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Kathi Aug 7, 2006 02:14 AM

Any ideas for a business lunch near 17th and Locust? Not looking to overdo it but anything around 50 bucks for two. I was thinking Devon Seafood Grill..........
Thanks in advance!

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  1. Tonyjlive RE: Kathi Aug 7, 2006 02:45 AM

    Not sure if you are looking to be right on the square or not, but I like Pietro's. You could split a medium pizza and salad for around $25. Nice outdoor seating, casual, and good pizza.

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      Kashka RE: Kathi Aug 7, 2006 02:55 AM

      You can also try Marathon on the Square at 19th and Spruce.
      http://www.marathongrill.com/index2.html

      Just a stretch...but Nineteen at the Bellevue serves a good Express Business Lunch for quite an affordable price.

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        pamd RE: Kathi Aug 7, 2006 11:34 AM

        you should try Rouge- they have a nice menu, and if you like burgers, they have an amazing gourmet one on the menu. They have both indoor & outdoor seating.

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          FlyerFanX RE: Kathi Aug 7, 2006 11:58 AM

          The burger at Rouge is incredible!!!

          Wanna go cheap? Walk around the corner to Little Petes. Big plates of good food for small bucks.

          1. bluehensfan RE: Kathi Aug 7, 2006 12:33 PM

            The fish at the Devon Grill's not so hot. There are better places around the square for your business!

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              anita7707 RE: Kathi Aug 7, 2006 05:43 PM

              My favorite place is Tria, 18th & Sansom. Really good paninis and salads, great selection of beer and wine.

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                DanielleM RE: Kathi Aug 7, 2006 06:06 PM

                You wouldn't be too far from Monk's at 16th and spruce, but this is very casual; beers and burgers.

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                  sylviag RE: Kathi Aug 8, 2006 01:25 AM

                  A little way off the square is Matyson, on 19th between Market and Chestnut. Wonderful food. However, it's BYOB - no good if you need a place to have a drink.

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                    Kathi RE: Kathi Aug 9, 2006 05:16 PM

                    Thanks to all! I love this board.........

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                      picapau RE: Kathi Aug 10, 2006 12:42 PM

                      As DanielleM says Monk's is a great little cafe for lunch. I particularly like to order the mussels, they come in a crock and are served with a side of delicious fries with a mayo infused with some type of whisky. Their selection of mussels are noteworhty. They also have a great beer selection especially some of the lesser known Belgium varieties.

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