A Look at New Restaurants Open Now in Philly

Whether you’re looking for a place that will satisfy your adventurous palate or simply need a great date night spot, there are plenty of new restaurants now open in the city of Philadelphia for you to consider.

Bing Bing Dim Sum features a menu with both gluten-free and vegan options, so you’ll be able to find something delicious even if you have dietary restrictions. For instance, try the Jade dumplings and enjoy shrimp and leeks as part of a gluten-free entrée. Then finish off your meal with the chocolate bao, a vegan dessert with banana and bourbon.

Bing Bing Dim Sum is located at 1648 East Passyunk Avenue.
Brigantessa serves only dinner, dessert, and drinks, but you won’t be disappointed by the selection. They have small plates, appetizers, pizza, salads, desserts, and delicious drinks. Try their cannoli moreschi, a Moorish-style cannoli made with sweetened cow’s milk ricotta, rosewater, pistachio, orange blossom water, and maraschino cherry.

You can find Brigantessa at 1520 East Passyunk Avenue.


Laurel is especially awesome because Fridays and Saturdays feature a chef’s tasting menu. This seven-course meal runs about $85 per person, but you’ll enjoy lots of dishes that follow any dietary restrictions you may have.

Check out Laurel at 1617 East Passyunk Avenue.


Luna Café’s menu features “the best fresh, local ingredients in creative and tasty dishes that are sure to please.” You can enjoy their appetizers, salads, sandwiches, entrées, desserts, coffee, drinks, mixers, and juices as well as a brunch menu. They also cater to vegetarian and gluten-free diets.

Luna Café is located at 317 Market Street.


P’unk Burger is the perfect place if you’re looking for food that’s both ethical and delicious. The website claims, “Our burgers are made from humanely raised, grass-fed cows that are antibiotic, pesticide, and hormone-free. Our seafood is wild-caught. Our sodas are fair trade. Our ice cream is locally sourced.” Yum!

A cash-only restaurant, P’unk Burger is located at 1823 East Passyunk Avenue.


philadelphia new restaurantsSouth Street Souvlakiis a great little Greek restaurant with all of the delicious items you’d h-“opa” for. The menu features traditional options such as tzatziki sauce (homemade yogurt with chopped cucumber, olive oil, and garlic), loukaniko (Greek sausage), and moussaka (ground meat, eggplant, potatoes, and béchamel sauce). You’ll love the comfortable atmosphere, delicious food, and amazing vegan plates and desserts.

You’ll find South Street Souvlaki at 509 South Street.


William Street Commonis a beautiful little restaurant with outdoor seating and vintage arcade games for you to enjoy before and after your meal. Specialty cocktails, beer, wine, snacks, sandwiches, and a brunch menu await you. You’ll love this place if you enjoy yummy food and a casual environment.

William Street Common is located at 3900 Chestnut Street.

All of these restaurants are located right in Philadelphia and are perfect for walking to if you live right in the city. If you’re not a downtown Philadelphia resident, there’s plenty of parking, both valet and street, for you to choose from.

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