The highest restaurant in Philadelphia—with panoramic views through floor-to-ceiling windows to prove it—recently underwent a major renovation. Seeing the before and after was like watching a stuffy society lady loosen up and trade in her Chanel suits for Armani couture. The menu also underwent an overhaul, emerging as a sophisticated American brasserie with continental favorites like steak frites, moules frites, and beer battered fish and chips. The raw bar is the
centerpiece of both the menu and the main dining room, where dinner and Sunday brunch are served. All-day dining is available in the chic, comfortable café, which is more casual but benefits from those same bird's-eye views.