NEWS
We have reviews and commentary about us all over the place. Have you seen us? Here's what they have been saying:

"...the food is impossible to resist. The duck leg sandwich, and pork chop stuffed with chanterelles are just 2 of the delicious, rustic creations." Food and Wine, March 2005
"FARMiCiA is one of the most interesting newcomers to the city's culinary scene." Philadelphia Business Journal, December 17, 2021
"FARMiCiA is very reasonably priced, relaxed and features a tempting menu of farm fresh cuisine. I could easily see it becoming my new favorite Philly Restaurant." The News Journal, November 2004
"Chef Klause judiciously combines generous portions of farm-fresh produce with quality, humanely raised meats for meals that excite the body and soul" Philly Style, November/December 2004
"The atmophere at FARMiCiA in Olde CIty is delectable." Philadelphia Daily News, December 2004
"An improptu unexpectedly excellent dinner at a new restaurant abrubtly breaks her boring streak-and humbles her ungrateful ass. This is what happens at FARMiCiA." Lauren McCutcheon, Philadelphia Weekly, December 2004
"Kevin Klause, James Barret, and Wendy Born put out organic pesticied free food while keeping prices in check and whipping it all up in a fairly sophisticated menu." Where Philadelphia, 'Here and Now', November 2004

EVENTS
Keep checking back to see what we have planned for the future! Contact us for events of your own making as well.

WEEKLY
Monday Night Wine Dinners
"Presidia Dinner" - February 28, 2004--- This event has been postponed to March 7, 2004, same place-same time

The Slow Food Foundation for Biodiversity will hold an intriguing dinner with some of the world’s rarest foods on Monday, February 28, 7:00 p.m. here at FARMiCiA Restaurant.
Entitled A World of Presidia, the dinner will feature products selected by Slow Food for promotion through Presidia projects in France, Italy, Madagascar, Ecuador, Great Britain, the Netherlands, and Ireland alongside foods from America's rich agricultural heritage, such as Navajo Churro sheep and artisan raw milk cheeses. The multi course dinner will be accompanied by wines of the Oltrepo Pavese wine region of Italy. Cost: $80 (includes dinner and all wines; tax and gratuity extra). Proceeds will benefit the Foundation for Biodiversity. For reservations, please call us directly(215-627-6274).
For the complete menu and for information on the foundation and these special dinners see www.slowfood.com

Pre-fixe Tuesday Nights!
No need to wait for Restaurant Week to afford a great meal! Come by and visit us Tuesday nights and have your very own 3 course dinner, without all the crowds. There is no select options. You choose any one item from each of the following sections: one light or medium dose, one full dose, and one sweet supplemental;(see our menus)!

B.Y.O.B EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT!!!
Pair your favorite wine with our farm fresh cuisine any Wednesday night when we turn FARMiCiA into the best BYOB in town. No corking fee either!

****Keep checking back for more information regarding our events. Also, please contact us for more information regarding parties of your own making!****