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High Street on Market (Formerly Fork, Etc.), Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner Served at Market and S. 3rd Street - Old City


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I have a reservation at Osteria the Sat. before Christmas. It's on the early side, 5:30, but I thought better to secure a spot than take a chance later. My only problem is that I'm going to have to eat a DiNic's pork sandwich for breakfast at that rate! Although, I'm very intrigued by Fork etc, which is a cafe next to Fork. The concept seems very unique; a great restaurant, Fork, that opens a cafe to serve breakfast, lunch, dinner to go and high quality local products. Perhaps Sunday brunch.

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I have a reservation at Osteria the Sat. before Christmas. It's on the early side, 5:30, but I thought better to secure a spot than take a chance later. My only problem is that I'm going to have to eat a DiNic's pork sandwich for breakfast at that rate! Although, I'm very intrigued by Fork etc, which is a cafe next to Fork. The concept seems very unique; a great restaurant, Fork, that opens a cafe to serve breakfast, lunch, dinner to go and high quality local products. Perhaps Sunday brunch.

We have a family member who is a sous chef at Fork, so I will blantantly shill even though I've never eaten there or gone to etc. next door. Did you get there?

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We have a family member who is a sous chef at Fork, so I will blantantly shill even though I've never eaten there or gone to etc. next door. Did you get there?


Unfortunately I didn't. It's definitely on the list for next time. We passed by it so I know exactly where it is now. So many good eats, always so little time! It's why we went a day early on Sat.- to eat and enjoy. We did the above and the Macy's (Wannamaker's) light show all from 2pm on...also managed a side trip to Port Richmond to get some Polish goodies on Christmas Eve.

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Had a very enjoyable meal at High Street on Market last week.  The bread + dip options are all delicious.  The pastas and various appetizers are very good.  It's an enjoyable space, very casual and not too loud.  The cooking and presentation is impeccable.

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Sunday brunch here was a bit louder than dinner, but still very relaxed and full of great food.  The brunch menu has something to offer everyone - sandwiches, salads, pastries, salty brunchy foods, and sweet things.  Everything we had is perfectly made and tasty.  It was the perfect restorative after a hard Saturday of riding rollercoasters at Six Flags Great Adventure (the headlining rollercoasters were great, everything else about the park not so much).

I also finally realized that one could buy a loaf (or two) of the wonderful bread that serve to dinners.  They're soooooo good.  It's also possible to pick up sandwiches to go.

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