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City Tavern

  • American
  • 138 S 2nd St, Philadelphia 19106 39.947673 -75.144258
  • (Btwn Walnut & Chestnut St)
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  • (215) 413-1443
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User Ratings (Based on 10 reviews)

avg-come back to15
Food 4 Value 3_5
Service 3_5 Atmosphere 3_5

Other Restaurant Info

(215) 413-1443
Reservations Recommended Major Credit Cards
Mon-Thu: 11:30am-9pm Fri-Sat: 11:30am-9:30pm
Dinner, Lunch
Accepts Credit Cards, Bar, Good for Groups, Happy Hour, Kid Friendly, Online Reservations, Outdoor Seating

User Reviews

  • City Tavern

    Posted by Suzanne on 2015-04-02

    Just what I hoped for

    Have visited Philly before and wanted to try City Tavern. Finally got the chance tonight on our latest visit, and in a word, excellent. Husband had the duck and said it was the best he ever had. I had the Chef's home-made veal sausage - delicious. Fin

  • City Tavern

    Posted by marzi on 2014-09-02

    As Good as Ever

    Pepperpot soup and cornmeal oysters were great. Entree salad of crab and pork tenderloin were excellent. Best mashed potatoes of any restaurant in years. Great service and knowledgeable staff.

  • City Tavern

    Posted by Anonymous on 2014-04-14

    Must Eat Here!

    I read some negative reviews and had some locals roll their eyes BUT if you are visiting Phily, you must eat here.! We ate here after exploring Independence Hall, etc so it kept with our theme for the day. The food was OUTSTANDING! From my rochefort sal

  • City Tavern

    Posted by Lawrence N on 2012-01-17

    I won't go to Philadelphia without at least one meal here

    A wonderful 18th century experience without having to travel to Williamsburg, great food and service in a fantastic restored historic tavern. I have eaten here three times over approximately 7 years and have never been disapointed.

  • City Tavern

    Posted by Adam from TX on 2011-05-04

    Excellent, don't miss

    Excellent colonial fare. We went back the next day for lunch. Fabulous pot pie and the best fried oysters I've had in a long time (and we've eaten at "the best" from coast to coast). A "don't miss" for the historical Philly experience. Atmosphere remi

  • City Tavern

    Posted by 1728 on 2011-03-21


    We spent a bundle but it was worth every penny. The beer sampler is great. Scrumptous chocolate mousse cake ala Martha Washington.

  • City Tavern

    Posted by eatz on 2009-02-23

    I will go back

    I was suprised the other reviews were so bad. I regularly eat out and enjoy a wide variety of ethnic cuisines. German food is not known for its flair that you might expect from a place like Amada or Tequila's. Which are two of my favorite places in the c

  • City Tavern

    Posted by Claire on 2008-05-13

    Very Disappointing!!!

    Party of 8 all felt the waiter to be unattentive and uninterested. Salads done very nicely, but $6 for a "cup" of soup that tastes like water? Beef medallions and Trout were nothing special, but the Pot pie undercooked, and filled with nothing but peas. T

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