Center City Restaurant Week is Back with Increased Prices

Center City Restaurant Week is Back with Increased Prices

Center City Restaurant Week is Back with Increased Prices

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Restaurant Week Center City PhilyPhiladelphia, PA - Center City District Restaurant Week, Return this Saturday, September 18, 2021, celebrating Philadelphia's most diverse and delicious culinary venues in a 13-day event featuring prix-fixe menus.


 

Center City District Restaurant Week Philadelphia

Beginning Saturday, September 18 through Thursday, September 30, residents, workers, and visitors are welcomed back to their favorite places with more than 60 options to choose from.

In support of Philadelphia's restaurant recovery after a year of pandemic shut-downs, Center City Restaurant Week is back; however, prices have increased slightly.



Due to rising food and labor costs, organizers have raised the three-course dinners to $40 per person and lunches to $25 per person.



Guest 21 and older can also enjoy cocktails made with this year's spirit sponsor's Maker's Mark Bourbon and Hornitos Tequila to complement specialty Restaurant Week menus.

Tax, gratuity, and beverages are not included in the pre-fix options. You can find menu and reservation information at ccdrestaurantweek.com.



Patrons also have the opportunity to win dinner for a year by entering at ccdrestaurantweek.com. For Restaurant Week dinners for $9 or less, CCD will offer discounted parking at participating Interpark, Parkway, Philadelphia Parking Authority, or LAZ garages.


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