Eating at home can save money, but if you don't leave the house you'll never meet a rich stranger who will give you all his money in return for raising his adult children. Get out there with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $15 for $30 worth of Mexican fare for two
- $29 for $60 worth of Mexican fare for four
Noche's new menu includes small-plate options such as pastel azteca, a dish of layered flour tortillas enveloping shredded chicken and monterey jack, topped with salsa, queso fresco, sour cream, and avocado ($10). Diners may also feast on huaraches, flatbreads made from corn masa, lined with options such as pulled pork ($11) or herb ricotta, sautéed mushrooms, poblano rajas, and grilled red onion ($10).
For late-night dining, Noche's kitchen is now open until 12 a.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday and until 11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday.
Noche's owners like seeing people come together. It even says so on the menu just beneath the list of small plates, which are "all meant for sharing." As the Mexican dishes' aromas waft forth from the kitchen, the bartenders awaken palates by pouring 14 tequilas, as well as mixing classic and specialty margaritas that are scrawled across a blackboard. From there, the restaurant spreads out in to spaces with distinct energies. The main dining space invites patrons to relax amid comfy green booths, large windows that filter in the streetlights, and a tin ceiling and library that give the room a vintage feel. The atmosphere picks up liveliness toward the bar, where guests can shoot pool, watch the bartenders in action, or ponder which of the letters on the ATM machine stands for money.
The food and drinks are good, and it's cool to be in there as it gets dark. Since it's almost entirely surrounded by windowsAlison K.
Great beer/drink specials and perfect location. Recently refreshed decorNick J.
1901 Chestnut St.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103Get Directions