Bistro 7


Private Dining

Hold your next event at Bistro 7!

Our Second Floor Dining Room is an elegant, fully private room that can accommodate parties from 10 to 40 people. With a variety of menu options to fit any occasion, we are the ideal byob location for your next wedding rehearsal dinner, birthday party, anniversary celebration, bachelorette party, wine tasting, or family reunion.

About Private Events

Menu Options

Our Large Party Menus are based on our seasonal monthly Dinner Menu, are comprised of choices of three appetizer, entrée, and dessert courses, and start at $45 per person.

Menus comprised of limited choices from our Dinner Menu are available, and are priced at the Dinner Menu prices.

Multi-course Tasting Menus can also be arranged for groups of 10-12.

Passed h’ors d’oeuvres, cheese plates, and other light cocktail hour foods are available upon request.

Our menus can be customized to accommodate dietary restrictions.

Children’s menus are available for those 12 years old and under.


As a BYOB, we do not sell alcoholic beverages. However, guests may bring whatever beverages they would like. Beverages may be dropped off in advance of the event after 4:00 Tuesday through Saturday. For bottles that need to be chilled, we recommend that drinks be dropped off two days in advance to allow for proper refrigeration. We do not carry cocktail mixers in house but can make arrangements if requested. Soft drinks are available.

On weekdays there is no room charge to access the second floor. For Saturday evening events we assess a $200 fee.

We require a $200 deposit, refundable with 30 day’s notice of cancelations.

For recommendations for Cakes and/or Flowers, please contact the restaurant.


7 North 3rd Street | Philadelphia, PA 19106 | Phone: 215.931.1560

Hours of Operation: Tue-Sat: 5:30 to 10:30pm | Sun & Mon: Closed

Bistro 7 is an elegant, food-first American BYO bistro located in the heart of Philadelphia’s historic Old City section. Chef/Owner Michael O’Halloran (formerly of Fork and the White Dog Café) relies on a network of local, organic farmers for the pristine ingredients that form the basis for his eclectic American bistro dishes, and the ever changing menu reflects the best that the season has to offer. The understated, minimalist décor features white linen tablecloths, filigreed heirloom flatware and graceful stemware, and the open kitchen provides an intimate glimpse of the chefs at work.