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$$$$ Price range per person $30
227 S 18th St, Philadelphia
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

A local attraction - The Center For Emerging Visual Artists, which is situated near this restaurant, is a part of the authentic culture of this city. French cuisine is offered at Parc Restaurant. Here you will be offered tasty sea trout, prawns and French onion soup. The recipe for success of this place is its good tarte tatin, gâteau and macarons. Delicious house wine, Mimosas or bellini are worth trying here. Don't miss the opportunity to order great cappuccino, hot chocolate or latte.

It's easy to find this spot due to its convenient location. The well-trained staff demonstrates a high level of hospitality at this restaurant. The fabulous service is something these restaurateurs care about. Parc Restaurant offers you attractive prices for appetizing meals. The divine decor and pleasant ambiance let clients feel relaxed here. 4.6 is what this place received from the Google rating system.

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Returned to this restaurant again on New Year's eve, eve. For a Monday night, the restaurant was really bustling. Ordered the West Coast oysters for an appetizer and they came out fresh, cold, and clean. On this visit, we had a substantial party of nine. The serviceIs impeccable. Our group included young children through high schoolers. There is simply enough variety to satisfy everyone.
LOVED THE FOOD AND THE ATMOSPHERE, and for the most part, the service. Would definitely recommend this place as a brunch spot! I came here with 3 friends (one was late) on a Friday not too far from Christmas. The place was quite full of people, but there didn't seem to be a wait and we had made a reservation as well just in case. We were able to be seated without our full party, which I found to be quite nice. We ordered French toast, the salmon tartine, the quiche Lorraine, and what I think was the eggs basquaise. We also ordered a round of mimosas but the waiter only carded me, which made me feel sad (lol). I'd highly recommend the quiche and French toast. All the dishes were really good, but these 2 stood out to me the most - especially the quiche. Definitely will return here for brunch, lovely place with a European vibe; they have outdoor seating as well, if you want to eat outside and people watch.
Came with a group of friends/family for an anniversary celebration.  My group of 11 had cocktails prior and took a Uber to the Parc Restaurant.   I did some research and discovered that parking was a premium in this area because it's so close proximity to the museum.  It was only a 7 minute ride from our first spot and would have cost a lot more with parking. The restaurant is upscale French/American with an Italian style look.  There's seating outside in the front facing Rittenhouse Square but for only 2-3 people to sit at a small table.  It's very close to the road but great for people watching.   It's pretty large inside with plenty of seating without feeling like your sitting on top of your neighbor.   Our reservations were at 9:30 pm. We arrived a little early and they took us immediately.  Our server was friendly and attentive. The food was pricey but was delicious, well worth a special occasion.   We all order cocktails and a bottle of Riesling for the four of us.   We had warm bread come to the table.  For appetizers, we ordered salmon tartar and lobster bisque for the table.  Our entrées were Steak, Sea Bass and Lamb Shank.  Everything is pretty much al la carte, so we ordered spinach and few other veggies for the table.   Only a few people ordered dessert which was the crème brulee, however, the server came over with a ice cream dish that spelled out "Happy Anniversary" around the rim of the plate.  Not sure if someone told him or he overheard, however it was a nice gesture.   Over all a great experience.
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227 S 18th St, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Outdoor seating Сredit cards accepted Delivery Takeaway Booking Wheelchair accessible
Opening hours
SundaySun 10:00-22:00
MondayMon 07:30-23:00
TuesdayTue 07:30-23:00
WednesdayWed 07:30-23:00
ThursdayThu 07:30-23:00
FridayFri 07:30-00:00
SaturdaySat 10:00-00:00

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