Yesterday was the day for Macie, our Bernedoodle puppy and me to hang out in center city Philadelphia. When we lived in Rittenhouse, my wife and I didn’t have the puppy, so I’m trying to still get the experience and it’s been a lot of fun. Yesterday, we walked around the city and landed at Parc, a French bistro in the heart of Philadelphia. I’ve been to Parc many times in the past, but this was a different kind of visit. I was there as a single diner with a dog and was well taken care of. We sat outside and Macie got a bowl full of water at the same time that I received my water. Her bowl was maintained with the same swiftness and care as my own.
I could live on the bread a butter at Parc – richly creamery butter with chewy yet crispy bread – – that limited my dessert appetite for sure. For lunch, I enjoyed the Country Chicken Club which was nicely balanced between the avocado and bacon. If you’re a french-fry fan, or rather pommes frites, theirs are thin with light salt and crispy. Really a great experience and I look forward to going back with Macie again soon.