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During the day-to-day bustle of working in Center City Philadelphia, it can be easy to hit the staple restaurants and boutiques for a quick bite, but don’t forget to check out some of Philly’s own pride and joy restaurants for lunch. Your taste buds will thank you for it, and they’ll beg you for a return visit.
- City Tap House Logan, 18th Street between Arch Street and Cherry Street
If you consider yourself a craft beer expert, think again. City Tap House offers 60 beers on tap, including the tried and true as well as the rare and sought-after. With an outdoor seating area, daily lunch specials, and a beer list that would blow your mind, carve out an extra hour for lunch this week when you check out City Tap House.
- Milk House, 1617 JFK Boulevard
This is an incredible location that will bring you back to your youthful days of grilled cheese for lunch. With twists to the classic sandwich, such as adding bacon or avocado to adding ribeye or pesto, your adult taste buds will appreciate the diversity. On the next gloomy and rainy day, check out the Milk House, and it’ll take you right back into Mom’s kitchen.
- Urban Farmer, 1815 Benjamin Franklin Parkway
If you’re feeling a need to get more acquainted with locally sourced ingredients for your next meal, check out Urban Farmer for the best in authentic beef, poultry, and seafood. It’s easy to get caught up in the quick and convenient during your stay in Philadelphia, but this location will take the time to remind you to be mindful of your food’s origins.
- VERTS Mediterranean Grill, 1601 Market St.
Ok, so it’s a chain – but it’s a quick and easy way to get your Mediterranean fix during a busy day in Philadelphia. Set up like a Chipotle, this restaurant allows you to pick your base, your protein, and your toppings for a build-your-own experience. From quinoa to pita and falafel to beef and lamb, your unique concoction is sure to satisfy that Mediterranean craving.