Square 1682 in Downtown Philadelphia - Philadelphia, PA, 19103
  • Lunch Tray with Burger, Soup and Giant Cookie

About Square 1682

Adjacent to Hotel Palomar Philadelphia, Square 1682’s name is a tip of the hat to Pennsylvania's founding father, William Penn, who created Rittenhouse Square and four other similar plazas in order to establish urban open spaces in the heart of the city. That’s the kind of big-idea thinking we like to celebrate here. Like Penn, Square 1682 has a vision for the future, which is why we employ sustainability measures throughout the restaurant, from the in-house herb garden to the locally sourced produce to the energy conscious engineering of the building design. In recognition of the dietary needs of our 21st century clientele, we are happy to offer an array of options on our menus each day.