Philadelphia, PA – The Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (GPHCC) proudly announces the seventh iteration of Dine Latino Restaurant Week, September 18 – 22, 2023. The five-day culinary event will celebrate Philadelphia's vibrant Latino culture and cuisine with an expansive list of new and returning participating restaurants in and around the city.
Dine Latino Restaurant Week Returns This September With Free Offerings And Chef’s Tasting Event
Patrons will enjoy one complimentary appetizer or dessert by purchasing two dinner entrees at participating restaurants. Participating restaurants include Kocinao Restaurant, La Ingrata, La Roma Restaurant, Los Sarapes Horsham, Margie's Cuisine LLC, Mole Poblano Restaurante, Plaza Garibaldi, Puyero Venezuelan Flavor, Si Taqueria, South Street Souvlaki, Taqueria Morales, Tortas and Pizza El Sabor and Juana Tamale Alma Del Mar.
"Marking our seventh installment of Dine Latino Restaurant Week in Philadelphia is a testament to the unwavering dedication of our Latino-owned and operated restaurants that have become essential contributors to our city's rich gastronomic tapestry," said Jennifer Rodriquez, President & CEO of the Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. "We witness the growing enthusiasm from both participants and patrons each year, which further ignites our commitment to nurturing and showcasing these remarkable establishments."
The GPHCC's mission through Dine Latino is to cultivate new opportunities for Latino restaurant owners by driving regular patrons to explore their offerings while celebrating the region's Latino culture. Sponsored by Aramark and AAA Insurance, Dine Latino Restaurant Week creates the opportunity for enhanced patronage at no cost to participating restaurants. Options for takeout delivery are available at select locations and indoor dining at various participating restaurants.
The GPHCC will host a vibrant Dine Latino Chef's Tasting event with author Ronit Treatman and Liliana Friesel Elkouss on September 21 from 6:00-8:00 PM at La Cucina at the Market. The event will highlight Latin American dishes infused with traditional elements of Kosher cooking for an extraordinary dining experience.