27 Responses to “Philadelphia: Osteria”


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  1. those desserts look incredible!

  2. so glad you found a bit of RI in PA!

  3. mmm this place looks great! i’m going to be in philly in a few weeks; will have to check it out!

  4. What a fantastic dinner! Everything you had looked fabulous, especially those desserts!
    And those earrings are very pretty! Great find!

  5. I follow you on twitter and have been reading your blog for awhile now. Anyways just wanted to come out of the woodwork and say hi. The food looked great tonight and so did you!

  6. Love the earrings! Antique stores are the best.

  7. That prosciutto di parma looks amazing

  8. Beautiful earrings!

    The restaurant sounds fabulous! Your ravioli looks great.

  9. Lauren

    In case you are ever in NJ and looking for a place to eat- There is an Italian place on Haddon Avenue in Collingswood called Il Fiore, (BYO)…it’s amazing, inexpensive..heaven….Be prepared to wait, but it’s totally worth it.

  10. yay for pretty earrings!

  11. What a sumptuous meal! And don’t you look pretty ๐Ÿ™‚

  12. That bread looks delish!!! I love the new earrings too!

  13. Hey! How are you? Looks like a wonderful restaurant! Next time we’re up in the area, I will have to remember to pay Osteria a visit. The squash ravioli looks DELICIOUS and of course the desserts (insert tummy rumble here). Are you getting excited for the holidays?

  14. Amanda

    Thanks for the restaurant review!! I am from the ‘burbs of Philly but work in the city and get dinner here sometimes .. I’ll have to put Osteria on my “to eat” list ๐Ÿ™‚ Have you been to WaterWorks? It is definitely a special occasion restaurant, but it is amazing and so pretty with awesome views!

  15. Looks tasty! And antique jewelry is my FAVOURITE ๐Ÿ™‚

  16. wow that dessert looks aweeesome girlfriend!

  17. Holly B

    You must, must must try Hosteria Da Elio in Queen Village (3rd street just below South). It’s a tiny hole-in-the-wall BYO that is easy to walk right past, but one of my favorite Italian Restaurants of all time. Their gnocchi are air pillows- so light and fluffy! In the summertime, they have outdoor seating on the patio in the back.

  18. that’s the one thing we’re missing here, too – a good Italian place! An authentic one, not Olive Garden ๐Ÿ™‚

    looks like a great meal!

  19. It’s so true – you have to find GOOD places to eat to really enjoy a new area. Yeah for good italian food ~ your pics look amazing!

    You all look super happy too ๐Ÿ™‚ Love the new earrings.

  20. Another good one that i ate at recently…La Viola on 16th..between walnut and locust…really good…and it is a byob..so the prices aren’t bad at all!! Never been to Osteria…but i heard it was good…will have to check it out ๐Ÿ™‚

  21. LOVE that place ๐Ÿ™‚ i went as my last hurrah in philly! that pistachio gelato was pretty amazing, if i remember correctly!!

  22. Nadine

    I know a restaurant is good when I think about the food a lot- I find myself randomly thinking about the ravioli!! It was a great place and would love to go back!!

  23. osteria is my favorite restaurant in philly! found your blog through food buzz…love it!

  24. I’m dying to go here. The pics look awesome!

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