Behold the Top Date Spots – Part 2!
Bar Chicken is located right on Rittenhouse Square in Center City. This charming, stylish spot has a French influence with a menu consisting mostly of champagne and buckets of fried chicken.
There are several sauces to drown your lower leg in (I went for the black pepper lavender honey) and seven delicious side dishes to choose from, like Brussels sprouts, mashed potatoes with truffle sauce, and citrus marinated beets.
It is without question the best fried chicken I have ever had.
harp and crown by Michael Schulson is located on Sansom Street in Center City. It is a huge dining area with eclectic decor and soft lighting, offering a sleek and contemporary gathering place.
The New American Fare menu offers sharing plates and happy hour Monday through Saturday, making it a perfect spot for a first meet or lots of fun with a group.
They make amazing craft cocktails, like the watermelon prosecco and gin-based Sandia Spritz, and the Simply Smashing, a whiskey and blackberry drink.
They are known for their pizzas! I tried one with crimini mushrooms, truffle oil and parmesan cheese. The fried eggplant (a deconstructed eggplant dip), the rigatoni with burrata and chili oil, the pierogi with crme frache and caviar, and the chilli shrimp are perfect dishes to share.
Another little-known fact about this hangout (and possibly one of the best parts of it) is that a short walk down some hidden side steps leads to a smaller, speakeasy-style bar and lounge, which has a two-lane bowling alley attached!
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