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Philadelphia - Restaurant with 4 year old girl

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We are taking our daughter to Philadelphia for a "vacation" and to spend quality time with her since her baby sisters usually take all of our attention. We will arrive around 1 pm on Saturday and will probably go straight to the zoo. We are staying at the Sheraton Society Hill. I need a restaurant recommendation for dinner. Something appropriate for a well-behaved 4 year old, but not a chain. She is a picky eater, but we are definitely not. She will usually eat steak, bread and butter, plain pasta, macaroni and cheese, and basic kid food. Can you think of any place that will satisfy her, but still be yummy for us? Also, she loves ice cream--what's the name of that fancy ice cream/sundae shop?) I'd also love to go to Reading Terminal on our way out of town in the morning. We're about 2 hours away, so I'll bring a cooler. Can we/Should we get breakfast there?

Thank you!

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