Fork, acclaimed for its contemporary American cuisine for over 15 years, features 2014 Food & Wine Best New Chef Eli Kulps inventive-but approachable menu inspired by the regions finest produce, seafood and meat as well as the area’s deep history. Part of Fork’s allure is its hip, stylish, sophisticated interior, where the dining experience is anything but stuffy and uncomfortable. Fork’s hand-painted chandelier shades catch your eye as you look above the cast-concrete bar. Modern contemporary murals painted by Anthony DeMelas accentuate the height of the ceilings. Since opening, Fork has received the praise of many local and national publications, including the New York Times, USA Today, Town and Country, Food and Wine, Wine Spectator, Zagat’s and Gourmet. Fork has received 15 Best of Philly awards from Philadelphia Magazine.
Very nice restaurant and very wheelchair friendly.
No steps at entrance or within the restaurant.
Very accessible and spacious dining.
Bar area is basically high top counters.
Entire restaurant is on one level.