The Country's Best New
Restaurant Rows (Drinks Included)
Five streets where the perfect dinner and cocktails are just steps apart.
Philadelphia | 13th Street
Try three very different cuisines on 13th Street. At Zavino, pizzas are charred to perfection—try the thin-crust Diavalo topped with spicy pepperoni and fior de latte. Nearby, Bindi reimagines Indian standards with unexpected combos like rhubarb-cherry chutney with pork-chop vindaloo. New this fall: Frohmans Wursthaus, where brews and brats hit an upscale note.
Sip an expertly mixed Corpse Reviver or Tequila Old-Fashioned at The Corner, a two-story lounge with a swanky roof-deck bar overlooking midtown, or swing by Barbuzzo, where barkeeps are mixing Little Italian Redheads (vodka, Aperol, house-made lemonade) and prepping flights of Madeira on the marble counter.
At the futuristic Ghostbar, a white-collar crowd mingles with bands like Ratatat and Muse, who've eaten at the downstairs steak house.
Photo courtesy of Zavino