Popular restaurants in Philadelphia

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White Dog Cafe-Haverford
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Contemporary American | Havertown
White Dog Cafe - Wayne
(912)
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Contemporary American | Wayne
Seasons 52 - King of Prussia
(1028)
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American | King of Prussia
Eddie V's - King Of Prussia
(833)
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Seafood | King of Prussia
Enoteca Tredici
(402)
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Italian | Bryn Mawr
Estia Taverna – Radnor
(486)
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Greek | Radnor
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Treat your taste buds: Explore Emmaus restaurants.

    Discover Emmaus

    Emmaus, surrounded by farmland and minutes from Lehigh University, is home to the farm-fresh meat, vegetables, fruit and milk products that elevate meals by Lehigh Valley chefs. Contemporary Emmaus restaurants offer American, French, Italian, Mediterranean, Mexican, Thai and vegetarian cuisine. Historic wineries in Emmaus offer refined casual dining. Beef tenderloin, pork, chicken, duck and seafood accentuate their exceptional wine pairings on seasonal menus. For a fun daytime meal, choose French classic crepes or quiche, or opt for a hearty dinner at a Brazilian or American steakhouse. You can relax in a friendly casual Mexican atmosphere, grab a sandwich or salad to go from the extensive menu of a delicatessen or enjoy a home-cooked meal in an American restaurant.

    Discover Emmaus

    Emmaus, surrounded by farmland and minutes from Lehigh University, is home to the farm-fresh meat, vegetables, fruit and milk products that elevate meals by Lehigh Valley chefs. Contemporary Emmaus restaurants offer American, French, Italian, Mediterranean, Mexican, Thai and vegetarian cuisine. Historic wineries in Emmaus offer refined casual dining. Beef tenderloin, pork, chicken, duck and seafood accentuate their exceptional wine pairings on seasonal menus. For a fun daytime meal, choose French classic crepes or quiche, or opt for a hearty dinner at a Brazilian or American steakhouse. You can relax in a friendly casual Mexican atmosphere, grab a sandwich or salad to go from the extensive menu of a delicatessen or enjoy a home-cooked meal in an American restaurant.