Bank & Bourbon
Bank & Bourbon is the perfect gathering place. A quiet meal for two or group events in our private dinning areas. We provide an inherently American menu by celebrated Executive Chef Joe Thomas Jr., that offers creative, seasonal interpretations of classic dishes - all in a comfortable, relaxed setting. Additionally Bank & Bourbon features an innovative barrel-aging program for house aged liquors and creative cocktails under the guidance of our experienced Bourbon experts. Located at the historic PSFS building.
broccolini, cipollini onion, tomato, caper herb vinaigrette
grilled romaine, romesco, parmesan, caper-herb bread crumbs, caesar dressing
soy, ginger, citrus segments, pepper-cucumber vinaigrette, toasted sesame seed
This place was fabulous and packed all the time. Now, only 3 tables at lunch tome. The roll on my tuna same inch was so stale, size of tuna was small and dry. Very very sad.
It was a great visit to Banks and Bourbon to celebrate my mother’s 83 rd birthday. The waiter was excellent, kind, and courteous and the food was tasty. They also helped in the celebration by bring out a special birthday plate of goodies. Thank you Banks and Bourbon.
I’ve stayed at Loews Philadelphia on numerous occasions . I had only had desert at Bank & Bourbon.I was celebrating with my son. He loves a good steak so I decided to give it a try instead
Great steak, I had the NY strip it was fabulous,. A delightful char on the surface, but still medium rare. It was serve sliced which at first put me off but it turned out that I liked it. I was one of the best steaks I have had. It was served with a small salad which I thought was odd. I ordered the mushrooms as a side they were good. For dessert I had the ice cream sandwich it was really good. The coffee was great. I had a cocktail that was great and not over priced. Overall I can't wait to go back.
Delicious food and very fresh
Perhaps I was there on an off night, but everything--everything--was bland and underseasoned and the pork chop was cooked to the point of being tough and dry. The service was excellent and the oysters and cocktails were very good.
Excellent meal. Well prepared. Attentive service. Couldn't ask for more.
We shared 3 appetizers and each got a salad. The tuna tartar was delicious, the meatballs and linguini were just ok. The beet salad was fabulous! Portions are small but we were full. Overall a nice evening out, but I will probably try other restaurants before returning.
They have a limited menu but we had one of the best filet mignons anywhere.
Decent brunch spread. I opted for a burger which was tasty, but on the dry side... Roll was a little dry, too. Parmesan French Fries were excellent... Service was very polite and accommodating.
The drinks were amazing and the food quite tasty. Portions adequate. A little pricey, but in line with center city prices. Nice service from Julio
Server was great, but steak was way overcooked. Server offered to take it back, but when everyone at your table has been served you just don’t want to wait. Not sure I’d be interested in going back. .
Perfect for a business lunch!
Excellent food and service and a real happening bar in the lobby also .
All the reviews are really harsh. This place is actually really good, great time, great service, great food.
Food was less than impressive and overpriced. Checked that one of my list and no need to go back. Basically your overpriced hotel restaurant and bar with substandard food and high prices.
Attended the brunch buffet--nice variety of savory and sweet options. Jasmine was our server and she was wonderful! Super friendly and hospitable.
Previously dined here a couple of months back on Christmas Eve and it was good. Tonight it was a train wreck. We had to wait well past our reservation time to be seated. I had to ask the waiter to speak up and not mumble.
It was not made clear that the only menu was for Valentines day, which was the day prior. Probably the best thing we ordered was the cheese board. $15 for 3 cold fried oysters does not cut it. The pear salad was bizarre. My filet mignon was dry and crusty. I had to remind the waiter to bring out the fries. Our waiter was clueless. Won't be going back.
We had an 8:15pm reservation and were seated 30 minutes late. The service was very slow and the waiter was snippy and did the least amount of work possible. The food took forever despite the menu being prefix. The only saving grace was that the drinks at the bar while waiting were great!
Waiter was great! Food was good.
Went for Valentine’s Day dinner and the 2+ hour experience fell short in every category. The server complained all night he had too many tables to give us the attention needed, the ambiance was terrible, zero atmosphere, and when the food finally did come out it was cold and bland. Absolutely terrible from start to finish.
