Dinner after visiting the Museum of the American Revolution. Excellent choice. Nearby. Food was excellent, as it always is. A bit noisy when crowded, as it was. But not rushed at the table. Always interesting.
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Must visit for any history buff. The place is kept as true to the original in every detail including the staff uniforms. The menu offers food & drink made from recipes of that period as well. In walking distance of Independence Mall. Reservations a must...More
The TurkeyPot Pie and bread plate served with all meals is well-worth the visit. I'm not a fan of potpie but after reading about how good it was thought I'd take a gamble. It was wonderful! Absolutely delicious with flaky crust, big chunks of turkey...More
We had a wonderful time at the City Tavern. The drinks, food and dessert were delicious, but what made the evening so special is the excellent service we received by Destinee. Destinee explained the history of each room and menu. Most of all, she always...More
Chose City Tavern to take out of town guests. It is a perfect addition to a day in Old City. Our server Alyssa was fantastic and we truly appreciated her kindness and helpfulness especially with the children during dinner.
The food is mediocre. They wear period clothing. That sum's it up. And for some odd reason they have a $5,000 bottle of wine on the wine list but nothing on the menu that you would want to pair it with.More
We want to thank you, first, for choosing City Tavern. We are sorry that your experience did not live up to either yours or our expectations. The bottle of wine, however, is meant for a large crowd or party, good from 50 to 100 guests....More
We found this restaurant while walking around Philly and came back for dinner. They welcome walk-in customers and have space for hundreds, although since the restaurant is based in a house, the tables are sited in many rooms, upstairs and downstairs, even the cellar. Our...More