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412 S 13th St Philadelphia, PA 19147
412 S 13th StUSPAPhiladelphia19147
$$$Italian Restaurant, European RestaurantToday 5:00 – 10:00 pm
Monday 5:00 – 10:00 pmTuesday 5:00 – 10:00 pmWednesday 5:00 – 10:00 pmThursday 5:00 – 10:00 pmFriday 5:00 – 11:00 pmSaturday 5:00 – 11:00 pmSunday 10:00 am – 2:00 pm, 5:00 – 10:00 pm
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Small & large plates feature Roman-style Italian flavors at Marc Vetri's loftlike trattoria.- Google
People talk about small plates, swordfish meatballs, noise level, osteria and rice pudding
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Brent Griendling
reviewed 2 months ago
I'd been wanting to try this place for a long time and it didn't disappoint. Arrived a couple minutes early for a 7:30 reservation, but were seated quickly. Seating is a little on the cramped side with tables being rather close together, but it lends to an intimate atmosphere. The bufala mozzarella and cacio e pepe were phenomenal.
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James Wolfe
reviewed a year ago
Amazing little place for genuinely authentic Italian food - pretty rare in Pennsylvania at least. Service was good and food was excellent. Will definitely be back.
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Joshua Brown
reviewed 2 years ago
Sit at the chef's table! We were served an extra entree, and when we opted for a chocolate dessert, the chef added the ridiculously good strawberry shortcake with salted-butter ice cream for free. This was my best dining experience in Philadelphia.
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William Zhang
reviewed 5 months ago
Arrived for a 5pm dinner date reservation a couple minutes early. The restaurant was still setting up and we had to wait until they were finished. No problem. We were seated soon after and the waiter got to us right away. We ordered the swordfish meatballs, bufala ricotta bruschetta, two pastas (cacio e pepe and the jalapeño almond pesto one), and two drinks. Food arrived promptly afterward. We were first served olive oil infused focaccia, which was pretty good but I wish it was heated up a bit. Our drinks and appetizers came after. The drinks were tasty and not too strong, but come at steep prices. Swordfish meatballs were alright, but a bit too salty. The bed of pine nuts and polenta they were served on complemented them nicely though. The Bruschetta = more carbs (4 fat pieces of toasted bread). The ricotta spread was pretty good. Next came our pastas. The pastas were the biggest disappointment. They were essentially the same, creamy thick noodles just tossed with some different ingredients (cheese, black pepper for the cacio e pepe and jalapeno, almond crumbs, pesto for the other). Both pastas were REALLY salty and pretty greasy. We had the leftovers boxed, and after heating them up the next day, there was just a pool of oil on the bottom. Not very appetizing. For dessert, we ordered the chocolate hazelnut semifreddo . This was probably the best thing we ordered. If you enjoy (dark) chocolate, you'll love this. For $100+, the meal was a bit of a letdown. I will say however that the service was fantastic. Our waiter was definitely on top of his game and proactively made sure we always had what we needed. Maybe we just ordered all the wrong things, but it'll definitely take something extra for me to come back again.
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Frank Azuola
reviewed 2 years ago
You can't go wrong with Amis or for that matter with any of the Vetri restaurants. The food is great, the place is terrific. If I didn't know I was in Philadelphia, it just feels like a good restaurant in NYC. And then, being in Philly makes you get mor
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Woojae Chong
reviewed 2 years ago
although it was tapas but it appears Jenny Craig is working in Kitchen. main entree portion was joke, how small it was. and overpriced. Only good thing about were good service and deserts...otherwise so so...
Liked: Service, Wine list
Disliked: Portions, Food


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