“A fine Italian restaurant”
As Vetri’s dinner menu has evolved over the years, so too has its complementary beverage program. When the restaurant first opened, Benjamin had curated a 70-bottle Italian wine list. Today the wine cellar, which has been carefully expanded over time, boasts 2,500 bottles. Still Italian focused—including wines from almost every region in Italy, a rare offering in the U.S.—the wine list now features 500 varietals encompassing both the Old and New World, along with a profound vertical selection of many vintages that can span a decade or more. Additionally, Vetri was one of the first fine-dining restaurants in the country to embrace craft and artisanal beers, and since 2002 it has offered guests the opportunity to do a full or partial beer pairing with dinner.
Marc Vetri's first and most lauded restaurant is widely considered the best restaurant in Philadelphia. Mario Batali has famously called it the best Italian restaurant on the East Coast. At $155 per person (sorry--no a la carte option) before drinks, tax and tip, it's a pricy reservation, if you can even get one, but it's the ultimate Philly splurge.
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- Mon - Sat: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm
- Sun: 5:00 pm - 9:30 pm
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