Sojourn Philly is a Philadelphia-based hospitality group specializing in high quality and immersive dining experiences, comfortable environments, and community partnership.
Jet Wine Bar has a passion for worldly wines, superb cocktails, and varied beers. And now we’ve brought that passion outside to our lush garden!
Jet Wine Garden
1525 South Street
Visit Jet Wine Garden
Thursday – 4pm-9pm
Friday – 4pm-10pm
Saturday – 2pm-10pm
REX at The Royal provides guests with transformed southern fare, a full bar, daytime cafe and curated bottle-shop housed in the historical Royal Theatre, known as a staple in the rich cultural history of the City of Philadelphia for its role as a hub for Black culture and artistry, including film-making and live music, during the 20th century. REX at The Royal, now operating out of the newly-renovated theatre, maintains key tenets of the historical site including a stage for live music performances, as well as sweeping arches and other details sustained from the original design.
REX at The Royal cuisine pays homage to the great early 20th-century African-American chefs who adapted traditional southern fare to Philadelphia’s urban landscape. The concept’s foundation lies in the Lowcountry cuisine of the Southeast Atlantic coast, influenced as it was by the grains and traditions of the African diaspora melded with the local agriculture and fisheries.
Through its menu, REX at The Royal aims to tell the story of early 1900’s Center City Southwest, at the time the cultural center of Black American life, with the grand Royal Theatre as its anchor. Signature dishes feature essential ingredients such as Atlantic seafood, Lowcountry grains from Marsh Hen Mills, farm fresh local produce, and sustainable meats, prepared simply and elegantly. Dishes from Chef Paik and the REX at The Royal team are not only storytellers, but they are also approachable, with a touch of Philadelphia whimsy.
Sunday through Thursday: 5pm – 10pm
Friday and Saturday: 5pm – 11pm
Executive chef, Gabriel Romero, brings the flavors of his home, Mexico City, to our Philly neighborhood.
“The flavors are a direct homage to the authentic flavors of Mexico City.” – Craig LaBan
Mexico City cuisine is a blend of that city’s Aztec origins, Spanish history, and cosmopolitan present. Chef Hernandez takes the basic elements of its cuisine – corn, beans, and chilies – to make both traditional and modern flavors. For example, guacamole is an Aztec all-star, while slow-cooked (pork) carnitas and chicken tinga draw on the import of pigs and chickens by the Spaniards, and modern Mexico City’s bold flavors.
Sunday – Monday – Closed
Tuesday – Thursday – 10am-9pm
Friday – Saturday – 10am-10pm
Sor Ynéz is, at heart and soul, a Mexican restaurant. Our cuisine is rooted in traditional, Mexican ingredients and methods, but our focus is on a modern and sustainable future. Our food is fresh, flavorful, and vibrant.
Wednesday through Friday – 4-9pm
Saturday – 12-9pm
Sunday – 12-5 pm