Philadelphia has no shortage of excellent “fast-casual” lunch options. If you’re in the mood for a satisfying platter of vegetable- or beef-dappled hummus, head to Dizengoff. Or if you’re hankering for a vegetarian sandwich, hit up HipCityVeg. Of course, there are also plenty of choices if you’re in the mood for “a steak”—as locals call the city’s most-famous export. Try John’s, Pat’s, Geno’s, or Jim’s, to name just a few of Philly’s old-school cheesesteak stops. But if you’re looking for a bit more out of your midday meal, you may have a harder time finding a worthwhile option. A quick browse of the city’s top restaurants will reveal that many are only open for dinner. Have no fear. From a sublime deli to white-tablecloth restaurants serving fresh fish and oysters, each of the 10 restaurants on this list is a great choice for lunch in the City of Brotherly Love.