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Center City Restaurant Week

Over 100 restaurants offering three-course meals from $20-35

Center City District Restaurant Week

So many delicious restaurants to choose from Credit: by G. Widman for GPTMC


September 7-12 and 14-19, 2014


Center City District Restaurant Week returns this winter with delicious, budget conscious meals at more than 120 restaurants from $20-35.*

Dozens of Center City’s finest restaurants are offering indulgent prix fixe menus that are both delectable and easy on the wallet with three-course dinners for only $35 per person. Over 50 participating restaurants will also be offering a three-course lunch option for $20 per person

From steak to seafood, Italian to Japanese, the choices are vast — several of Philadelphia’s popular BYOBs are even joining the action. Just be sure to make your reservation soon. In fact, make your reservation ASAP as Restaurant Week reservations fill up extremely quickly.

Center City District Restaurant Week is organized by Center City District and is presented by TD Bank.

*(Does not include tax, gratuity or alcohol).


Participating Restaurants

The event spotlights Philadelphia’s most revered restaurants, including posh Restaurant Row stalwarts like Alma de Cuba and The Dandelion; hotspots like Garces Trading Company, and Barbuzzo, exemplary BYOBs like Mercato, and special-occasion restaurants like Table 31 and Amada.

Be sure to check out the dinner menus at top restaurants like Zahav, Farmicia and 10 Arts Bistro & Lounge. Newcomers to this year’s restaurant week lineup include High Street on Market, Little Nonna’s and Rosa Blanca, Jose Garces’ just-opened Cuban-inspired diner.

Click the button below to view the full list of participating restaurants, Restaurant Week menus and to make a reservation.

View Full List of Participating Restaurants

Discounted Parking

Many parking lots near participating restaurants offer discounts. Visit Center City District for a full list.

Center City Cooks

The Center City District is collecting favorite recipes from participating Restaurant Week chefs. Download the full cookbook or browse through seasonal recipes and cooking tips from Square 1682, The Dandelion and others at

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