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Amis



412 South 13th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19147

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(215) 732-2647

  • Sun - 5:00pm - 10:00pm
  • Mon - Thu 5:00pm - 11:00pm
  • Fri - Sat 5:00pm - 12:00am

Cuisine: Italian Restaurants

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5 of 5.0 from 64 reviews


price range:$26 to $50

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Amis Reviews

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  • Robin BerryTwo words: swordfish meatballs! Friendly atmosphere and the best part is watching what your neighbors order! Definitely will return to this Vetri gem. Only down side is two unisex BR:prepare to wait

    55555 by Robin Berry


  • Estevam RomeraVery very good. Try the baked pecorino and the pork cheek.

    55555 by Estevam Romera


  • Katie G.The brunch is on point!!! đź‘Ś

    55555 by Katie G.


  • suaveSit at the bar, Michelle will totally take care of you!

    55555 by suave


  • J. D. BridgesPasta is out of this world

    55555 by J. D. Bridges


  • Gilles BoeykensAmazing food!!!!! Bit expensive though. But worth it!

    55555 by Gilles Boeykens


  • BrkgnyBal kabaklı mozarellayı beÄźenmedm. BrĂĽksel lahanası kızartması ve kılıç balıklı makarna iyiydi. Waffle harika. Personel gayet ilgili

    55555 by Brkgny


  • Sakib DadiGet a bottle of wine, a plate of cheese, and go to heaven with their Italian food

    55555 by Sakib Dadi


  • Melissa F.Long bar counter for casual cocktails. Nice variety of small plate appetizers. House-made pasta dishes are large enough to share between two people. Recommend if you're downtown!

    55555 by Melissa F.


  • TV Food MapsCheck out Amis as seen on The Layover

    55555 by TV Food Maps


  • Chefs FeedDavid Ansill, chef of Bar Ferdinand, eats here on his nights off. He loves the Swordfish meatballs.

    55555 by Chefs Feed


  • Sarah S.Our personal favorites are the Swordfish Meatballs with Creamy Polenta & Pine Nuts AND the Bucatini with Jalapeno and Almond Pesto.

    55555 by Sarah S.


  • Barrett L.Cacio e Pepe. Definitely.

    55555 by Barrett L.


  • Brad G.Marc Vetri’s Italian restaurant, Amis. Homemade mortadella w/ hazelnut honey, grilled veal tongue w/ pepper mostarda, *tripe & white-bean stew, Cacio e Pepe, bucatini all'amatriciana.

    55555 by Brad G.


  • Rebecca Savillefood, service, ambiance wonderful! reserved through open table requesting gluten free menu, which the hostess acknowledged upon arrival. a trattoria with GF menu, YUP! and good.

    55555 by Rebecca Saville


  • Ryan B.The food is fantastic and the service exceptional. They helped make our anniversary celebration special. Definitely try the swordfish meatballs but it's hard to imagine choosing poorly here.

    55555 by Ryan B.


  • John B.Don't miss the Frascati Wine Cheese with Shallots - incredible dish.

    55555 by John B.


  • Meganricotta and black pepper bruschetta was awesome. had the pork shoulder pasta special. also amazing. the Brussel sprouts were good too and the reserved table was ready on time.. definitely recommend!

    55555 by Megan


  • Sara D.Any of the bruschetta is pretty unreal. Probably the best I've ever had in life.

    55555 by Sara D.


  • Jason R.Try the Cacio e Pepe - Perfectly #aldente #peppery

    55555 by Jason R.


  • Erica N.The swordfish meatballs might be the most pleasant surprise you could possibly treat your tastebuds to.

    55555 by Erica N.


  • Amanda S.my most visited spot in Philly. The pastas are unbelievable. Get the Bucatini with almond pesto and the Rotini with peas and mushrooms. Don't skip the VEAL TONGUE and come of brunch also.

    55555 by Amanda S.


  • Dining Out for Life PHLMake your reservation now! Amis is participating in Dining Out for Life 2013 by donating 33% of every meal sold on Thursday, April 25. Dine Out, Fight AIDS! To learn more about the cause:

    55555 by Dining Out for Life PHL


  • David BaroodyPork terrine and whipped chicken lovers are both spectacular!

    55555 by David Baroody


  • Stephen C.Everyone must get the beef heart tartar and leave room for the salted butter sundae.

    55555 by Stephen C.


  • John JilotyRicotta bruschetta was amazing. Get an extra order of bread with it. Save room for the waffles: excellent. Tables are close and it's loud.

    55555 by John Jiloty


  • Lan G.Get the sweetbread and ricotta cheese!

    55555 by Lan G.


  • Justin LaFontaineJust get the rice pudding

    55555 by Justin LaFontaine


  • Zach B.Swordfish meatballs and salumi mixed plate are great starters.

    55555 by Zach B.


  • Philadelphia MagazineThe tiramisu, which is often available even if it’s not printed on the menu, is possibly the best version of the ubiquitous dessert that you’ve ever had.

