with a large group.

The latest app by chefs Marcy Terney and Valerie Safran to 13th Street specializes in thick-crust pies with high hydration and a long fermentation process. He has already received a special to shout for a wonderful gluten-free dough developed by chef George Sabatin. 105 South 13th Street, Downtown.

7 minutes walk from the Pennsylvania Convention Center

Photo courtesy of Dolce Italian Philadelphia.

Inspired by Rome Fellini of the 1960s, this trendy Italian fashionista offers breakfast, lunch and dinner in a new Hotel W Philadelphia from Broad Street. Pizza, homemade pasta and other Italian dishes such as Milanese veal are paired with Italian aperitifs, cocktails and digests. 1437 Chestnut Street, Downtown.

8 minutes walk from the Pennsylvania Convention Center

Pizza and pasta, cooked on wood, in an upscale setting – this is the latest from restaurateur Michael Shulson. The pizzeria has a marble bar and crispy American-style cakes. 112 South 13th Street, Downtown.

8 minutes walk from the Pennsylvania Convention Center

This casual Washington Square West offers a variety of barbecue options, from the St. Louis ribs to the Texas-style brisket. Vegans also have plenty to choose from, including smoked watermelon, corn ‘ribs’ and cauliflower. 246 S 11th Street, Downtown.

10 minutes walk from the Pennsylvania Convention Center

The popular food truck has a new permanent home in Washington Square West. Amina McDaniel and Angel King are proving to be favorites of hearty foods such as poppy and cheese, greens and wings. 1112 Locust Street, Downtown.

10 minutes walk from the Pennsylvania Convention Center

Ancient perfume and lattice. Photo by Society Hill Films.

This three-story, 7,000-square-foot, Rittenhouse spot is called the first “Ayurvedic herbal restaurant and cocktail hall” in the United States. Here, visitors have an unusual opportunity to scan the QR code to create a personal menu based on their body type, metabolic energy, dietary restrictions. 1726 Chestnut Street, Rittenhouse Square.

12 minutes walk from the Pennsylvania Convention Center

After making a name for himself in Abe Fisher, chef Yehuda Sichel in 2020 went the usual route with his eponymous sandwich shop. Fried chicken, brisket, swordfish and more are served on homemade milk bread and kvass. 32 South 18th Street, Rittenhouse.

12 minutes walk from the Pennsylvania Convention Center

This Washington Square West BYOB restaurant from chef Iyad Sinavi’s menu features southern food inspired by the French. Named after a village on the island of Cape Breton in Nova Scotia, it offers dinner and brunch on weekends. 1120 Pine Street, Downtown.

14 minutes walk from the Pennsylvania Convention Center

Cover photo: Ancient Spirits and Grill. Photo by E. Marenko.

To learn about additional venues, and for more information and assistance in planning a special event in Philadelphia, contact the PHLCVB Convention Services team.

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