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The Ritz-Carlton, Philadelphia 10 Ave Of The Arts Philadelphia, PA 19102
10 Avenue Of The ArtsUSPennsylvaniaPhiladelphia19102
$$$American Restaurant, Bar
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Soaring, domed space in a luxury hotel features high-end, progressive American cuisine & cocktails.- Google
"My ice cream dessert was liquor flavored and I chose to skip it."
"Happy hour is great too."
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Michelle P
4 months ago
should have gone to Applebees and saved $100 on the bill... The food was way too salty, and our server didn't ask if we wanted a second glass of wine when clearly ours were empty. At the end of the meal he asked "if we were done with our food"... like we were in a mess hall. I expected much more from the Ritz. The music they had on in the dining room was 80's rock. Instead of a $130 bill we should have just gone to Applebees and spent $30.
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Bob Harvey
25 years ago
They lost something when they closed the intimate Grill Room and reopened center stage under the name 10 Arts in the gorgeous lobby. Fine restaurants don't serve hamburgers, it's still a bistro menu with fine dining atmosphere and prices. You may feel un
A Google User
3 years ago
Beautiful location, great food, and generous service. The space is modern yet elegant. This is a great place for lunch or dinner. The philly cheese steak for lunch is amazing. The sorbet for dessert is a small portion but very delightful. I would recommend 10 arts to anyone near the area.
A Google User
4 years ago
excellent culinary experience. never disappoints. many unique entree options.
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Jacob Kornit
3 years ago
My wife and I found 10 Arts on Open Table, which is very reliable, and made a Thanksgiving day reservation for three. Based on the published menu, we figured it would cost at most $200 plus tip and parking but we were shocked by a $110/person fixed price. To add insult to injury, we were charged for coffee after the meal. My wife's entree was five 1" dumplings and her dessert was a tasteless and soggy apple tart. My ice cream dessert was liquor flavored and I chose to skip it. When we arrived and the place was empty and our waiter was great. At the end of the meal it was busy and we had to ask for coffee and the check from the hostess. The meal, 2 drinks (plus 3 coffees) came to $385. $80 tip and $40 parking made it an expensive evening.
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minou b
4 years ago
Every time, great food and service. Happy hour is great too. I recommend.
A Google User
4 years ago
Hotel dining at it's finest. Although recently lost 2 chefs.
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