The Eater 38 is the answer to any question that begins, “Can you recommend a restaurant?” This elite group collectively represents what it means to dine out in Philadelphia, spanning cuisines and budgets to satisfy nearly every restaurant need.
Every season, Eater Philly reviews the list, polls friends and colleagues, and adds a few restaurants that recently stepped up their game or have been open long enough to be eligible.
This winter, Elwood in Fishtown, Amma’s in Center City, and Stina in South Philly join the 38, which is presented in geographical order. In addition, Stock’s fast-casual Rittenhouse location replaces the Fishtown BYOB, if only because sometimes (often) you just want to pick up bowl of khao poon or spicy peanut noodles on the way home.
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