Philadelphia, PA - East Passyunk Restaurant Week returns with new and returning fan-favorite eateries such as Bing Bing Dim Sum and Cantina Los Caballeritos. Flannel, Gabriella's Vietnam, and Noir Restaurant & Bar offer three-course prix-fixe lunch and dinner options from Monday, 02/27, through Friday, 03/10.
East Passyunk Restaurant Week features various popular and new restaurants, South Philadelphia favorites, and top culinary spots that offer a wide range of cuisines, from Vietnamese to Italian, Mexican, and beyond. Nearly two dozen restaurants will offer options that include familiar favorites and limited-time specials.
Adam Leiter, Executive Director of EPABID, stated that East Passyunk Avenue restaurants had provided a wealth of creativity, comfort, culinary experiences, and comfort over the past year. Supporting them now through daily meals and events such as restaurant week will ensure that they will continue to be an integral part of what makes East Passyunk unique.
For exclusive, high-end experiences, returning and newcomers will enjoy prix-fixe lunch or dinner menus at $20, $30, and $40, respectively.
The Following Restaurants Are Participating:
Barcelona Wine Bar (1709 E Passyunk Ave.) - Warm and inviting Spanish tapas bar offering seasonal dishes.
Ember & Ash (1520 East Passyunk Ave.) - This is a modern approach to global peasant cuisine, featuring menu items prepared in a wood-burning hearth and accompanied by a cocktail list with alcoholic or non-alcoholic options.
Gabriella’s Vietnam (1837 E Passyunk Ave - The Best of Philly2022(r) Winner) is a modern Vietnamese BYOB that offers authentic Vietnamese street food and South Philadelphia's soulful Vietnamese flavors.
La Scala’s Birra (1700E Passyunk Ave.) - Offers a wide selection of Italian American favorites and creative pizzas, all freshly made daily.
Le Virtu (1927 East Passyunk Ave.) - Elevated Abruzzo Italian cuisine featuring pasta, salumi, and thoughtful wine and beverage selections.
Noir Restaurant and Bar (1919 E Passyunk Ave.) - Montreal-inspired Italian cuisine featuring seasonal appetizers, entrees, and desserts.
Ocho Ris Parrilla (1710 E Passyunk Ave.) - Traditional Caribbean Island cuisine and cocktails with friendly, fast service and a lively neighborhood vibe.
Perla (1535 S. 11th St.) - Offers prix fixe Filipino meals on bamboo leaves. The guests are " kamayan," Tagalog meaning "by hand."
Pistolas Del Sur (1934 E Passyunk Ave ) - A laid-back restaurant known for its inventive take on guacamole and a robust Mexican-influenced meal menu.
River Twice (1601 E Passyunk Ave.) - A modern American restaurant by Chef Randy Rucker that aims to share the region's bounty through intimate Chef's Counter experiences, tasting menu format dinners and sharing it with others.
The Dutch (1537 S 11th St.) - A popular restaurant known for reinventing Pennsylvania Dutch classics, helmed and managed by Chefs Lee Styer & Kevin Waters.
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