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Amis brings the quintessential Roman-style trattoria to Philadelphia’s Center City neighborhood. Opened in 2010 by Vetri Family partners Jeff Benjamin and Chefs Marc Vetri, Brad Spence and Jeff Michaud, Amis has cemented its place as one of the city’s premier dining destinations, garnering high praise from such publications as the Philadelphia Inquirer (three-out-of-four-bells) and Bon Appetit magazine (“Top 10 Places for Pasta in the U.S.”), and from the crowds of regular guests who pack its dining room nightly for dinner and weekends for brunch.

Wheelchair Accessibility Comments

  • Very nice restaurant and reasonably wheelchair friendly.
  • WARNING: 2 steps at entrance so use rear entry where there are no steps.
  • Plenty of available, accessible tables on main level.
  • There are some dining tables on a raised platform which are not convenient.
  • Accessible restroom is on the main level of restaurant.
  • Bar seating is high tops but the Chef’s counter is lower where you can see food prep and talk to the chef.
  • Outdoor patio dining is accessible.
  • Call in advance for an accessible table.

Dining Experience

Wonderful restaurant

Restaurant Entrance Accessibility

2 + Steps at entrance

Use side door for step free entry

Wide doorway entrance

Restaurant Overview Accessibility

Step free or easy ramps on main dining level

Many available tables

Only a few accessible tables

Wide clearance between tables

Restaurant Bathroom Accessibility

Step free accessible restroom

Wide clearances in restroom

Restroom very clean

Additional Details

  • WJAR Rating:3
  • Price:$$$
  • Neighborhood:Washington Square
  • Opentable Reservation:Make a Reservation >
  • User Rating:4.4
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