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Vetri Restauraunt



1312 Spruce Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107

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(215) 732-3478

Hours

  • Sunday: 11:00 am - 2:30 pm, 4:00 pm - 9:00 pm
  • Monday: 11:30 am - 2:00 pm, 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
  • Tuesday: 11:30 am - 2:00 pm, 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 11:30 am - 2:00 pm, 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
  • Thursday: 11:30 am - 2:00 pm, 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
  • Friday: 11:30 am - 2:00 pm, 5:00 pm - 11:00 pm
  • Saturday: 5:00 pm - 11:00 pm

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Cuisine: American Restaurants, Greek Restaurants, Italian Restaurants

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4.5 of 5.0 from 33 reviews


price range:more than $50

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Vetri Restauraunt Reviews

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  • ChefMozWent to Vetri on July 28 with 6 friends. In summary, cramped place, too warm, noisy for being so small, extremely tiny portions of tasteless food that could never pass for the proported "Italian" fare. After their 6 course "wine dinner", my husband and I went home and had sandwiches!! $380/2 people, only minimal food and flavor, and mediocre wines...how pretentious can you get! No wonder they can't open on Saturday nights - local crowd would never let this place survive. It's a place for "one-shot" diners like tourists, not local regulars! As Chapter Chairperson of the Phila. Chapter of American Wine Society, I think I know what I'm talking about!! Extremely disappointing and an expensive lesson learned! Thank heaven we had a ham at home!!

    by ChefMoz.org


  • Philadelphia MagazineDinner at Vetri is a performance. The pastas stun, the mains are as creative as anything being turned out in the city right now, and the service is beyond reproach.

    55555 by Philadelphia Magazine


  • Bob BakerEverything

    55555 by Bob Baker


  • TV Food MapsCheck out Vetri Ristorante as seen on Best Thing I Ever Ate , Unique Eats

    55555 by TV Food Maps


  • Chefs FeedMarcie Turney, chef of Barbuzzo, eats here on her nights off. She loves the Spinach gnocchi w/ brown butter.

    55555 by Chefs Feed


  • EaterFrom Bill Addison:"A riff on the American idea of soup/salad/pasta in 1 bowl: A silky agnolotto filled with julienned zucchini in a green moat fashioned from pistachios, onions, water, and olive oil."

    55555 by Eater


  • Liz BBe sure to have the wine tasting.

    55555 by Liz B


  • Shawn KaplanGo for the Chefs tasting and wine pairing. Go big or stay home. Unbelievable experience.

    55555 by Shawn Kaplan


  • diane sreally wasn't great

    33333 by diane s


  • AdelynAll I can say is it lives up to the hype. Great service, unbelievable food and better Italian than Italy. Do the rafting menu! Bierre tasting menu is under-hyped and awesome! Spend the $ and go!

    55555 by Adelyn


  • Michael N.Every Philly foodie should eat here at least once. And I was finally able to prove my theory that Canadian goose can be made into good--no delicious--eats!

    33333 by Michael N.


  • Philadelphia MagazineThe coursed wine pairings show what happens when an inspired sommelier mind-melds with a master chef.

    55555 by Philadelphia Magazine


  • M Lauren H.Go with few expectations and a cherished person in your life and watch Marc Vetri's eponymous restaurant come alive as you feast upon melt in your mouth, blow your mind, smack you on the back edibles.

    55555 by M Lauren H.


  • Bullfrog & BaumThere’s a reason the Sweet Onion Crepe with White Truffle is a signature dish!

    55555 by Bullfrog & Baum


  • Elyse R.One of my favorite meals. Highly recommend the wine pairing. Attentive staff and interesting courses made this a great experience. Plus complimentary muffins to savor the next day.

    55555 by Elyse R.


  • Philadelphia MagazineDon’t miss the coursed wine pairings. While dinner here is a splurge, smart diners know to double down when it matters.

    55555 by Philadelphia Magazine


  • Nick G.Decadent Italian food in the heart of an underrated city for food. Vetri takes the proverbial cake with some truly tasty, albeit heavy, Italian cuisine. Tasting menus and al la carte. ($40-100+pp)

    55555 by Nick G.


  • Alex's LemonadeHey foodies! Make sure to pick up your raffle tix for the 2012 Great Chef's Event on June 12 here at Vetri!

    55555 by Alex's Lemonade


  • Proper Idleness$135 per person

    22222 by Proper Idleness


  • Allie H.In its 13th year, Marc Vetri's namesake restaurant continues to shine. From the tasting menu, don't miss the spinach gnocchi, whole roasted baby goat and chocolate polenta souffle.

    55555 by Allie H.


  • Myheartmap C.There may be AEDs at this location! Check out the citywide scavenger hunt to find defibrillatorshttp://articles.philly.com/2012-01-31/news/31008676_1_penn-plans-public-places-emergency-responders

    33333 by Myheartmap C.


  • Wayne S.My friend's Jim and Jen Vellano (former Chefs at Per Se, Blue Hill at Stone Barns, and Café Boulud) noted this as one of their top meals of all times.

    55555 by Wayne S.


  • Lidia BastianichOne of the best contemporary Italian restaurants in the country.

    55555 by Lidia Bastianich


  • Philadelphia Magazine#2 best restaurant in Philadelphia!

    55555 by Philadelphia Magazine


  • Philadelphia MagazineEven in its thirteenth year, Marc Vetri continues to create the kind of flavors and ambiance that make you want to hang around long after dessert.

    55555 by Philadelphia Magazine


  • Showtime NetworkEven Joffre Borgia knows that an authentic fine dining experience doesn’t come cheap!

    55555 by Showtime Network


  • The Daily MealWhat happens when you pour warm olive oil over the dark chocolate cap on your rosemary ice cream? Well, you tell us. Or ask the whole roasted baby goat. He knows.

    33333 by The Daily Meal


  • Philadelphia MagazineRosemary-scented chicken liver ravioli. Paccheri carbonara with foie gras. Rich chestnut fettuccine with wild boar ragu. Whole-roasted baby goat with polenta. Try them all.

    55555 by Philadelphia Magazine


  • Philadelphia MagazineRosemary-scented chicken liver ravioli. Paccheri carbonara with foie gras. Rich chestnut fettuccine with wild boar ragu. Whole-roasted baby goat with polenta. Try them all.

    55555 by Philadelphia Magazine


  • BravoKevin Sbraga loves this place! -Kevin Sbraga, Top Chef

    55555 by Bravo


  • BravoKevin Sbraga loves this place! -Kevin Sbraga, Top Chef

    55555 by Bravo


  • USA TODAYTry the chestnuts on the side of roasted quail served w/ cranberry mustard, braised so they almost take on a root-vegetable quality or cooked into pasta and served w/ a wild-boar ragout.

    55555 by USA TODAY


  • Scott A.Venison with bitter sweet chocolate sauce. Hands down best of philly.

    55555 by Scott A.


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