Dante & Luigi'sPhiladelphia's OLDEST Italian RestaurantPhiladelphia Magazine "BEST of PHILLY "
How many restaurants can boast a 111-year history of consistently outstanding food? Dante & Luigi’s proves itself to be the cornerstone of casual Italian dining in Philadelphia. As you enter Philadelphia's oldest Italian restaurant, you can't help but be taken back to a simpler, less trendy time, with a delicious dish of pasta, a melt-in-your-mouth osso buco, or a luscious veal rollatini. The upscale Center City and Main Line crowds often share the dining rooms with South Philadelphia locals and international tourists alike. The atmosphere of the 150-year-old townhouse is warm, inviting, and loud in a wonderfully friendly way. Their commitment to tradition is what consistently delights generations of customers. Old World tradition lives on at Dante & Luigi's.
762 S 10th St, Philadelphia (PA), 19147, United States