Philadelphia, PA - Philly is known for its restaurants and restaurant weeks. From Ardmore Restaurant Week's award-winning dining scene to Dine Latino Restaurant Week's five-day culinary event, We have you covered these three restaurant weeks all this month.
Ardmore Restaurant Week Returns May 6th-16th with Main Line's Hottest Restaurants.
The dates are May 6 to 16, with $20, $25, and $30 fixed-price lunch and dinner menus, special dining programs, and even a special new happy hour.
After taking a year off in 2020 due to the pandemic, Ardmore Restaurant Week returns to the top kitchens and restaurants of Ardmore's award-winning dining scene. The aim is to support Ardmore and Lower Merion Township restaurants that hit the hardest during the pandemic last year.
Many restaurants in Downtown Ardmore are recently back opened and offer outdoor dining, indoor dining, take-out, delivery, and cocktails to go. For restaurant week, look for a variety of cuisines as well as dining situations.
Look for familiar names and neighborhood/regional favorites, like Delice et Chocolat, Buena Vista Mexican, Hunan, Jack McShea's, John Henry's Pub, Local Wine and Kitchen, Marokko, and Tired Hands Fermentaria. New names debuting this year will be just-opened Lola's Garden, soon-to-open DePaul's Table, and new participants Autana, Blue Pearl Cafe, Sophie's BBQ, and Parlour.
DePaul's will open just in time for Ardmore Restaurant Week and participate by offering a special Restaurant Week happy hour, which will serve as the launch of their new happy hour.
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Dine Latino Restaurant Week Cinco de Mayo through May 9, 2021.
The five-day culinary event offers patrons one complimentary appetizer or dessert with the purchase of two dinner entrees.
Dine Latino Restaurant Week is part of the GPHCC's more extensive R+ campaign designed to support the growth and development of Latino-owned businesses during this highly challenging economy by providing access to resources, expert advice, networks, and educational opportunities.
Additionally, the GPHCC is dedicated to helping Latino restaurant owners navigate a new way of doing business. After the success of the inaugural Dine Latino Restaurant Week in September 2020, the GPHCC delivered $15,000 in micro-grants to participating restaurants. As part of this year's effort to support Latino-owned and operated restaurants.
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Center City District Restaurant Week Returns May 17 through Friday, May 28.
Restaurants will offer prix fixe three-course dinners for $35 per person, as well as $20 three-course lunches at participating locations.
Discounted parking is being offered to Restaurant Week dinners for $9 or less at participating Philadelphia Parking Association and Philadelphia Parking Authority garages.
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