Supper was a pioneer in the city's now-thunderous farm-to-table stampede. Chef Mitch Prensky serves small plates of New American fare sourced from a Bucks County farm. A found-object chandelier made with JELL-O molds and kitchen utensils sets the tone for the menu's clever, whimsical twists on comfort food. Standouts include dayboat scallops with beet-green spanakopita and a confit duck leg on a pecan-sage waffle. The Sunday brunch is especially comforting and delicious.
Foodies settle happily into this casual, polished dining room that's all warm woods with pops of orange.
928 South St., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19147, United States