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About High Street on Market
Described as “majorly inventive” by Bon Appetit, High Street on Market is that rare restaurant that offers uniquely delicious fare morning, noon, and night. Reservations are available for a dinner service built around handmade alt-grain pastas, local vegetables, and farmstead meats. Paired with an all domestic artisanal wine list and hand crafted seasonal cocktails High Street on Market is one of Philadelphia’s most coveted dinner reservations.
Philadelphia, PA 19106
Contemporary American, American
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Tuesday - Thursday: 5:30pm - 10:00pm
Friday & Saturday: 5:30pm - 10:30pm
Sunday 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, Visa
Off-site catering is available
Validated parking is available at the Ritz at the Bourse Movie Theater, Bourse Parking Garage, 400 Ranstead Street on 4th between Market and Chestnut, for $6.50.
5th or 2nd Street, Blue Line; Septa Market Street Line
Beer, Chef's Table, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Friends and Family Dinners on Tuesday evenings from 9 PM on feature $25 prix fixe menus. See our website for more information!
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High Street on Market Ratings and Reviews
Came here for a dinner with my boss (who im good friends with) as I'm leaving, and I don't think we could've picked a better place. I'm pescatarian and have a lactose allergy, which didn't even pose a problem. We got 4 plates for sharing, starting off with the carrot hummus. I literally have never had such an intense reaction to taste when i had the vollkenbrot (german multigrain bread soaked in butter and toasted) with that hummus. The flavors in my mouth made me want to savor it forever. It was SOO delicious. We also got the summer lettuces which were really great. I then got the squid ink agnolotti with clams and chorizo spices and was super excited to try squid ink pasta for the first time - amazing. it rivaled the carrot hummus in the best way. I also have to add that our server, Aaron K, was spectacular. He was so accommodating and made specialty drinks for us (off the menu) and had some interesting convos with him too. Great guy. Then we got the Kenneth Square Mushrooms with egg and it was BOMB. like everything was perfect and working, and i was genuinely sad that I felt full. finished off a meal that fantastic with some english breakfast tea and a specialty baileys drink, plus a taylor fladgate 10yr port. honestly one of the best dining experiences of my life, just beautiful.
The food was excellent.
We ordered chef's tasting and the food came too fast- felt like there was a rush. We also did not like the fact that the server who takes the order is not the one who brings the food - makes for a very disjointed experience for the meal.
Went as a pre-concert early dinner and were out in plenty of time before the show. Food is awesome - lots of choices from apps to mains. We over ordered - 6 dishes for the two of us was definitely on the high end as portions are very generous. Would go again for sure.
The ambiance is fun and the food is really delicious. Nice parings of flavors. Someone is really thinking. But the portions are very, very small and so you have to order several plates to make a meal. We are light eaters and definitely value quality over quantity, but these portions were really small by any measure. Glad we tried it and we had a nice time, but we probably won't return.
Early dinner before theatre, food was good, salad inventive with (a lot of) dressing made with fresh ramps, served 'upside down' with stem intact. Bread over the top delicious with carrot hummus, also good.
Glass of wine was the skimpiest pour, perhaps that's seen as upscale, barely 5 oz for $13 which was ridiculous.
I was at High Street before and loved it, especially the baked goods. This time was a disappointment. The food was ok, but not great. Chicken way salty. Unsubtle overall. There was a weird contrast between the lackluster fare and the ceremony with which each course was served. I think three people at once came out, each bearing a single plate. Nothing against the staff--they were attentive and fine...it's just that the food wasn't worth all their fuss--not this time anyway.
The food at High Market was beautifully prepared and the flavors delicious. When the staff saw that my friend was delayed and I'd been sitting on my own for a while, they brought me free bread with their delicious carrot hummus. My only critique is that some of the dishes were too salty for my taste, specifically the mushroom dish and the cheese inside the cheese dumplings. Next time, I'd just ask them to take down the salt level because I really loved the flavors in both dishes. The space itself is beautiful and I appreciate the open kitchen. Thank you for a lovely meal!
We had a very pleasant dinner on Saturday at High St on Market. We had a reservation and were seated when we arrived. Service was pleasant, helpful and attentive. We had the breads & spreads, the mushroom dish, the smoked mackerel and beef bolognese; all were very tasty. Nice desert options as well. We enjoyed enough to return for breakfast the following day.
The work that they are doing with the products and experimentation with local materials and global inspiration is simply amazing.
The restaurant is incredibly gorgeous and the service is spot on! The chef was pleasantly available for a quick chat at the end of the service, highly recommended experience!
The tasting menu allowed us to sample what seemed like the entire menu! The breads were delicious and so unique. Multiple pastas showed delicious variety with smoked duck and angry peekytoe crab both being very good. The half chicken was perfectly cooked and very flavorful. High Street served as a wonderful return to the Philadelphia food scene for us and did not disappoint.
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