Dine Latino Restaurant Week Philadelphia 2021

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Dine Latino Restaurant Week Launches in Philadelphia

Photo: The Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

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Philadelphia, PADine Latino Restaurant Week - Dine Latino Restaurant Week will occur from March 5th through March 9th, during Hispanic Heritage Month sponsored by The Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.

Hispanic Heritage Month Celebrate Latino Cuisine 

Dine Latino Restaurant Week creates the opportunity for enhanced patronage of some of the city's most unique Latino-owned restaurants.

The five-day culinary event will offer patrons one complimentary appetizer or dessert with the purchase of two dinner entrees.

"So many small business owners are faced with enormous change right now, and through the R+ campaign, we are giving our members the tools they need to recalibrate, retool and restart;" stated Jennifer Rodriquez, President of the Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

The promotion will take place during dinner service only, with options for takeout, delivery, and select indoor dining at various participating restaurants, which include:

See The Philadelphia Caller For a Full List of Participants

Note that menus are subject to change, and reservations are subject to availability

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