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February 19, 2013

Dine Out In Chestnut Hill During Their Restaurant Month, All March Long


Chestnut Hill is the place to be this March, their restaurant month event is all March long and features deals and discounts that will allow you to eat out at some of Chestnut Hill’s finest without breaking the bank.

Participating restaurants are offering a variety of lunch and dinner deals that are sure to keep hungry guests happy. This year, there are 18 participating restaurants.

The specials run from Sunday-Thursday every week in March.

A few of our favorite options include a British-themed lunch in honor of the PHS Flower Show at the Night Kitchen Bakery, a four-course dinner from Thai Kuu for $19.95, and a three-course dinner for $29.95 from Heirloom, Mica and Iron Hill Brewery.

Stop by the restaurants on Germantown Avenue for a taste of goodness on the cheap.

This month-long event not only will be providing you with delicious meals, but the 18 participating restaurants have collectively guaranteed 18 weeks of meals for Chestnut Hill’s Meals on Wheels program. Guests will be encouraged to donate money for the good cause at each spot that they visit. Good food for a good cause, what could be better?

Bonus: As if major discounts aren’t enough, Valley Green Bank will be popping into one restaurant per week during the lunchtime special and will grant everyone in the restaurant a free lunch! Stop by McNally’s Tavern, Campbell’s Place, Cafette, Roller’s Expresso or the Night Kitchen Bakery during lunch for a chance to be treated to lunch on Valley Green Bank.

Chestnut Hill Restaurant Month
When: Sunday-Thursday every week in March
Where: Participating Chestnut Hill restaurants
More info: www.chestnuthillpa.com

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Free lunch once a week. That’s kinda neat. Interesting way to get more patrons to those specific restaurants, too.