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Best Restaurants for a Business Meal in Philadelphia

Posted on: September 19th, 2017

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Customer service is an important part of our Philadelphia limo service. Our drivers really know their stuff not only when it comes to safety and comfort, but also when it comes to the city, so if you have a question they’ll be more than happy to help you and guide you.

Philadelphia offers many options when you want to ensure that the restaurant you have chosen for your next business meeting will exceed your expectations.

Impress your business partners with great food at one of these excellent restaurants in Philadelphia.

 

Capital Grille

 After a long, busy day, Philadelphia’s professionals and businessmen are rewarding themselves with Capital Grille’s famous, well-seasoned, high-end steaks for high-end clientele.

Impress your business partners with a delicious dinner at the Capital Grille; you must try their specialty – the dried aged porterhouse.

 

Smith & Wollensky

 You will enjoy an unforgettable culinary experience and you will impress your business partners if you invite them at this iconic restaurant where chefs work obsessively to cook the best steak of your life.

 

Butcher & Singer

The atmospheric lighting and dark wooden interior give the Butcher & Singer an “Old Hollywood” vibe. The menu offers up a classic surf & turf and raw seafood menu.

Oh, and the onion soup is the best in the city.

 

Davio’s

Davio’s is a Northern Italian Steakhouse. Set in a handsome dining hall on the second floor of the historic Provident Bank Building, Davio’s is a fashionable restaurant serving “Italian foods with a focus on the grill.”

 

V Street  

It’s completely vegan for a start and it’s technically a street food bar so, while the food is excellent, don’t expect fine dining here.

The menu is based on street food from around the world. The decor is a modern mix of exposed brick and wood with a bar and kitchen-counter as the centerpiece of the restaurant.

 

Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House

Another great steakhouse to add to the list.

Del Frisco’s is part of a chain of 18 restaurants, so it’s not exclusive to Philadelphia, but it’s still a great restaurant for a business meeting. The opulently decorated building gives an unforgettable dining experience, especially if you get a table in the vault room underneath the main dining area.

R2L

R2L’s best quality is that it sits 500 feet above the street on the 37th Floor of Two Liberty Place. The New American Cuisine is pretty special too; expect a small but carefully thought out menu that perfectly compliments the fantastic atmosphere.

 

Barclay Prime

This high-end steakhouse is an impressive, elegant place for a business lunch.

Part of the historic Barclay Building, opened in 1929 and once the most famous and glamorous hotel in the city, this restaurant calls itself the “ideal contemporary destination” in a city steeped in tradition. Impress your business partners with “contemporary fine dining with a distinct twist.”

 

The Prime Rib

The leopard-print carpet & black walls make for a dramatic dinner setting.

The restaurant serves steak, fresh seafood, and thick chops following recipes dating from the ‘60s.

Located in The Warwick Hotel Rittenhouse Square, just a block east of Rittenhouse Square and minutes away from the heart of the city, everything at The Prime Rib is meant to make every occasion feel like a special one.

 

Buddakan

While it’s not the quietest or most exclusive restaurant in the city, Buddakan is still a great experience for a business dinner.

If you’re taking clients out for a light-hearted dinner, choose this Asian fusion gem.

 

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