Philadelphia is a celebrated hub of culture, cuisine, fashion, art, and music. From walking the historic cobblestone streets of Old City to shopping on Walnut Street, Philadelphians enjoy a distinct excellence in all facets of city life here in the birthplace of democracy, which includes a passionate culinary ambition.
If you are visiting from out of town during one of the many exciting events or conventions that take place during the year, look no further than R2L’s upscale lounge in Philadelphia for a visually unforgettable dining experience:
- “Daniel Stern’s glitzy destination on the 37th floor of Two Liberty Place feels like the only way to dine” (Zagat)
- “It is the perfect setting to enjoy a cocktail, catch up with friends and watch the sunset” (Open Table)
- “If you are looking for the best view in the City of Brotherly Love, R2L is the only place to go” (Trip Advisor)
When visitors crave a unique Philadelphia dining experience, they look no further than R2L’s upscale lounge in Philadelphia. One of the many reasons is for views like this:
And cuisine like this:
Located in the heart of Center City, this dining destination place is for those seeking a contemporary, adult atmosphere in which to indulge, unwind, and discover something nuanced and unprecedented.
Nearest Modes Of Public Transit
- Suburban Station: Located at 16th and JFK, this metro station is less than a five-minute walk away.
- 30th Street Station: This metro station, which connects to Amtrak and other transit lines, is a short five-minute cab ride to the west side of the city.
- Only a five block walk from the PA Convention Center.
Luxury Hotels Within Walking Distance
- Westin Philadelphia
- Sofitel Philadelphia
- Hotel Palomar – A Kimpton Hotel
- The Rittenhouse Hotel
- Sonesta Hotel Philadelphia
- Hotel Monaco – A Kimpton Hotel
Call us at 215.564.5337 or visit Open Table to make a reservation for a sunset table during your visit to R2L’s upscale lounge in Philadelphia. We look forward to speaking with you.
The National Museum of American Jewish History will be opening a special exhibit entitled ‘Leonard Bernstein: The Power of Music’, which runs from March 16th-September 2nd. Stop by R2L for drinks or dinner if you are in the city for this event.