Philadelphia, PA Escorts
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Experience the unique spirit of the City of Brotherly Love. If you can fit this city into your travel plans, even for a day, you will consider it well worth your time. Philadelphia is the perfect city in which you should set out to explore! Crucial parts of United States history are preserved here, so be sure to experience the dozen plus historical districts including Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell. Enjoy the historic neighborhoods with unparalleled and original wood detailing (ah, to walk through those historic front doors to my own home!) in private residences and public spaces. The Society Hill Towers by I.M. Pei (1963) are a perfect counterpoint in design, but helps to illustrate a city of accepting community values and a tradition of supporting freedom and innovation. Last, but not least, eat a fresh Philly Cheesesteak. I won’t (can’t?) point out the true original shop, but, as a pro tip, they are all great; have a few.
Philadelphia Bars and Date Spots
14 N Front St
Philadelphia, PA 19106
Voted Old City’s favorite Italian restaurant, Panorama brings those authentic flavors you could only find in Northern Italy, right here to you in the new world. The Wine Bar at Panorama is the premier Philadelphia wine bar, home to a wine preservation and dispensing system as honored by none other than the Guinness Book of World Records.
10 S 2nd St
Philadelphia, PA 19106
Cuba Libre is a restaurant & Rum Bar in an energetic setting. The homage really comes in handy when everyone endeavors to stay out of doors as much as possible when the weather heats up. Speaking of, the open-air setting, tropical ambiance, vintage décor, upbeat Latin music and delectable menu, really get you on your feet. On Friday and Saturday nights, the action gets even hotter with colorful show routines by professional salsa dancers. It is a good idea to reserve a table, between having a perfect stage for your own show, and a view of the best Cuban dancers outside of the island.
847 N 3rd St
Philadelphia, PA 19123
Ortlieb's is literally the definition of live jazz, in the Northern Liberties neighborhood of Philadelphia. The old school jam sessions are a refreshing and regular awesome occurrence. Even if you are new to jazz, the parade of musicians who come together to play will blow your mind, and then the big names come through all the time too. And since Ortlieb's is a native son of the Brotherly Love city, they show love to every kind of music, from live rock, to indie, funk, and more, presented by some of Philly's finest talents. Full menu offered until midnight includes the best mouth-watering ribs. Perfect spot to spend an entire evening.
Butcher & Singer
1500 Walnut St
Philadelphia, PA 19102
Classic American steaks and chops. Stephen Starr’s cuisine is excellent as expected. With frigid martini in hand, the raw bar is a fantastic gateway to a bygone era. The open kitchen can delight on any request for steak, lamb chops, fish, lobster, and more. Butcher & Singer was awarded best décor by Zagat. Try to imagine soaring ceilings, sophisticated early Hollywood set, with elegantly sumptuous luxurious detail from foundation to finishing touch.
237 S 18th St
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Luxury boutique steakhouse. In the late 17th century, William Penn planned Rittenhouse Square as one of five original parks for the city. The Barclay Hotel opened to fanfare and acclaim during the roaring 20s. The classic barclay prime steakhouse is true to its exquisite tradition, and is the ideal elegant dining destination.