Set on a romantic side street, this is a perfect dinner spot if you’ve spent the day wandering around Rittenhouse Square. Check out the variety of Italian seafood and the alla carte pasta selection. Wine snobs should try to sit in the wine cellar, where they can eye the restaurant’s collection while eating. Desserts are made fresh daily.
The wooden bar and the pink linen table clothes are perfect if you are seeking a calm, quiet dining experience. D’Angelo’s is family owned, so you should expect top service. And don’t be afraid to bring large crowds--D’Angelo’s will make accommodations.