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Take a step out the Philadelphia Convention Center doors and you'll find a plethora of good grub. Check out one of these fine restaurants in the Convention Center District. And if all else fails, there's always the Reading Terminal Market!
Champions Sports Bar -- Philadelphia Marriott
1201 Market St.
Watch Philadelphia teams one of 22 satellite-fed monitors. This sports bar features original memorabilia and games for a fun and relaxing time.
Delilah's Southern Cuisine
Amtrack 30th Street Station
Take a seat or take it to go from this nook offering down-home cooking from corn bread to seven side dishes, chicken entrees to peach cobbler.
Field House Sports Bar
1150 Filbert St.
A state-of-the-art sports bar with American-style grill.
Hard Rock Cafe
1113-31 Market St.
Rock 'n' roll, memorabilia and good food. Does it get any better?
House of Chen
932 Race St.
This well-known Chinatown restaurant, established in 1973, serves lunch, dinner and late night food until 5 a.m.
142 N. 10th St.
Authentic Chinese food and dim sum daily -- one of the best in the heart of Chinatown.
Juniper's -- Philadelphia Downtown Courtyard
21 N. Juniper St.
This City Center restaurant offers a welcoming atmosphere and fresh ingredients.
Maggiano's Little Italy
1201 Filbert St.
Delicious authentic Italian cuisine with lavish portions and homemade Italian classics.
The Melting Pot Restaurant
1219 Filbert St.
Fondues, fine wines and spirits.
New Harmony Vegetarian Restuarant
135 N. 9th St.
Full-service vegetarian restaurant in Chinatown.
Rick's Philly Steaks
12th and Arch Streets
Pat Olivieri opened America's first "steak shop" in South Philly. Now in its third generation, Pat's grandson, Rick, has opened his location in the Reading Terminal to carry the family tradition.
Sang Kee Peking Duck House
238 N. 9th St.
This Hong Kong-style family restaurant specializes in noodles and dumplings, with the best wonton noodle soup in town. A variety of seafood is also available.
Solefood – Loews Philadelphia Hotel
1200 Market St.
Solefood is a fusion of seafood and cutting-edge culinary expertise.
1026 Spring Garden St.
Great value for small parties and large groups. Features mystery theater and comedy on Friday and Saturday nights.
Tai Lake Restaurant
134 N. 10th St.
The best seafood in Chinatown with Cantonese and Szechuan cuisines, as well as Hong Kong style.
Tenth Floor Grill -- Hilton Garden Inn
1100 Arch St.
Across from the exhibit halls on the 10th floor of the Hilton Garden Inn, this restaurant features great views.
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