Thursday, April 17, 2014
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Silk City

Reopened under new owner Mark Bee, Silk City is in the center of the action in this eclectic neighborhood. The menu is old time comfort food favorites, updated classics and one of the city's best brunches. The 1950's stainless steel dining car radiates a warm red glow; there's an adjoining club where disco ball chandeliers illuminate black velvet paintings. An eclectic, vibrant crowd comes nightly for a variety of live bands and DJs in a truly unique setting.

Silk City


435 Spring Garden St
Philadelphia , PA 19123
(215) 592-8838
Neighborhood: Northern Liberties Parking: Street parking only.
Handicap access: Wheelchair accessible in lounge only.
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Cuisine type: American
Meals Served:   Brunch   Dinner   Late Night
Style: Reopened under new owner Mark Bee, Silk City is in the center of the action in this eclectic neighborhood. The menu is old time comfort food favorites, updated classics and one of the city's best brunches. The 1950's stainless steel dining car radiates a warm red glow; there's an adjoining club where disco ball chandeliers illuminate black velvet paintings. An eclectic, vibrant crowd comes nightly for a variety of live bands and DJs in a truly unique setting.
Specialties: Chili; Thai ribs; empanadas; quesadilla; wings; fried squid and rock shrimp; the "ultimate BLT"; burger; fried chicken; meat loaf; Thai shrimp-red rice special; chocolate banana bread pudding; Butterfinger cannoli; Key lime pie.
Alcohol: A small list of eclectic value wines, like a crisp white Argentine Torrontes. Also, a nice selection of craft beers, like Brooklyn's Belgian-style No. 1, and quaffable mixed drinks.
Hours: Dinner every night, 5 p.m.-1 a.m. Brunch Saturdays and Sundays, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Reservations: Not required