This cute little bistro has become one of Philadelphia’s secret treasures, and one meal here will make you a fan. Opened by Kirk Nelson and Lisa Ruff with the assistance of chef Rebecca Torpie, the restaurant is beautifully designed, comfortable, and stylish. The menu, as you might expect, is heavily cheese-centric. Some of the prime dishes on the menu are the bacon lattice macaroni & cheese – it’s essentially a rich, decadent macaroni & cheese made with a house blend of cheeses and topped with a crispy, smoky lattice of bacon, kind of like a pie. The sandwiches are all excellent, with some favorites including the Betty Draper (truffled egg salad, cucumber, and lemon salt, served with a side of candy cigarettes) and the Blue Figs (fourme d’albert blue cheese, prosciutto, and sweet fig preserves). The Panini of the day is almost always worth ordering as well. Wedge and Fig's dessert menu is also exceptional.

Wedge and Fig
160 N. 3rd Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
(215) 238-1716