London’s culinary revolution makes landfall stateside care of The Dandelion, a sophisticated homage to the British pub serving updated seasonal takes on U.K. cuisine.
Just steps from Philadelphia’s bustling Rittenhouse Square, this inviting bilevel restaurant features a whirlwind of idiosyncratic seating areas, bars, hallways, rooms and nooks, each impeccably fashioned to carry its own personality. Whether you’re relaxing with a rare cask ale by the brick fireplace, taking afternoon tea in the Victorian-style dining room or enjoying our famous burger in the ruff-and-tumble “Dog Room,” there’s space for everyone. The menu, featuring beloved classics like Welsh rarebit, fish and chips, shepherd’s pie and a U.K. cheese board, also features plenty of unexpected surprises. Made-from-scratch puddings and hearty family-style roasts served every Sunday round out one of Philly’s most tantalizing dining destinations.
London’s culinary revolution comes to Philadelphia with this gastropub. Cozy rooms and intimate bars create a storied, old world aura, while updated seasonal takes on British food make up the menu.
- Private Big Room seats 40 guests
- Private Inglenook seats 22 guests
- Private Dog Bar seats 24 guests
- Full Buyout - 100 seated / 150 reception