Center City District Restaurant Week Returns To More Than 120 Philadelphia Eateries, January 14-26

Feast on delicious, three-course meals during this super-popular event...

Bon appétit!

The super-popular Center City District Restaurant Week returns January 14 to 26, bringing delicious meal deals to 125 different restaurants around town.

FAST FACTS

  • Center City District Restaurant Week goes down January 14 to 26.
  • The culinary celebration returns to more than 120 participating restaurants.
  • Three-course dinners cost $35 per person and three-course lunches (at select venues) cost $20 per person, plus tax and gratuity.
  • A full list of participants can be found here.

Restaurant Week will unfold across more than a dozen consecutive days (including Saturday, January 20!) at places throughout Center City.

Participating restaurants will serve up three-course dinners for $35 per person and select restaurants will also offer three-course lunches for $20 per person. Note that these prices do not include tax, gratuity or alcohol.

Little Nonna's
(Photo By E. Mencher For Visit Philadelphia)
More than 120 Center City restaurants are participating in this edition of Restaurant Week, including Little Nonna’s (shown).

The list of restaurants to check out ranges from sushi spots and Italian trattorias to Brazilian steakhouses and popular BYOBs, bringing plenty of culinary options from which to choose.

Among the 125 participants are Abe Fisher, Harp and Crown, La Peg, Little Nonna’s, SouthGate, Scarpetta Philadelphia and many, many more. Click here to check out the full list of restaurants and available menus.

Seatings tend to book up fast, so choose your favorite spot(s) on the Restaurant Week list and call ahead to make a reservation as soon as able.

Happy dining!

Center City District Restaurant Week

When:January 14-26
Where:Various locations including La Peg, 140 N. Christopher Columbus Boulevard
Cost:$35, three-course dinner; $20, three-course lunch; plus tax and gratuity

www.centercityphila.org

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