So you're visiting for Seerfest. We know the drill, you land in a city you don't know, you end up eating at the recognizable chains for breakfast (if you eat at all), and then after a full day of speakers and networking, you you head to the hotel bar for dinner. In between, you check your email before crashing in front of the TV or with a book.Trust us, we've been there...a lot...and now we're here to help!We know what it's like to be in an unfamiliar city with limited time to explore and too many options to choose from. So we thought we'd make it easier for you. We've broken down some of our favorite places to visit for breakfast, dinner/drinks, and even a few options to fill your free time. Philly is full of great places to eat, drink, or explore for a few hours. Seer was born in Philadelphia and raised. We love this city, so let us guide you!We hope you enjoy your stay,Team lightFirst, let's make sure you have a place to stay.Here are our top three recommendations for visitors to our office (note: each is in Old Town, about 10 minutes from Lyft): Hotel Monaco Philadelphia Historic District ($$) Holiday Inn Penn's Landing ($)There are plenty of options in this town if one of them doesn't suit your needs. If you want to explore other options, we recommend searching in Old Town or Downtown (10-20 minutes Lyft).Let's get to the fun stuff: what to eat, drink and do.Here's your guide to the neighborhood we call home: Northern Liberties & Coffeehouse teaA Egypt Phone Numbers List shot Our go-to neighborhood cafe, steps from Seer's office at the corner of George and American St.Cafe Bedclothes newest addition to the neighborhood, located in Pod Park across from our office.La Colombo Allocated in the heart of Fish town in a beautiful space that La Colombe calls home (PS, get some latte cans to go!).Breakfast/Brunch Cafe La Maude Recently rated best brunch in Philadelphia! Definitely stop here for great Lebanese style breakfast and lunch options (located at 4th and Brown).Honey Sit n' EatRight next to Cafe La Maude is another true Philadelphia staple. Cash only, no frills, but delicious comfort food for breakfast and lunch.SurayaHead to Fishtown to check out Philly's Restaurant of the Year (2018), from the same folks behind Café La Maude. They serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner, all of which are outstanding.