At Spice Finch, Executive Chef and Philadelphia-native Jennifer Carroll combines her expertise in French technique from nine years at Le Bernardin and 10 Arts Bistro & Lounge under Chef Eric Ripert with the skills learned working with Chef Marcus Samuelsson at Red Rooster, where she honed in on elevated comfort food coupled with down-to-earth hospitality. Her years in these iconic kitchens have shaped the menu and culinary vision for Spice Finch, where she and co-Executive Chef Billy Riddle display their knowledge and appreciation for Mediterranean flavors.
At Spice Finch, we offer playful frozen drinks including the jungle Bird served with dark rum, pineapple, lime and campari; and the Corpse Reviver #2 served with gin, cointreau, cocchi americano, lemon and underberg. The menu also features “redemption cocktails,” offering guests the opportunity to reimagine spirits of their past as they make a come back in new and exciting ways.
Spice Finch has a modern art deco-inspired style with a light and airy aesthetic. White and slate hues fill the dining room with natural wood accents, wicker design elements and brass lighting throughout. Encompassing 4,000 square-feet, the main dining room seats 158 with an additional 12 outdoors. Custom mosaic table tops with varying shades of green compliment the white formica tables, wide-plank wood flooring and saddle brown banquettes. Le Couple black and white patterned wallpaper designed by Pierre Frey lines the restaurant walls, allowing the space to easily transition into a warm and inviting space at night. A 23-seat granite-top bar, with marble tiles and maple wood, serves as a convivial centerpiece within the main dining room.