Philly's Best Restaurants with Markets


Stay for a meal or grab something to cook at home at these Philadelphia restaurants with nearby bakeries and gourmet markets.

  • New American Passyunk Square
    Fond Map 1537 South 11th Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania | 215-551-5000
    Food27 Decor21 Service24 Cost$60

    The owners of Fond also own the nearby Belle Cakery, which brings pastry chef Jessie Prawlucki’s unique desserts, baked goods and ice cream to an intimate patisserie setting on East Passyunk.

  • American Old City
    Fork Map 306 Market Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania | 215-625-9425
    Food25 Decor24 Service24 Cost$63

    The team behind Fork is in the process of transforming their next-door cafe-market Fork:etc into High Street on Market, a similar concept offering table service and counter seating as well as take-out fare and gourmet goods to go.

  • American Washington Square West
    Garces Trading Company Map 1111 Locust Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania | 215-574-1099
    Food24 Decor21 Service23 Cost$43

    Jose Garces’ eatery-cum-marketplace in Washington Square West allows you to dine in or grab coffee, bread, charcuterie, olive oil and other gourmet items to go. It’s also integrated with a state wine and spirits store so that you can easily pick up a bottle of wine to complete your meal, whether staying for a bite or cooking at home.

  • Spanish Washington Square West
    Jamonera Map 105 S 13th St, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania | 215-922-6061
    Food23 Decor20 Service23 Cost$50

    Chef Marcie Turney and Valerie Safran have transformed Midtown Village’s 13th Street corridor with their seven restaurants and shops, including the popular Spanish wine bar Jamonera and its neighbor Grocery, a small gourmet market that sells prepared foods and other goodies.

  • Cafe Washington Square West
    Talula's Daily Map 208 West Washington Square, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania | 215-592-6555
    Food23 Decor20 Service20 Cost$35

    This cafe and grocery from Aimee Olexy (of Talula’s Table and Talula’s Garden fame) sells coffee, pastries, cheese, baked goods and prepared foods, and offers a nightly five-course meal for $50 at its “secret supper club.”