Tuesday, December 1, 2015


About the restaurant
701 S. 4th St.
Philadelphia, PA 19147
Neighborhood: Queen Village Parking: Street parking only.
Hours: Tue-Sat (dinner) Sun (brunch)
Prices: $$$
Payment methods:
American Express
Cuisine type: American
Meals Served: Brunch Dinner
Style: Talented couple Sheri and Kip Waide have transformed the old Tartine into a Queen Village gem, with a lively eat-at-the-bar scene in front and a slender rear dining room that opens onto a large patio. An impressive debut for Sheri (ex-Django, La Terrasse), whose creative American fare blends seasonality and a light touch.
Specialties: Veal cheeks with fettuccine; fried smelts; sweetbreads with blue cheese bread pudding; smoked pork chop with cranberry beans; cornmeal-crusted trout; roasted chicken; venison chop with risotto; pot de creme; ice cream.

Updated, from a recent revisit

Sheri and Kip Waide's tavern remains a go-to haunt for the city's best manhattan followed by an inventive meal.

The addition of charcuterie-crazy Nick Macri has kept the menu vibrant with wonderful seared mackerel, and a calf's liver with caraway spaetzle that has its own following.

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