Restaurants open Monday and Tuesday in Philadelphia

It can be difficult to find a place to eat on Mondays these days. Hence this list.

Lately, it seems that all the restaurants in the city are closed on Mondays and Tuesdays. The reason is no mystery: Staffing continues to be a huge issue for restaurants in the city, and even with salaries slowly rising, it is difficult to staff a restaurant seven days a week. , sometimes the atmosphere is there, or you have to party. On these occasions, these are the places we turn to.

Casa Mexico, Bella vista
If you find it difficult to make it to South Philly Barbacoa during limited weekend hours, head to Casa Mexico every day of the week to sample some warm Mexican cuisine from Cristina Martinez. The menu is still rotating, but hits include mole, cochinita pibil, and ceviche.

Nan Zhou hand drawn noodle house, Chinese district
Nan Zhou is busy on weekends. We’re talking, like, an hour’s wait. Avoid the crowds by going on Mondays and Tuesdays when the noodles are fresh but the wait is short.

Dim Sum Garden, Chinese district
Dim Sum Garden is another place where the lineups on weekends get really really long. Make the most of their Monday hours by ordering multiple rounds of soup dumplings, which come out faster and fresher than rush hour.

Loco Pez, several locations
All three Loco Pez locations are open Mondays and Tuesdays, so you can get your waffle nachos fix any day of the week.

Murph’s bar, Fishtown
Murph’s is famous for being an amazingly Philly place: an Irish dive bar with great Italian food. If it’s not on your Philly restaurant bucket list, it should be, and you can check it out any Monday.

Human robot, Kensington
Monday and Tuesday evenings are perhaps underrated evenings for meeting friends over a beer. Do it at Human Robot during their Tuesday special, a $ 2 MILKTUBE – their Phillywoodian version of a frothy Czech tradition, perfect for drinking on weekdays.

Kilimanjaro, West Philadelphia
Kilimanjaro is a cozy weekday meal of whole red snapper, chewy couscous, tender lamb, and more.

Pho 75, Passyunk East
Pho 75 is always there for us with a hot bowl of their comforting aromatic soup. Mondays, fortunately, are no exception.

Booker’s restaurant and bar, West Philadelphia
Looking for a Monday 5-7 or a party spot for a birthday dinner? Booker’s is your place, with plenty of drink specials, group space, and a menu filled with comfort foods.

Local 44, West Philadelphia
Easy neighborhood bar vibe, plus a few six packs to buy from the bottle store before closing.

Bing Bing Dim Sum, Passyunk East
We love Bing Bing any day of the week, but especially Mondays, when a 5:30 p.m. dinner can take you from happy hour (which runs until 6:30 p.m.) until dinner time, when we recommend you go for the generous portion of dan dan noodles.

Cheu and Nunu noodle bar, Fishtown
Cheu and Nunu have judiciously combined their forces for a wide menu that ranges from rich ramen and yakisoba to nigiri, sashimi and some of the best tall balls in town.

Pizzeria Beddia, Fishtown
If you are going on foot to Pizzeria Beddia, the best time to do so is on Mondays and Tuesdays, where with a bit of luck you can snag a bar seat or an outdoor table and enjoy a few glasses of wine. accompanied by some of the best pizzas on this side of the Atlantic.

Via Locusta, Rittenhouse
A meeting atmosphere on a Monday or Tuesday? That’s all Via Locusta. Reserve ahead for one of their comfortable outdoor tables, or sit at the marble bar for a more casual vibe, and don’t forget to order the focaccia.

Suraya, Fishtown
For a great group dinner on Monday night, make a reservation at Suraya and enjoy their Taste of Suraya menu, which makes it easy for everyone to sit down and enjoy easily without debating the endless menu choices.

Cafe Gabi, Spring garden
When the weather cools, Gabi’s velvet-lined dining room is the perfect spot for casual weekday dinners, sipping affordable house red wine, dipping in a bowl of French onion soup and while enjoying a steak and fries for less than $ 30.

Stable Clementine Coffee, Fairmount
Clementine’s offers an eclectic menu of seasonal dishes in a bright and airy new space on North Broad, which most recently is available at their new Tuesday dinner service.


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