    55555 by Philadelphia Magazine


  • The Culinary Institute of AmericaAmis’ recipe for success may be another Vetri family secret, but Co-Owner Jeff Michaud’s culinary start is not. The chef is a proud CIA alumnus. Find out more about his alma mater here:

    55555 by The Culinary Institute of America


  • Elena P.Granita & baked pecorino is a must!!

    55555 by Elena P.


  • Adrienne D.Brunch definitely try the scrapple

    55555 by Adrienne D.


  • stephanie c.LINDSAY WAS THE BEST WAITRESS EVER. & the food was life changing.

    55555 by stephanie c.


  • Foobooz PhiladelphiaMarc Vetri cooked dinner for Anthony Bourdain when he stopped by on the first day of his trip to Philadelphia to film his show The Layover.

    55555 by Foobooz Philadelphia


  • Bullfrog & BaumIf you're stopping by for brunch, make sure to get the housemade pork roll sandwich!

    55555 by Bullfrog & Baum


  • Foobooz PhiladelphiaIf you head over to Amis for brunch on Saturday or Sunday you’ll find a treat: polenta scrapple with sunny side eggs is the perfect combo to perk you up after a late night.

    55555 by Foobooz Philadelphia


  • Philadelphia MagazineDon’t miss the pig’s trotter arancini (to share) and the pappardelle with oxtail ragu (to keep for yourself).

    55555 by Philadelphia Magazine


  • Jason R.Try the Fettucine With Pork Ragu - Light and delicious (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Jason R.


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

    55555 by Alex's Lemonade


  • Christopher D.Best place to get ramps when they are in season

    55555 by Christopher D.


  • Visit PhillySit at the chef's table which is actually just the bar--it's inches away from the finishing station, so you can see every dish being plated.

    55555 by Visit Philly


  • Igor S.Tuna Lasagna is remarkable

    55555 by Igor S.


  • Puja V.Absolutely delicious. Highlights: eggplant caponata, baked parmesan, any pasta dish.

    55555 by Puja V.


  • Adam G.The rotini, sausage and egg is delish

    55555 by Adam G.


  • Philadelphia MagazineThis Marc Vetri restaurant ranks at #11 best restaurant in Philadelphia Magazine's top 50!

    55555 by Philadelphia Magazine


  • Denise R.This is Italian at its best! Jeff, Marc and Brad are amazing! Every dish is delicious. Best cocktail, Amis Punch. Pasta phenomenal. Rice pudding incredible!

    55555 by Denise R.


  • The FeastMarc Vetri's newest spot is his most affordable and most low-key. The house cured meats and simple plates like the Fried Lambs Tongue and Turkey Milanese hit the spot for a late night bite.

    55555 by The Feast


  • Leelee B.Mmmmmm....

    55555 by Leelee B.


  • Marcus B.House wine was great

    55555 by Marcus B.


  • Philadelphia MagazineDon't miss the tender roasted lamb shoulder, seasonal pastas or the fried artichokes.

    55555 by Philadelphia Magazine


  • Philadelphia MagazineTry the roasted lamb shoulder, so tender it all but disintegrates in your mouth.

    55555 by Philadelphia Magazine


  • Matt H.Margarita is one the best in the city. And yes sals meatballs live up to the hype!

    55555 by Matt H.


  • Brendan K.Sit at the chef's counter! You may get a surprise from the kitchen.

    33333 by Brendan K.


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

    55555 by Bravo


  • Lee U.I would recommend the Meatballs. Very yummy.

    55555 by Lee U.


  • Bon Appetit MagazineSimple Roman-style pastas—tonnarelli cacio e pepe (pecorino and black pepper), bucatini alla gricia (pork belly, chili flakes, and pecorino)—are favorites.

    55555 by Bon Appetit Magazine


  • @A.G. Wine - iPhone/iPadFor a full-bodied red, opt for Santadi's '07 carignano from the Sulcis DO. Flavors of dark fruit, toffee, smoke, and earth make this an appealing, unique wine from Sardinia. Great price! agwine.com

    55555 by @A.G. Wine - iPhone/iPad


  • Matt R.Water Crest sales was awesome. Pork shoulder was great. Great place.

    55555 by Matt R.


  • Philadelphia MagazineGreat spot to power snack. Of course, the food is good, but it’s watching bigwigs work the room while nibbling on Sal’s meatballs—that would be Sal Vetri, the chef’s father—that’s the real draw.

    55555 by Philadelphia Magazine


  • Elizabeth L.Housemade strawberry rhubarb soda is bangin.

    55555 by Elizabeth L.


  • Lauren B.love! mix seafood grill is amazing. Pasta is made fresh with heirloom tomatoes. Chocolate budino is out of this world.

    55555 by Lauren B.


  • Visit PhillyAmis is a lively trattoria and the newest entry from celebrated chef Marc Vetri, a former James Beard Award winner and favorite of Food & Wine.

    55555 by Visit Philly


  • Scott A.Lemontellos are amazing.

    55555 by Scott A.


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