2201 Spruce St PhiladelphiaPA19103

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A casual, rustic dining experience with no pretense to be found. That is precisely the focus behind Mémé restaurant. David Katz wanted to open the kind of restaurant he'd like to dine in and that's exactly what he did at the corner of 22nd and Spruce streets in Philadelphia's. Fitler Square neighborhood. Mémé, named for David's Moroccan Grandmother, exudes a welcoming feeling right from the...
by binglocal on September 14, 2014 from binglocal

Editorial Reviews

Run by a self-described "punk" chef who named the place for his maternal grandma, this rarefied yet rebellious corner bistro is a study in culinary contradiction. You'd like to cuddle the sweet piglets in the photos on the wall. You'd also like to order the rack of pork for two. You could order a small-maker pinot noir. Or a big, American beer. There's bone marrow salad and raisin French toast...
by frommers on November 18, 2011 from frommers

Information from the business

From OpenTable: Meme is a small, casual, ingredient driven restaurant with a great active vibe and rustic new American food. The name Meme (may-may) is what chef/owner David Katz called his Moroccan grandmother Fibi and the restaurant has that "homey" feeling for sure. Meme focuses on quality local produce, wild fish, and all natural meats. With solid cherry wood tables, mustard colored walls,...
by menuism on June 28, 2011 from menuism