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Hungry for New American eats? These 3 new Philadelphia spots have you covered

So you're hungry—and you're ready for some New American food. Good news: we've found the freshest spots to satisfy your appetite. Here are the newest places to check out the next time you're in the mood for New American food.

Jean-Georges Philadelphia

1 N. 19th St., Floor 59, Logan Square

photo: wil s./yelp

Jean-Georges Philadelphia is a New American spot.

Diners take a 48-second ride in a glass elevator to this upscale spot in the Four Seasons Hotel, which was founded by world-renowned chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten.

With a four-star Yelp rating out 10 reviews, Jean-Georges Philadelphia is still finding its way, but it's early days.

Yelper Felicia Y., who reviewed Jean-Georges Philadelphia on August 15, wrote, "I cannot think of any other place in Philly with an exceptional view to dine. Personal favorites are the tuna tartare, sweet corn dumplings with truffle and the sea bass. Dessert was also one of the highlights."

JG SkyHigh

1 N. 19th St., Floor 60, Logan Square

Photo: Siyuan S./Yelp

JG SkyHigh is a bar and New American spot, offering seafood and more.

On the menu, look for light bites like tuna tartare-stuffed lettuce wraps.

JG SkyHigh currently holds 4.5 stars out of eight reviews on Yelp, indicating fair reviews.

Yelper Pinky P., who reviewed JG SkyHigh on August 13, wrote, "I had the tacos, guacamole and truffle pizza, which were all tasty. The drink menu is quite original, too."

    Felly Bistro On Pass

    769 E. Passyunk Ave., Queen Village

    photo: felipe m./yelp

    Felly Bistro On Pass is a New American, French and Puerto Rican spot.

    This new business offers plates like roast pork empanadas, Spanish octopus and the plant-based Beyond burger.

    Yelp users are excited about Felly Bistro On Pass, which currently holds 4.5 stars out of 19 reviews on the site.

    Yelper Justin D., who was one of the first users to visit Felly Bistro On Pass on August 16, wrote, "Not only was the staff friendly and knowledgeable, but the food was tasty. Every person at the table mentioned how flavorful and well done each dish was."

    Mike D. noted, "This is a neighborhood gem. In a location that has had its fair share of mediocre joints, a star has risen. The menu has flaky empanadas and salmon miso that delivers all the flavor you desire."

    Looking for the best of the best when it comes to New American places? Check out the most popular New American spots in Philadelphia.


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