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Casual American spot where the diner-type fare uses ingredients from the eatery's own urban farm.- Google
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Jose R Robledo Jr
a month ago
Nice Almost Hidden dinning place, nice staff working there, next to Fogo
2 months ago
Went for Center City sips and got great service. Will be back for food!
3 years ago
My friends and I ate here for lunch while visiting the city during the holiday season. Prices are very reasonable and food was very good. Next time I meet another friend in the city I plan on suggesting going here for breakfast. I loved the butternut squash soup and my burger was one of the best I have had in a while.
a year ago
We went to Marathon today for a business lunch, and we will never go back. We waited 50 minutes for pre-made food. When we asked our waitress to speak with a manager she said she would take some stuff off of our check. 15 minutes later, still no food. We ended up leaving after a grand total of an hour and 15 minutes.
2 years ago
I love this local Philly chain for breakfast and brunch. Ingredients are mostly locally sourced, prices are reasonable, and there are plenty of healthy options. The banana and honey smoothie is a favorite of mine. Each outpost can have different hours though, so be sure to check the specific location before you show up.
4 years ago
We had breakfast here. The cowboy sandwich was surprisingly good! The lox platter was so so the salmon was a bit salty and the bagel left something to be desired. The waiter, Daniel was very attentive and polite. The coffee was lukewarm muddy water. Not a great place but not a horrible place.
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