Philadelphia, PA - Center City District Restaurant Week, now in its 18th year, will return this fall starting May 17 through Friday, May 28, along with improved health and safety standards. See the Full List of Participants at Center City District Restaurant Week 2021.
Philadelphia CCD Restaurant Week 2021
With more than 60 participating restaurants this year, The 2021 CCD Restaurant Week is a great way to support local businesses and the cities struggling restaurant workers.
The 13-day culinary event will allow guests the opportunity to check out some of Center City Philadelphia's best eateries with discounted prix fixe lunch and dinner with takeout options.
CCD Restaurant Week Pre-Fix Meals
Participating restaurants are going to be offering up three-course dinners for $35 per person, as well as $20 three-course lunches at participating restaurants. Tax, gratuity, and refreshments are not included.
New this year, for the very first time, will be a prix fixe takeout option available at select restaurants—ideal for guests wanting to support their favorite eateries from the comfort of their home.
Restaurant Week Specialty Cocktails
This year, diners can indulge in cocktails from spirit sponsors Maker’s Mark 46, Roku Gin, and Open Table. The specialty cocktails will complement many of the Restaurant Week Menus at select restaurants, as well as Cocktails-to-Go.
This year look for the return of favorites like The Oyster House and Bud & Marilyn's, alongside new additions, most notably Fork, The Wayward, and Salty's Seafood & Ice Cream Shack.
Consumers will also have the chance to win dinner for a year. Enter to win at www.ccdrestaurantweek.com.
Reduce Vehicle Parking During Restaurant Week
Reduced vehicle parking will be offered to Restaurant Week dinners for $9 or less at participating Philadelphia Parking Association and Philadelphia Parking Authority facilities.
Full Menu and Reservation information for all participating restaurants are available at www.ccdrestaurantweek.com.
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