After an eventful day of feeding your brain with stimulating content, it is time to go out for a great meal!  There are so many options to choose from in Philly so we thought we’d help out with suggestions to fit every palate and budget.

View the interactive map with reviews and directions for all of the restaurant locations mentioned below.

Amada – Spanish, Tapas
Book a table right on their website

Good Dog Bar – Burger, Sandwich, Bar Food
Known for their dog themed floors

Sonny’s Famous Steaks – Cheesestake
Best Philly Cheesestake within walking distance of hotel (20 min – 1 mile)

Franklin Fountain – Ice Cream
Voted #3 for Top Ice Cream in American by The Food Network for 2015

Vedge Restaurant – Vegetarian
Rich Landau named Best Chef for 2015 by Best of Philly

Oyster House – Seafood
Happy Hour – Buck-a-Shuck and Closed on Sundays

Jones – American

Mercato – Italian
Inventive Italian BYOB – yes, BYOB

Fogo de Chao – Steakhouse, Brazilian
Upscale Brazilian restaurant with all you can eat meat!

Estia – Greek, Mediterranean, Seafood
Whole fish flown in from the Mediterranean

Butcher and Singer – Steakhouse, Seafood
Fine dining with Old Hollywood chophouse theme with a raw bar

Parc – French, American
Parisian styled bistro by Stephen Starr

Morimoto – Sushi, Japanese
Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto

Philadelphia is known for many firsts and rich in history.  If you have time before or after Annual Meeting, take in some of the attractions that make this city unique:

Reading Terminal Market – America’s oldest farmer’s market and venue for the Tuesday Night Party

Independence National Historical Park – The birthplace of American democracy

The Philadelphia Zoo – America’s first zoo that welcomes more than a million visitors every year

Longwood Gardens – 1,077 acres of gardens, including 40 indoor and outdoor gardens

The Franklin Institute – One of the oldest and most beloved science museums in the country

Franklin Square – One of the original five squares in William Penn’s plan for the city.  Miniature gold, old-fashioned carousel and SquareBurger delivery – just a couple of the fun activities in the square.

Philadelphia Museum of Art – Third-largest art museum in the USA

Rittenhouse Square – One of the swankiest areas in the city

Boathouse Row – location of the 7th Annual ISPE 5K Charity Run/Walk

Follow the Annual Meeting hashtag, #ISPEAM15, for additional insights through-out Annual Meeting.

Let us know which eats and sites you will be taking in during your trip to Philadelphia by commenting below or on social media with the Annual Meeting hashtag.