Italian Restaurant$$$
Today 5:00 – 10:00 pm
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640 N Broad St Philadelphia, PA 19130
640 North Broad StreetUSPennsylvaniaPhiladelphia19130
$$$Italian Restaurant, BarToday 5:00 – 10:00 pm
Monday 5:00 – 10:00 pmTuesday 5:00 – 10:00 pmWednesday 5:00 – 10:00 pmThursday 11:30 am – 2:00 pm, 5:00 – 10:00 pmFriday 11:30 am – 2:00 pm, 5:00 – 11:00 pmSaturday 5:00 – 11:00 pmSunday 5:00 – 10:00 pm
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Seasonal Italian menu of homemade pastas, thin-crust pizzas & wood-grilled meats in a rustic space.- Google
"Excellent wood fired pizza, house made pasta, and reasonable wine list."
"Trattoria by the best new chef in Mid-Atlantic (Jeff Michaud."
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Chris Elstone
2 weeks ago
It would be hard to describe the aromas, textures and tastes we were exposed to last night at "The Feast of San Genero with guest Chef Joe Cicala. Each dish was a unique and incredible experience . The pairing of the wine was exquisite. Several times through out the event the Chefs would address their guests, detailing each ingredient and speak on its origin. It was a lovely evening. Thanks also to all those behind the scenes, who work to bring each dish to perfection....... a special thanks goes to Lauren Sylvester, along with everyone involved, in helping to make this event a truly fasinating evening.
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CJ Burdulis
a year ago
One of the best Italian restaurants in town. Atmosphere is great for parties and not too formal. The venison loin was absolutely delicious, as was the cheese plate. Definitely try one of the pizzas or something with their prosciutto di parma. While it is expensive, it is definitely worth the price.
Gale Foster
a year ago
My daughter & son-in-law took me to Osteria for my 60th birthday. The food was inventive & delicious. The wait staff was attentive but not overbearing. they have a great wine list and we heartily enjoyed a well selected barbera. Well worth the trip.
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Howard Goldstein
2 months ago
I forgot my microscope so I couldn't see my portion with my naked eye.
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Edmund Charles
a year ago
Journeyed there with some friends and while the atmosphere and service were good, Our waitress was excellent and knowledgable. The bread and appetizers were good. The beef brisket was fatty and not prepared in a manner that I traditionally expected it to be and sides were a la carte. The menu could have been more extensive in terms of soups being offered as well as a variety of shell seafood- for which there was none listed. The coffee and dessert were good, but rather the standard fare of most restaurants.
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arnie fisher
a year ago
We don't appreciate the servers TWICE removing our wine glasses before we were finished! After ordering Vietti Pervacco Nebbiolo, we would hope to enjoy the experience of fine dining with a fine wine, without being rushed and pressured to leave, Removal of wine glasses to hurry us out the door, is just not acceptable ! If we return, we would appreciate a more considerate attitude from the staff. If we want to hurry, we could have gone to a fast food restaurant!
Dru Hill
a year ago
I went here for a birthday in the summer of 2013 and expected something better. We sat in the sunroom area where there was plenty of room and quiet. We ordered a good amount of food ranging from the veggie tray to the pizza w/ egg. The pizza was decent, but I've had pizza from corner pizza shops that taste better and the pasta dish was average, but pricey. I can't seem to figure out what the buzz is about this overpriced place where the quality is lacking. The roast pig was nothing to brag about as the pig was slightly bigger than a fetal pig you cut open for biology class. The skin on the pig was too overdone and the meat was lacking and fatty. I was so excited for the pig at first, but after eating it I regret the decision. If you have a chance to decide between Osteria and McDonald's, you're better off saving the $500 and getting a quarter-pounder. The food's quality wasn't worth the price.
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Michael Walsh
3 years ago
Just flat out good. The cooking is inventive, the vibe is relaxed but refined, the staff is helpful and friendly and the food is good, all of it. There's a reason people keep coming back.