Gi Gi Restaurant & Lounge

★★★★★
  • 319 Market St

    Philadelphia, PA 19106

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  • 215-574-8880

About Gi Gi Restaurant & Lounge

Hours
Monday 11:00 AM - 2:00 AM Tuesday 11:00 AM - 2:00 AM Wednesday 11:00 AM - 2:00 AM Thursday 11:00 AM - 2:00 AM Friday 11:00 AM - 2:00 AM Saturday 11:00 AM - 2:00 AM Sunday 10:00 AM - 2:00 AM

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Food is great but you need to ask for home fries although the brunch menu states you receive them. Staff is friendly and helpful.

3
★★★★★

Food is great but you need to ask for home fries although the brunch menu states you receive them. Staff is friendly and helpful.

Pros: outside dining, great food

Cons: menu can be confusing

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The worst service in town. Food was ok. I had reservation at 8pm I didn't get done eating until 11pm. We had 4 courses meal it took about 45 mins in between. Never again.

3
★★★★★

The worst service in town. Food was ok. I had reservation at 8pm I didn't get done eating until 11pm. We had 4 courses meal it took about 45 mins in between. Never again.

Pros: n/a

Cons: services

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With it being my first night in the city, I was in search for a nice upscale dinner. A very friendly guy noticed us walk by & asked if we'd like to see a menu. We said, no, but maybe 1 drink before checking out the rest of Market Street.

3
★★★★★

With it being my first night in the city, I was in search for a nice upscale dinner. A very friendly guy noticed us walk by & asked if we'd like to see a menu. We said, no, but maybe 1 drink before checking out the rest of Market Street.

Pros: Pizza Filet...enough said

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This is by far the worst restaurant i've ever had in Philadelphia, after dining and wining here for three and half years.

Don't we tip based on the quality of the service? Restaurants can't put tips on their bills, unless it's a party of

3
★★★★★

This is by far the worst restaurant i've ever had in Philadelphia, after dining and wining here for three and half years.

Don't we tip based on the quality of the service? Restaurants can't put tips on their bills, unless it's a party of

Cons: tips on the check???!!!

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Everything about my experience at Gigi's was wonderful. I was in town traveling, had a long day, and wanted someplace where I could sit at the bar, watch basketball, and eat good food and drink good local beer. Kathryn, the bartender,

3
★★★★★

Everything about my experience at Gigi's was wonderful. I was in town traveling, had a long day, and wanted someplace where I could sit at the bar, watch basketball, and eat good food and drink good local beer. Kathryn, the bartender,

Pros: Food, service, atmosphere

Cons: Few local draft beers

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Went here for restaurant week but showed up too early for the restaurant week menu, our server convinced the chef to begun preparing it early just for us! Every single dish was mouth-watering and delicious. The service was unbeatable;

3
★★★★★

Went here for restaurant week but showed up too early for the restaurant week menu, our server convinced the chef to begun preparing it early just for us! Every single dish was mouth-watering and delicious. The service was unbeatable;

Pros: incredible food, amazing service

Cons: no real distinction between restaurant and bar

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Went for restaurant week - 4 courses and seating availability looked like a solid bet. I started with the crab soup, wife went with the salad. Soup was sort of cold, but had good flavor, so I didnt mind. Wife enjoyed the salad. Next course

3
★★★★★

Went for restaurant week - 4 courses and seating availability looked like a solid bet. I started with the crab soup, wife went with the salad. Soup was sort of cold, but had good flavor, so I didnt mind. Wife enjoyed the salad. Next course

Pros: Location, ambiance, service, app's and drinks

Cons: Dinner entree's, value proposition

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Probably one of the worse places I've ever been to. First, we ordered a pitcher of mojito, which tasted like watered down limeade and it was more ice than the pitcher can hold. Got about 3 cups out of that one pitcher and was definitely

3
★★★★★

Probably one of the worse places I've ever been to. First, we ordered a pitcher of mojito, which tasted like watered down limeade and it was more ice than the pitcher can hold. Got about 3 cups out of that one pitcher and was definitely

Pros: Nice waitress, atmosphere, being in olde city

Cons: Food, bill, watered down drinks

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We went to Gigi's for dinner to kick off my friend's bachelorette party and it was AMAZING! Our waitress was up beat and very attentive. She came out to meet us as we walked up and made us feel welcome right away. She reccommended the red

3
★★★★★

We went to Gigi's for dinner to kick off my friend's bachelorette party and it was AMAZING! Our waitress was up beat and very attentive. She came out to meet us as we walked up and made us feel welcome right away. She reccommended the red

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A cozy, romantic atmosphere. Excellent food! The prices are typical for a city restaurant. The portions are little bigger than most city restaurants. The service was excellent but we went earlier in the evening before it got busy. It does get pretty busy in the evenings so I would recommend getting there earlier unless you don't mind waiting a little.

4
★★★★☆

A cozy, romantic atmosphere. Excellent food! The prices are typical for a city restaurant. The portions are little bigger than most city restaurants. The service was excellent but we went earlier in the evening before it got busy. It does get pretty busy in the evenings so I would recommend getting there earlier unless you don't mind waiting a little.

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When I think of Old City on a typical weekend night, I'm immediately turned off by all the difficult parking, grid-lock traffic, over priced martinis served by snobby bartenders, half-naked drunk girls running around, and way too many

3
★★★★★

When I think of Old City on a typical weekend night, I'm immediately turned off by all the difficult parking, grid-lock traffic, over priced martinis served by snobby bartenders, half-naked drunk girls running around, and way too many

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Like the ill-fated night the Titantic ran afoul of the iceberg that sank it, there was an eerie calm throughout Philadelphia as we walked into Gigi for our 7 PM reservation. Oh wait, I?m sorry, 7:15 reservation?no no no, the ?guys your

3
★★★★★

Like the ill-fated night the Titantic ran afoul of the iceberg that sank it, there was an eerie calm throughout Philadelphia as we walked into Gigi for our 7 PM reservation. Oh wait, I?m sorry, 7:15 reservation?no no no, the ?guys your

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What a great experience! Sat inside because of the rain - seating was a bit dark but the candle on the table gave some light and was also very romantic. Very chic, relaxed vibe. Our waiter was prompt and friendly without being overly

3
★★★★★

What a great experience! Sat inside because of the rain - seating was a bit dark but the candle on the table gave some light and was also very romantic. Very chic, relaxed vibe. Our waiter was prompt and friendly without being overly

Pros: Menu, drink selection, location

Cons: Lighting

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Good food, pleasant outdoor seating, really great lemonade. Sometimes Old City restaurants can be a bit snooty, but not here. Gigi's is chic without the attitude.

3
★★★★★

Good food, pleasant outdoor seating, really great lemonade. Sometimes Old City restaurants can be a bit snooty, but not here. Gigi's is chic without the attitude.

Pros: food, seating, lemonade

Cons: parking

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I visited this restaurant (one I have been dying to try) during Restaurant Week. The food came out really quick with just enough of a break in between the third & fourth course that you were able to enjoy it all. I really enjoyed the food

3
★★★★★

I visited this restaurant (one I have been dying to try) during Restaurant Week. The food came out really quick with just enough of a break in between the third & fourth course that you were able to enjoy it all. I really enjoyed the food

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The menu mixes things up at this sleek cafe on a street brimming with bars and restaurants. When the weather is fine, customers vie for a seat on the sidewalk and patio, Old City's largest outdoor dining space. Chef Adrian Jeronimo's…

 

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