The Bynum brothers (Robert and Benjamin) have done it once again with their latest creation, "South" on Broad Street in Philadelphia. Location can make or break a business especially a restaurant, but this location is great, because although it is not in the heart of the hustle and bustle of center city, it is only a few minutes away by car or on foot, from shops and theaters.
The atmosphere of the jazz parlor set the tone for a great evening of food, a glass of white wine, Brazilian music performed by Minas, along with jazz bassist Gerald Veasely and saxman Andrew Neu. I appreciate the parlor being separate from the main dining area but you are also able to have dinner while enjoying the live show. The decor is simple but classy. Philly is a mecca for great restaurants and "South" is a great addition to our diverse dining scene. We are looking forward to our next visit.