Locally sourced cheese is always preferable to moon cheese, which was found to have dangerously high levels of Buzz Aldrin's brain waves. Enjoy a fresh, earthbound meal with today's Groupon: for $25, you get $50 worth of contemporary American fare at Noble: An American Cookery, located in the Rittenhouse Village neighborhood.
Noble: An American Cookery aims to fill its menu with artfully prepared dishes and fresh, locally sourced ingredients, with some even grown in Noble’s own rooftop garden. Appetizers include the grilled Spanish octopus, served with zucchini, mint, serrano ham, and piquant padron pepper ($14). For dinner, the pan-roasted free-range chicken leads a rogue gang of braised escargot and bacon ($22), and the wild Pacific sockeye salmon reveals its softer side paired with tender peaches and sprinkled with Moorish spices ($25). Locally brewed craft beer, like Yards Brewing Co.’s hoppy Philadelphia Pale Ale ($4) and Flying Fish Brewing Co.’s fruity Belgian Abbey Dubbel ($4.50), fosters moments of effervescent contemplation between each thoughtfully plated dish. Avoid the usual Sunday afternoon swooping flamingo attack and drop in for a brunch of brioche french toast delectably topped with whipped ricotta and roasted peaches ($11).
Diners will feel immediately welcomed within Noble’s warm, rustic atmosphere, featuring sidewalk dining, a bar made from a 400-year old naturally fallen bubinga, and an exquisite grand staircase. Tilt your head upwards to see the restaurant’s three restored skylights, drawing in illumination from the Philadelphia sky and the moon’s new jumbotron.
Must be used in one visit. Entree purchase required. Not valid with specials or other offers. Reservations recommended.
The Philadelphia Inquirer praised Noble's new chef, saying:
- …the good news is that on recent visits, chef Sinnott's offerings (he came on board in January) seem more in sync with the honesty, warmth, and rusticity of the space. – Rick Nichols, Philadelphia Inquirer
- It's pretty, the food is good, and the menu has a lot of interesting options. – Walter K., Yelp
Center City West
2025 Sansom St.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103Get Directions