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Philadelphia Private Dining Guide

Philadelphia Private Dining Guide

Whether you’re planning an intimate evening, a large gathering or a holiday get-together, a list of top Philadelphia restaurants offering private dining is a must have. All the ambiance and culinary mastery of the city’s quintessential dining experiences, without the murmur of neighboring patrons.

Plan a night of private dining for your next meal out and you just might find it’s the only way to dine.


217-219 Chestnut Street


For inspirational Spanish tapas paired perfectly with delightful wine and good company, take your party to Society Hill for an evening at Amada. Don’t go home until you’ve tasted Chef Garces’s whole-pig cochinillo asado.

Gorgeous and rustic-chic, Amada provides a raw yet elegant party setting.

Lacroix at the Rittenhouse

210 West Rittenhouse Square


Dine with celebrated Executive Chef Jon Cichon. An applauded AAA Four Diamond Award restaurant, Lacroix features two designated private dining rooms: La Serre for smaller events and dinners or Lily’s, a larger space which accommodates up to 32 people.

In addition, the hotel’s Mary Cassatt Tea Room or the Courtyard can be booked in their entirety. The kitchen can fully customize the menu from entrée through to dessert.

Butcher & Singer

1500 Walnut Street


An “Old Hollywood”-style steak and chops house three blocks from Rittenhouse Square. Also an excellent choice for those craving something from the sea’s bounty. The cold water lobster, shrimp and crab Louie, swordfish, salmon and shellfish are all expertly prepared.


306 Market Street


Stunning New American cuisine in charming private rooms crafted by Marguerite Rodgers Interior Design. Part of the High Street Hospitality Group, Fork is at once a sophisticated and unique product and experience.


640 North Broad Street


Family style private dining at one of Philadelphia’s most renowned Italian eateries. Choose from the Wine Room, which seats up to 30 guests and features a sneak-peek into the wine cellar, or the Kitchen Table, a unique space for 8–14 diners set quite literally in the heart of the Osteria kitchen.

Barclay Prime

237 South 18th Street


A boutique steakhouse for lovers of fine cuts willing to push the décor envelope to the 21st century and beyond. A subtle blend of traditional and nouveau, both the main dining room and private spaces are chic and comfy.

While the private dining room is better suited for larger groups, it offers the special intrigue of a separate entrance.


237 St. James Place


One of Philadelphia’s more difficult reservations to make, Zahav’s modern Israeli cuisine is both creative and unforgettable. Private dining rooms are available to seat groups of 9 to 24 diners.