The Dandelion

Restaurants, Contemporary American Rittenhouse
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The Dandelion
The Dandelion
The Dandelion

If the lush urban jungle flanking the wooden doors of the Dandelion don’t immediately make you feel at home, there’s no doubt the crackling fireplace, long beer list and soul-warming hamburgers will. Drinking at Stephen Starr’s gastropub is like drinking in your English grandma’s cottage, if she were hip in that effortlessly haphazard way that the Dandelion’s perfected with its red-leather banquettes, floral curtains and rugged wooden tables. Stop by for afternoon tea for an elegant spread of boozy tea-based cocktails and tiers of sweets and sandwiches.

By: Megan Parry


Venue name: The Dandelion
Address: 124 S 18th St
Cross street: at Sansom St
Opening hours: Mon–Thu 11:30am–11pm; Fri 11:30am–midnight; Sat 10am–midnight; Sun 10am–10pm
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Average User Rating

5 / 5

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Really just a classic brunch place in Philly. Although I do hear it's quite popular for dinner and drinks. I had their scotch pancakes which were absolutely divine. Not too sweet and the way they made the pancakes is different than your usual. The chicken duck liver parfait is the most delicious pate I've ever had. The whole table was raving about it and we wanted to spread it on everything that we had!