As Old Man Winter sets in, restaurants across the Philadelphia region open their doors for winter editions of restaurant week — deals on meals, anyone?
We’ve rounded up restaurant weeks to look forward to this winter — from dining deals filling restaurants from right now all the way through late-winter.
Read on for our guide to restaurant weeks to look forward to this season.
• Ambler Restaurant Week
January 12-19. Starting January 12, the town of Ambler satisfies appetites all around with its annual Ambler Restaurant Week. This year, 15 restaurants are participating and guests can look forward to prix-fixe options at a variety of price points and some additional specials during both dinner and lunch. Visit spots like Cantina Feliz, Forest & Main Brewing Company and Bridget’s Steakhouse for frugal feasts. MORE INFO
• Center City Restaurant Week
January 18-23 and 25-30. An area favorite, Center City Restaurant Week returns to more than 100 restaurants in Rittenhouse, Midtown Village and Old City. Participating eateries offer three-course dinners for only $35 per person and a three-course lunch for $20. Head to top Center City restaurants like Zahav, Barbuzzo, Amada, El Vez and Oyster House to seize the bargain. MORE INFO
• Media Restaurant Week
February 22-26 and March 1-5. In celebration of Media Restaurant Week, participating restaurants will plate three- to five-course meals for $30 per person. Media’s fall edition of restaurant week brought dining deals to nearly 20 restaurants throughout the town, so guests of the winter edition can expect a similar turnout. Bonus: There’s free parking after 5 p.m. in Media. MORE INFO
• East Passyunk Restaurant Week
February 22-February 28. It’s no secret that the East Passyunk neighborhood is a bustling restaurant row complete with Top Chefs and tried-and-true eateries. From February 22 through 28, East Passyunk puts on its own restaurant week featuring dinner and lunch menus at $15, $25 and $35 depending on the restaurant. Last year, the deal filled 24 restaurants like Stateside, Marra’s and Noord. Stay tuned for this year’s participants. MORE INFO
• Chestnut Hill Restaurant Week
March 1-5 and 8-12. The town of Chestnut Hill gets in on the dining action with lunch and dinner deals during its own restaurant week this March. Restaurants will be serving up $15 lunches and $35 dinners. Last year, 24 eateries — like Mica, Cake, Heirloom and Iron Hill Brewery — participated in the dining deal. MORE INFO
• Dine KOP
March 2-8. The restaurants of King of Prussia will band together for Dine KOP, a restaurant week event at more than 18 restaurants. Lunch menus are available at $10, $15 or $20 — depending on the restaurant — and $20, $30 or $40 for dinner, also depending on the restaurant. Participating restaurants include The Melting Pot, Rock Bottom Brewery, Ruth’s Chris Steak House and The Capital Grille. MORE INFO
• New Hope Restaurant Week
March 22-26. In March, the town of New Hope in Bucks County welcomes diners for New Hope Restaurant Week. Last year, 29 restaurants throughout the town participated in the dining promotion with prix-fixe meals and special eats. A variety of restaurants participated in 2014 — Southern restaurants, Italian eateries, French spots, American fare and more. A similar turnout in 2015 is expected. MORE INFO
• Bonus: Meat Week at Percy Street Barbecue
January 18-30. Meat will fill the menu at Percy Street Barbecue during meat week. Those who show up for dinner from January 18 to 30 can share a massive family-style spread of barbecue chicken, pulled pork, smoked beef brisket, cornbread, macaroni & cheese and other classic sides for just $20 per person. MORE INFO