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Vote for Philly’s Saddest Restaurant Closure of the Year

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Which restaurant is missed the most?

The Thinker looks even more pensive with a dusting of snow. Situated along Philadelphia�s culture-packed Benjamin Franklin Parkway, the Rodin Museum houses the largest collection of the works of Auguste Rodin outside of his native France.
The Thinker ponders Philly restaurant shutters
M. Edlow for Visit Philadelphia

Welcome to day five of the eighth annual Eater Awards, honoring the most esteemed restaurants, bars, chefs, and more in cities across the world. Here’s how the Eater Awards work: All 24 Eater cities and the national site will award prizes in multiple categories, including but not limited to Restaurant of the Year, Chef of the Year, and Design of the Year. In each category, editors will choose an editor’s choice winner and readers will vote for a reader’s choice winner — all to be announced on December 5, 2017. Editor’s choice winners will receive an illustrious tomato can trophy, as is the tradition around here. Eater will also further the fanfare, running a feature about every editor’s choice winner throughout the course of the coming year.

Now, without any further ado, it’s time to vote for the reader’s choice winner in the category of Saddest Restaurant Closure of the Year. Which Philly restaurant is missed the most? Polls will be open for 24 hours and will be strictly policed for funny business. Choose wisely:


Which Closed Philadelphia Restaurant is the Saddest Shutter of 2017?

This poll is closed

  • 18%
    Sbraga and The Fat Ham
    (187 votes)
  • 31%
    Little Pete’s
    (309 votes)
  • 37%
    Bridget Foy’s
    (369 votes)
  • 12%
    Eulogy Belgian Tavern
    (122 votes)
987 votes total Vote Now