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Wedge + Fig

Wedge + Fig

Cheese lovers revel in the global selections at Wedge + Fig, one of Historic Philadelphia’s many small bistros. Guests who bring their own beer or wine can tap into the pairing expertise of the staff. When the weather is nice, patrons love to sit outside in the courtyard....

Credit: Photo by R. Kennedy for VISIT PHILADELPHIA®

Tags: BYOBs, Dining & Restaurants, Philadelphia's Historic District

Wedge + Fig

Wedge + Fig

Cheese lovers revel in the global selections at Wedge + Fig, one of Historic Philadelphia’s many small bistros. Guests who bring their own beer or wine can tap into the pairing expertise of the staff. When the weather is nice, patrons love to sit outside in the courtyard....

Credit: Photo by R. Kennedy for VISIT PHILADELPHIA®

Tags: BYOBs, Dining & Restaurants, Philadelphia's Historic District

Wedge + Fig

Wedge + Fig

Cheese lovers revel in the global selections at Wedge + Fig, one of Historic Philadelphia’s many small bistros. Guests who bring their own beer or wine can tap into the pairing expertise of the staff. When the weather is nice, patrons love to sit outside in the courtyard....

Credit: Photo by R. Kennedy for VISIT PHILADELPHIA®

Tags: BYOBs, Dining & Restaurants, Philadelphia's Historic District

Steel City Coffeehouse

Steel City Coffeehouse

Coffee shop, breakfast and lunch spot, live music venue and BYOB—these might be just some of the ways people would describe Steel City Coffeehouse in Phoenixville, Chester County....

Credit: Photo by J. Fusco for VISIT PHILADELPHIA™

Tags: BYOBs, Cafes & Markets, Music

Bufad

Bufad

The pizza connoisseurs at Bufad lovingly create both Roman and Neapolitan wood-fired pies topped with seasonally rotating toppings. Located in Philadelphia’s Callowhill neighborhood, the BYOB’s menu also features tempting appetizers, soup, side dishes and desserts—which may explain its name, derived from the Italian-American slang word for “feast” or “gorge.”...

Credit: Photo by M. Kennedy for VISIT PHILADELPHIA™

Tags: Alfresco Dining, BYOBs, Dining & Restaurants

Bufad

Bufad

Named for the Italian-American slang word l’abbuffata, meaning “feast” or “gorge,” Bufad pizzeria and BYOB draws a hungry crowd to Philadelphia’s Callowhill neighborhood. Along with the wood-fired pizza, patrons feast on tempting appetizers, soup, side dishes and desserts....

Credit: Photo by M. Kennedy for VISIT PHILADELPHIA™

Tags: Alfresco Dining, BYOBs, Dining & Restaurants

Bufad

Bufad

The pizza connoisseurs at Bufad lovingly create both Roman and Neapolitan wood-fired pies topped with seasonally rotating toppings. Located in Philadelphia’s Callowhill neighborhood, the BYOB’s menu also features tempting appetizers, soup, side dishes and desserts—which may explain its name, derived from the Italian-American slang word for “feast” or “gorge.”...

Credit: Photo by M. Kennedy for VISIT PHILADELPHIA™

Tags: BYOBs, Dining & Restaurants

Bufad

Bufad

Named for the Italian-American slang word l’abbuffata, meaning “feast” or “gorge,” Bufad pizzeria and BYOB draws a hungry crowd to Philadelphia’s Callowhill neighborhood. Along with the wood-fired pizza, patrons feast on tempting appetizers, soup, side dishes and desserts....

Credit: Photo by M. Kennedy for VISIT PHILADELPHIA™

Tags: BYOBs, Dining & Restaurants

Bufad

Bufad

Named for the Italian-American slang word l’abbuffata, meaning “feast” or “gorge,” Bufad pizzeria and BYOB draws a hungry crowd to Philadelphia’s Callowhill neighborhood. Along with the wood-fired pizza, patrons feast on tempting appetizers, soup, side dishes and desserts....

Credit: Photo by M. Kennedy for VISIT PHILADELPHIA™

Tags: BYOBs, Dining & Restaurants

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