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The modern deco restaurant is richly decorated with plush banquettes, striking silver leaf ceilings, light cherry wood and dramatic lighting A large, 65 seat bar area welcomes guests as they enter Banquettes are covered in an historic French art deco pattern Ultra suede bar stools and chairs feature brilliant colors such as lilac, periwinkle, autumn, mulberry and aubergine
Le Bec-Fin was a French restaurant in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, that first opened in 1970. Owner and founder Georges Perrier named the restaurant after the French colloquialism for "fine palate". The restaurant has been rated America's finest French restaurant, and the Mobil Travel Guide has traditionally awarded it five stars. Although Perrier announced in July 2010 that he planned to close...
Enjoy an evening at Le Bec-Fin, featuring Chef Georges Perrier's signature dishes. Choose from four or six courses or the Grande Degustation, nine tasting courses created exclusively for you. Experience an intimate dining affair topped off with an optional cheese cart and the legendary double tiered dessert cart, rolled tableside and overflowing with more than 25 tantalizing desserts. For a...
Philadelphia's premier French fine dining experience has reopened. Look for changes to the interior: chandeliers remain, and the dining space has been reconfigured. The tasting menu at dinner is $150 for eight-plus courses. The kitchen turns out a lighter, refined cuisine, with à la carte French comfort fare in the downstairs bar.
Le Bec-Fin Restaurant Review: THE LEGENDARY LE BEC-FIN THAT LAUNCHED IN 1970 HAS BEEN REINCARNATED AT THE SAME LOCATION Georges Perrier has reinvented his beloved Le Bec-Fin --- to keep up with changing times and to give himself some breathing room. Bringing in chef/partner Nicholas Elmi was a great move, resulting in updated dishes and even more attention to detail, if that's possible. Also...
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Jacket required. Check out Chez Georges downstairs for a la carte options and a generally more affordable dinner.
Le Bec-Fin can be found at Walnut St 1523. The following is offered: Restaurants: Continental. The entry is present with us since Sep 7, 2010 and was last updated on Nov 12, 2013. In Philadelphia there are 22 other Restaurants: Continental . An overview can be found here.
With world-renowned Georges Perrier and his partner Chef Nicolas Elmi at it's helm, Le Bec-Fin has been a revered centerpiece of Philadelphia cuisine for 40 spectacular years. A legend in the world of fine-dining, Le Bec-Fin is truly a gem. People have traveled far and wide to bear witness to the talents of Georges Perrier's masterpiece; cuisine that has earned the Mobil 5-Star rating nearly 30...
A list of about 600 vintages includes Margaux from Chateau Palmer and shockingly affordable selections from small producers around the world.
No reservation? Slip downstairs to the first-come, first-serve Bar Lyonnais, where you can order a la carte from the upstairs menu.
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