Poor experience; service was slow, food was horrible- bland and dry and uninspired, menu was very poorly priced and disappointing. Overall I wouldn’t go back.
We did the prefix menu for Valentine’s Day. It was about $20 more expensive than it should have been for the food
Ugh! So disappointing.
The restaurant was very pretty. The food was not worth the price and not great. I have an onion allergy so they appeared to be cautious of what I could have. They told me the appetizer I wanted I couldn’t have. So I picked another one. Thought I was good until I noticed what I picked was covered in onions. So I couldn’t eat it. Thought my dinner would be fine because they didn’t tell me it had onion in it. Nope. COVERED in onions too. Luckily I could eat around them. At least I didn’t have to worry about dessert (which was small but delicious). They should’ve been way more careful. Portions were small, we were still hungry at the end of dinner and went to another place for other foods. Probably only coming back for happy hour but definitely not to eat again. We feel like it was a waste of money.
The server was extremely friendly and knowledgeable about the menu. Food was delicious (try the pork belly).
They have a really extensive bourbon list!
Enjoyed the evening, but entrees ( pork chop and fish ) were overcooked.
Wonderful experience. Drinks were amazing. A little pricey for brunch so having an appetite will give you the most value for your buck. Service was great and brunch seating wasn’t too crowded on a Saturday. Would absolutely come back for more bourbon
Filet Mignon and Brussel Sprouts were amazing, as was the cheese platter. Great value on wines by the bottle. Only disappointment was the oysters - really fishy. Bar was hopping - bartender made a great martini
Perfection from start to finish! The cocktails, food and service were simply wonderful! We will definitely be back.
WE were in town for a convention. THis place was convenient to the Convention Center.
Physically very chilly. We wore our coats to dine. Onion soup was dishwater. A taste of ham was nice but a rather ordinary selection. Meatballs and octopus were okay.
Chicken for 2 was enough for 4--but had no flavor. Would have been good for a salt free diet. The person who ordered the whole fish in a stew sent it back. Not only was it cold it was also NOT FRESH. Smelly off tasting dorade.
Best thing was the rye flight and the bourbon flight.
Convention was fun and we'll never be back. They did take the fish stew off the check!
It was great! I thought it was still restaurant week, so was a little disappointed at the prices.
Although the service was professional and attentive, the restaurant (surrounding the bar) was not at all condisive to conversation. I ordered the pork chop, which for some inexplicable reason was smeared with chunky jalapeno jam. Why would anyone do this to a pork chop? And the underlying wilted greens were accidentally (I suspect) over-salted.
Nice hotel restaurant with plenty of private spaces for dining. We arrived early 545 on a Saturday so it was just getting warmed up. By the time we left it was busy with convention people etc....Food was very good with a healthy flair to it.
I was severely disappointed. I ordered the soup, the steak, and the bread pudding dessert. The bread was good, but it was cold and hard and not served with enough butter for how thick each piece was.
The soup was good, the dessert was very good, but the steak was an absolute disgrace. I looked around at other entrees, and the salmon and chicken were both very nice portions. But the steak was 3 small slices of meat with 3 small carrots, and a tablespoon of cooked mushrooms. This is absolutely unacceptable. I get more food at the street vendors for less money. When I order steak at a restaurant for restaurant week, I expect steak - not the trimmings from a larger cut.
I have been to other restaurants for restaurant week, and have NEVER walked away hungry and disappointed. There is no excuse for this pathetic display. While it tasted good, I will NOT recommend anyone go there because of how disappointed and hungry I left.
Whoever decided to make this the main course should be ashamed of themselves. I can't imagine that a restaurant capable of paying rent for the corner of 12th and Market can't afford to give out more meat than that.
Do better. Much, much better. I'm disgusted that someone thought that was ok.
Restaurant Week portion sizes were tiny! Good food and drinks.
First time there. Food was great and an awesome drink menu.
The menu for Restaurant Week covered everyone's taste, and the food when it arrived was excellent. It was a fun evening filled with good food and friends, we just couldn't hear our friends because of the noise level. We realize we were there on a Friday night, and it was hopping, so we'll just keep that in mind. We would certainly go back!
Restaurant Week is a great way to make dinner affordable. Delicious!
Bank & Bourbon is rated 4.2 stars by 1097 OpenTable diners.
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