Friday, April 18, 2014
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Rembrandt's

Open nearly two decades, this Fairmount tavern/restaurant continues to mature with an expansion that has added a large kitchen, a banquet room, and a smoke-free bar/cafe. A new wood-burning oven brings fabulous thin-crust pizzas to an Italian-inflected menu that is surprisingly ambitious at less than $20 an entree, but could be more consistent.

Rembrandt's


741 N. 23d St.
Philadelphia , PA 19130
(215) 763-2228
Neighborhood: Art Museum - Fairmount Parking: Street parking only.
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Cuisine type: American; Italian
Meals Served:   Brunch  Lunch   Dinner
Style: Open nearly two decades, this Fairmount tavern/restaurant continues to mature with an expansion that has added a large kitchen, a banquet room, and a smoke-free bar/cafe. A new wood-burning oven brings fabulous thin-crust pizzas to an Italian-inflected menu that is surprisingly ambitious at less than $20 an entree, but could be more consistent.
Specialties: Wood-fired pizzas; spicy clam chowder; crabcake; cornmeal-crusted calamari; burger; spinach crepes; Parmesan-crusted pork chop; cedar-planked salmon; rack of lamb; bouillabaisse; porcini-dusted striped bass; ricotta cheesecake.
Alcohol: WINE LIST There is a small but smart selection of good wines, most under $50, including Ojai chardonnay ($48) and Seghesio zinfandel ($42). But the beer selection is weak, with good local brews conspicuously absent.
Smoking: Smoking allowed at the bar
Hours: Mon-Sat (lunch) 7 days (dinner) Sun (brunch)