The 54 Best Date Spots in Philadelphia, According to Daters

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“Home to spirited sports fans, the Liberty Bell, and the United States’ only authentic cheesesteaks, Philadelphia is a famously quirky and vibrant city – and great for couples dating. Since the 1970s its culinary scene has exploded with variety, and the amount of history inside the city limits gives explorers museumophiles a lot to absorb. But where exactly should you head on your date?

By averaging review scores and evaluating mentions of those highly-praised dating spots across the web, we put together this guide to help you find the perfect place to take your date.

With data from average ratings and dater reviews across a bunch of dater review platforms — as well as Couple Ratio, the ratio of reviews left by couples vs. non-couples — we were able to gain some real insight from actual daters going to these spots. Let’s take a look at the rankings for Philadelphia.

A popular Vegas chain that has now arrived in Philadelphia too, the Chubby Cattle is a unique Asian dining location offering high tech, hot pot dining experiences for all to enjoy. At the Chubby Cattle, things are done a little differently. Diners are able to order their food direct from an iPad, selecting their ingredients straight from a revolving and refrigerated conveyor belt, and then having their meals delivered directly to them via a unique magnetic train system. With such cool tech to enjoy, combined with first rate ingredients like Wagyu beef and fresh vegetables, the fun never ends at the Chubby Cattle.

What couples say about Chubby Cattle

“Must do in Philadelphia. Fabulous place to go with 2, 4, or more people. You get a broth then add vegetables noodles and meat of your choice. DELICIOUS. We are from out of town and we’re here for the flower show(which was also fun) but a fun way to end the night was to cook our own food.” – Betty O

“Fun hot pot experience. We walked by this new restaurant during grand opening weekend and it was crowded, so we’ve decided to come back during a Saturday for lunch. Since we were a small group, we were able to get one of the seats near the conveyer belt. During our stay, the conveyer belt had mushrooms, salad, and other veggies. However, towards the end of our stay, we also saw quail eggs, meatballs and such going thru the conveyer belt. You order the soup base and your meats and they come out individually. The meat is thinly cut and fresh. Delicious! It’s a gimmick restaurant but it’s fun and great if you’re into hot pots!” – 359td”

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