We are a casual dining restaurant serving an upscale twist on comfort food. We range from pizza and lasagna to homemade mushroom ravioli in a shitake cream sauce, to pan-seared diver scallops in a brandy cream sauce: and everything in-between. For Lunch we have all the same, plus an expanded burger and steak menu.
Owner and culinary mastermind of French Quarter Bistro, Mark Van Horn’s prerequisites for a good meal are simple: authenticity, home cooking, and a liberal dash of soul. This dedication to comfort cooking has earned the French Quarter Bistro a host of dedicated regulars as well as the Philly Hot List's award for Best Soul Food in 2009, 2010, and 2011. In the bustling kitchen, chefs whip up creole and Cajun eats using unique ingredients such as house roasted peppers, alligator sausage, and fried pickles. Along with their flavorful dishes, French Quarter Bistro also serves up a variety of entertainment throughout the week, including open mic nights with local singers and poets tired of the wrestling portion of poetry slams.
Overview The Rittenhouse Hotel, a AAA Five Diamond luxury property, enjoys a premier location on historic Rittenhouse Square, in the heart of Philadelphias shopping and cultural centers. World renowned museums and art galleries are only moments away. The quietly sophisticated interiors of The Rittenhouse surround guests with a sense of privileged serenity. Beautifully appointed with rich mahogany furnishings and lush fabrics, the expansive rooms and suites offer an exceptional level of grandeur. All provide large windows that overlook either Rittenhouse Square or the magnificent cityscape. Dining In Lacroix at The Rittenhouse, a sleekly elegant, award winning French restaurant under the direction of Jon Cichon. Nationally acclaimed Smith and Wollensky for prime steaks and seafood. Mary Cassat Tea Room and Garden for traditional afternoon tea. Recreation and Health Intimate and welcoming Adolf Biecker Health club and spa, appointed with Cybex equipment, on site indoor pool and sundeck, and offering a full range of massages, facials, aromatherapy and body treatments. Features The Rittenhouse Hotel also offers six fully equipped meeting rooms and a ballroom for up to 375 people. Complimentary high speed Internet connectivity. Concierge service. Boutique, flower and gift shop, business center. Valet parking and courtesy town car transportation Our hotel car operation hours are limited from 9:00am to 11:00pm upon availability. The car is not able to be reserved in advance.
Crêpe Town's 25 crepes fall into four categories: breakfast, vegetarian and low-calorie, classics, and crepes of the world. Specimens from this last group represent the culinary flair of Mexico (chicken and taco sauce), Sweden (salmon and cheese), and Hawaii (ham and pineapple). The eatery serves scrambled egg crepes and other breakfast offerings all day, and it serves dessert crepes such as chocolate ice cream and marshmallow even if the phase of the moon indicates that man should hibernate. Each crepe is made to order and available in white and whole-wheat varieties.
A small shop staffed by an amiable crew, La Crêperie Café presents the versatile Gallic pancake on a menu containing five savory categories and a variety of confectionary incarnations. Capitalizing on the rising trend of billionaire balloonists, the bourgeoisies (rich and light) portion of the menu contains such treats as la panopolie, a rustic turkey crêpe adorned with goat cheese, apple, roasted almonds, olive oil, and basil ($13.50). Placate Italian cravings with a pizza-themed crêpe such as la rebelle, a conspiratorial amalgamation of tomato sauce and fresh mozzarella in cahoots with myriad veggies including mushrooms, spinach, olives, and onions ($13.50). Satiate Francophonic sweet teeth with a La Suzette crêpe, filled with fresh orange juice spiked with Grand Marnier and butter ($8), or opt for more familiar fare with L'Américaine, a dessert envelope stuffed with Nutella, peanut butter, bananas, and pictures of apple pies($8.50).
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