PHILADELPHIA - In partnership with Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia at Comcast Center, Michelin-starred Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten introduces a new, six-course tasting menu to Jean-Georges Philadelphia, his highest restaurant in the air.
Jean-Georges Philadelphia to Reopen with Six-Course Tasting Menu
The highly anticipated reopening will once again welcome guests to his immersive restaurant in the clouds on March 10, 2022, after temporarily being closed for two years. Jean-Georges Philadelphia's sister restaurant and bar, JG SkyHigh, reopened in summer 2020 and continues to offer a more casual experience serving breakfast, all-day dining, cocktails, and the city's best sky-high views.
The new menu, served in six artfully plated courses priced at USD 198 per person, will offer elements designed to engage every sense. A limited number of seats per evening will make the meal feel intimate and personal, allowing guests to enjoy each course leisurely and at their preferred pace.
Jean-Georges Philadelphia will offer two versions of the tasting menu, one of the land and sea and one of the earth for the first time. Plant-based dishes include Pea Potstickers seasoned with Sichuan spice, Maitake Mushroom roasted with black truffle, Shaved Artichoke, and Young Coconut Salad. A roving champagne trolley will offer guests an opportunity to explore rare labels by the glass or bottle.
With its mirrored glass atrium and sky-high views, Jean-Georges Philadelphia is a destination where thoughtful dining and Norman Foster's renowned architecture intersect to create a memorable atmosphere. Descend the waterfall encased staircase to Jean-Georges Philadelphia, where guests will embark on a feast for the senses, offering 360-degree views of the city of Philadelphia's skyline.
Jean-Georges Philadelphia will be open 5:30-9:30 pm, Thursday-Saturday. Reservations are required and can be reserved online through OpenTable 30 days in advance.