To see France's influence on Philadelphia, you need only look around. There's the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, for example, which was modeled after the Champs-Élysées. There's City Hall, considered by many to be the finest example of French Second Empire architecture in America. And there's the Rodin Museum, which holds more of the sculptor’s works than any other museum outside Paris. But if you should work up an appetite while admiring the George Washington statue outside Independence Hall (designed by a French-born artist) or traversing the neighborhood between 17th and 19th Streets (Philly's French Quarter), the 10 spots below are ready and waiting to give you a more literal taste of the Franco-Philly connection.Read More
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The Tenth Street PouHouse is a Breakfast, Brunch and Lunch Cafe with a cajun flare where breakfast is served all day.