Where is the Best Romantic Date Spot in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania?

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Where is the Best Romantic Date Spot in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania?

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Let me start by saying that I was a bit skeptical of going here after reading other reviews, but went due to a birthday dinner. Upon entering we were greated by a warm environment which was very inviting. The staff were friendly and I noticed no snootiness, as others have mentioned. When we got our menus our waiter literally went over every dish, including specific ingredients in each. Now I know some people may enjoy this however I dont. I can read and if I have a question I’ll ask. So their menu says Tues are 1/2 off cocktails, I asked which drinks this included I was told its only in the lounge. Hm, ok but perhaps you should put that on there. I got a “blue and green” martini which was belevedere with blue cheese stuffed olives. Ok lets get this straight, no martini should cost $14, especially in South Philly, this is not Manhattan! We were encouraged to have a 3 course meal but that certaintly was not going to happen for me simply due to their prices. After seeing other

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mystery cafe serves mystery dinner theatre food…

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We went to dinner at bistro st tropez last night (saturday) and had a great time with the food but very dissapointed with the service. Our server was a short girl with short hair. She was probably very new at serving since she knew nothing about the menu or the wine list. We wanted a bottle of red but she was so unsure that we ended up getting just 2 glasses of wine each. Our server came to our table once or twice and we felt ignored. We didnt even get her name( she might have said Nandy or something). The food saved the day. It was beautiful and tasty. Loved everything about our bass, scallops and tuna. great flavor combinations and perfectly cooked. I would definately go back for the food, not care so much about service. Pros + Food, viewCons – Bad Service

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My date and I went out for the jazz duo and had dinner, drinks. It was comfortable and intimate. The server was nice and the bartender makes a great drink. The bar has neat sliding shelves. The place is small enough to be able to talk to your date and still hear the music. I had the french onion soup which wasn’t so great but the 2 dirty martinis made up for it. My date had an average caesar salad. The vocalist and guitarist were fine but I wouldn’t really go there just to hear music. It’s laid back enough to head there for drinks and food on a weeknight. Overall, I’d definitely go there again even though it was a little far south for us and ended up taking a cab ride back. If you live in the area, do stop by at L2. The bartender makes the place.Pros + great martini, small and intimate, romanticCons – okay menu selection, needs more jazz, nights with variety

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It had been a while since we had eaten here so boy was I surprised to find out that Saturday night was the last service here. Gone are the great cocktails, homemade charcuterie, and the great Moroccan…

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