Where To Eat

The Kirkwood area hosts a full array of dining options — everything from pizza to brunch to bakeries.

Le Petit Marche
Breakfast, brunch, and lunch.

Dulce Vegan
Specializing in 100% vegan and allergy friendly cupcakes, cakes, wedding cakes, cookies, soups, sandwiches, coffee and tea.

The Pullman
Kirkwood neighborhood’s gastropub, serving a seasonal selection of continental American cuisine.

Sun in my Belly
The quintessential European neighborhood cafe.

Ann’s Snack Bar
Home of the world famous Ghetto Burger.

Wyatt’s Country BBQ
BBQ and other Southern favorites such as mac ‘n’ cheese.

Taproom Coffee
Taproom Coffee is a specialty coffee and craft beer bar.

Elmyriachi
Restaurant and cantina.

Dolphins Water Ice Factory
Specializing in Philadelphia’s Italian ice.

Urban Pie
Local, Kirkwood-style pizza.

Arden’s Garden
Fruit juices and smoothies.

Subway
The original eat-fresh fast food joint.

The Spotted Trotter
A charcuterie that serves the best from locally sourced and responsibly raised animals.

Morris Restaurant & Lounge
A dive bar and one of Kirkwood’s oldest black-owned businesses.

Anna’s BBQ
Local BBQ plates.

Kirkyard Public House
Neighborhood pub serving “Local Craft on Draft”.

My Coffee Shop @ East Lake
Home of the amazing Basil Lemonade.

Ration & Dram
Locally sourced, farm-to-table Southern dining.

Dish Dive
For people who have tasted the ‘good-life’ but can’t afford it seven days a week.

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