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Garces Trading Company

100% love it
One stop gourmet shop
A bistro, a cafe, an olive oil retailer, and more. You'll find all sorts of delectable treats in this unique space.


    • GuyLA
      GuyLA Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Loved it
      We had dinner here during a quick visit to Philly. We stopped in without a reservation, but they were kind enough to fit us in. Our server was young and inexperienced, but friendly and eager. We loved the food -- and we thought prices were very reasonable. We'll be back the next time we're in town.

    • KingJoker
      KingJoker Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Excellent fare and service but strange set-up
      Slightly expensive but you really get a nice meal for what you pay for. I chose the chef's tasting menu and it was superb. Service was great! This restaurant is set up partially as a gourmet deli counter, and partially as an upscale eatery. That's where they lose a few stars; if you are wanting an intimate dinner you'll have to choose somewhere else. The seating is unreasonably tight; this isn't New York. My date and I had to sit at a common table with a bunch of women celebrating a birthday... our personal space was limited and it was downright intrusive (I actually had to guard my plates to ensure I didn't get someones elbow in it). With the market-type venue, this place is bustling like reading terminal. My suggestion would be to step in only if it appears that the restaurant is not busy. Reservations are recommended.