The Hottest Restaurants in Philly Right Now | Client Spotlight

By January 22, 2016Featured Client
Bar Bombon Philadelphia Restaurant

Photo taken from ADJUA FISHER of Philly Mag

More often than not, tipsters, readers, friends and family of Eater have one question: Where should I eat right now? What are the best new restaurants? What’s everyone talking about? While the Eater 38 is a crucial resource covering old standbys and neighborhood essentials across the city, it is not a chronicle of the ‘it’ places of the moment.

For those, we have the Eater Heatmap, a perpetually changing entity, constantly keeping the Philly scene fresh.

We’re happy to say that two of these fantastic new restaurants are Aloha NCR users!

Anastasi Raw Bar – 4161 Main St in Manayunk

The Anastasi family opened up their third location with a concept they’ve been nailing for generations: fresh seafood, cooked beautifully. Anastasi Raw Bar has, of course, a wonderful selection of oysters and chilled seafood, but it’s Chef Ken Wallace’s culinary chops that really make the place a destination. Delicate crabmeat créme brulée, fat grilled Louisiana oysters, and twice-cooked grilled octopus are all examples of the talent behind the kitchen — which would make sense considering Wallace has worked all around Europe, and most notably, at London’s The Fat Duck.

Bar Bombón – 133 S. 18th St, Philly

Vegan hero Nicole Marquis’s latest project is a testament to her latin roots. Puerto Rican empanadas, arepas, and enchiladas are made vegan for a 40 seat restaurant and bar (a staggering number, considering the small space it once was as Crumbs Bakeshoppe). If you don’t have time to sit, there’s a take-out window for food, coffee, and juice.

Taken from a recent article on Philly Eater

Anastasi Raw Bar Philadelphia Manayunk Restaurant

Oysters from Anastasi Raw Bar

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