On the 37th floor of Two Liberty, Daniel Stern’s R2L is picture-perfect, with an Art Deco-inspired restaurant and lounge and sweeping views of Center City. Diners pair creative American dishes with hand-crafted cocktails or a glass or two from the extensive wine list.
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