The Independent Hotel’s neighborhood of Center City is one of the most charming and bustling in all of Philadelphia. New restaurants are always popping up, so we put together a list of what’s new to eat in the area.
Seorabol Restaurant is a casual Korean Barbecue restaurant that opened a Center City location last spring. There Are a number of exciting and unique dishes here including a seafood pancakes, ddukbokki. There are also sushi options and bulgogi beef dishes.
Seorabol. 1326 Spruce St.
Iron Hill Brewery & restaurant is a popular dining and drinking destination with locations throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey. The new Center City outpost offers its extensive selection of main dishes, apps, and original beers.
Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant. 1150 Market St.
The Bourse Building is an exciting new restaurant in Center City, which hosts a number of local events and vendors. This contemporary food hall is housed in a 123-year-old building that’s since been restored. You can find Korean tacos, coffee, grilled cheese melts and so much more here.
The Bourse Building. 111 S Independence Mall E
Brickwall Tavern shares over 20,000 square feet with its sister venue Porta and throughout its side, there are plenty of attractions to keep you entertained. In addition to bar food and drinks, there are also shuffleboard tables, a ton of televisions, and roomy red vinyl banquettes. Try the shepherd’s pie and the turkey chili.
Brickwall Tavern. 1213 Sansom St.
This fresh Center City restaurant puts local and sustainable food within easy reach of everyone in Center City. The restaurant offers a variety of poutines, as well as creative dishes like a Philly Cheesesteak Scotch Egg, BBQ Duck Quesadillas, and Bacon on a Stick.
Sandler’s on 9th. 834 Chestnut St.