This Sunday, March 23, Amada hosts a Suckling Pig dinner complete with Spanish tapas items and an optional sangria pairing. (Photo by N. Sheldon for Visit Philadelphia)
End the weekend with a full stomach as Jose Garces’ well-loved Spanish tapas spot, Amada, hosts a Suckling Pig Feast this Sunday, March 23.
Stop by during one of two seatings — at 3:30 p.m. or 6:30 p.m. — for multiple courses of Spanish tapas and unlimited suckling pig that is slated to be hand-carved right in front of your eyes at your table.
For the first course, look forward to spinach salad, a chorizo dish and a padrón peppers menu item. The second course centers on the suckling pig, but also promises guests rosemary white beans, asparagus and garbanzos a la catalana.
And if that’s not good enough already, the feast ends with bacon peanut butter macarons. Yum.
Dinner rings in at $55 per person which includes all-you-can-eat food. For those interested in some wine with your dinner, an optional unlimited sangria pairing is available for an additional $25 per person.
Note, reservations are required as this is an in-demand foodie event, call 215-625-2450 to reserve your spot.
Suckling Pig Feast at Amada
When: Sunday, March 23, 3:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.
Where: Amada, 217-219 Chestnut Street
Cost: $55 for unlimited food, $75 for unlimited food and sangria; plus tax and gratuity
More info: www.philadelphia.amadarestaurant.com