Acclaimed Philadelphia restaurant Fork celebrates an amazing milestone this year – its silver anniversary! I was scrolling through my email and Open Table called this out. I thought to myself how truly remarkable that is. Restaurants come and go, but Fork has been a stalwart in Old City for 25 years!
According to its website…
Fork has celebrated hyper-seasonal, ingredient-driven contemporary American cuisine since 1997. Fork is a timeless and thriving restaurant that continues to push the envelope of dining in Philadelphia. The restaurant was named by Esquire as one of 100 Restaurants America Can’t Afford to Lose and one of The Best Classic Restaurants in Pennsylvania by Food & Wine.
Fork, owned by Restaurateur Ellen Yin, has received high ratings from the press, including four bells from Craig LaBan, and is a 4-time semifinalist for the James Beard Foundation’s Outstanding Restaurant. Ellen has been a finalist for James Beard Foundation’s Outstanding Restaurateur in 2018, 2019, and 2022, among several other accolades.
Fork can now solidify itself as a legendary restaurant in Philadelphia. Ellen Yin has cemented her status as one of the most trailblazing restaurateurs in Philadelphia and can proudly hang her hat as one of the most prominent women restaurant owners in the nation. She represents a diverse dining scene in Philadelphia that has been recognized frequently as one of the most exciting places to eat. Moreover, Ellen’s role as a leader in hospitality and community-driven work has affirmed her place on the list of most influential restaurateurs in the USA.
Congratulations, Fork Restaurant on this extraordinary occasion! If you haven’t been to Fork Restaurant yet, add it to your list of Philadelphia restaurants to visit. You won’t be disappointed.
Have you been to Fork Restaurant? I’d love to hear your thoughts!
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