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1. El Rey

Satisfy your Mexican food craving for $9.99 at this Starr cantina in Rittenhouse, where your Hamilton gets you two courses plus complimentary chips and salsa. Start with a soup, salad or nachos and continue with a hot dish like enchiladas or quesadillas. Be sure to look for daily special additions to the menu, which is offered weekdays from 11:30 AM-4 PM.

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2. McGillin’s Olde Ale House

Hearty food and a homey, relaxed atmosphere are just a few of the things that have made it a favorite for so many years. including Maryland crab cakes, shepherd’s pie and the popular “Mile High Meatloaf.” The sandwiches are all under $8 and include soup, a bag of potato chips, homemade coleslaw and a pickle — grilled Reuben, hot roast beef, cheesesteak and meatball are just a few of the available choices. Lunch is served from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. (with many of the items available all the way until 1 a.m.), but the soup special is limited to 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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3. Opa

the best deal is the $10 “Mediterranean Express. ” Choose either a half sandwich with soup and house-cut oregano fries or a half sandwich paired with a half salad. Sandwich options include the Greek roast pork, crispy chicken panini, or the lamb, veggie or chicken gyro.

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4. Tria Taproom

From noon-4 PM weekdays at this sleek Rittenhouse tavern, $14 will bring you two courses with several choices from each. Start with pumpkin seed-goat cheese spinach salad and follow it with cauliflower mac ‘n’ cheese and you’ll be $6 richer than if you ordered them separately. Bonus: free refills on all nonalcoholic beverages, including Sprecher root beer on tap.

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5. Hiro Ramen

Beer or wine can be paired with a gourmet prix fixe dinner in an intimate townhouse setting.

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6. Helm

New American dishes made with local ingredients fill the blackboard menu at this small BYO spot.

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7. Volver

Celeb chef Jose Garces' mod-meets-industrial American hot spot offering 2 ambitious tasting menus.

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8. Marigold Kitchen

Upscale, BYOB eatery offering avant-garde New American tasting menus in a former Victorian home

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9. Pumpkin

Cozy, BYOB eatery featuring a seasonal menu of creatively prepared New American cuisine.

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10. Serpico

Serpico is a collaboration between James Beard Award-winning chef Peter Serpico and restaurateur Stephen Starr. Located on South Street, the 60-seater has a true neighborhood feel, with cozy booths, counter seating and a small bar at which the full menu is available. Serving dinner only, the cuisine is ingredient-driven offering a seasonally evolving menu of playful yet familiar takes on global fare.A small hand-picked list of food-friendly wines perfectly complements the menu and a quality cocktail program features boutique spirits.

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