Center City District Restaurant Week
Nearly 120 restaurants offering three-course meals from $20-35
Note: The information below is from winter 2016. Stay tuned for more information about this year’s event as it becomes available.
Center City District Restaurant Week returns this January with delicious, budget conscious meals at nearly120 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. A number of participating restaurants will also be offering a three-course lunch option for $20 per person. (Price excludes tax, gratuity and alcohol.)
Tip: Make your reservation ASAP — Restaurant Week reservations fill up extremely quickly. Keep up with restaurant week events on Twitter @PhilaRestWeek.
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 Amada.
Additional restaurant highlights include:
- Abe Fisher
- Butcher and Singer
- La Peg at FringeArts
- M Restaurant at the Morris House Hotel
- Oyster House
- Square 1682
- The Twisted Tail
- …and many more!
Click the button below to view the full list of participating restaurants and to make a reservation.
Preview Restaurant Week Menus
One of the great things about Restaurant Week: Each participating restaurant puts its menu online in advance, allowing diners to get a sneak peek at what’s being offered.
Click the button below to peruse the lunch and dinner menus of the nearly 120 restaurants participating in Restaurant Week.
Top Picks For Restaurant Week
Restaurant Week is the perfect opportunity to try out a spot you may have felt otherwise to be a bit out of range, or to hit up a praised newcomer to Philly’s restaurant scene.
We’ve narrowed down the list of nearly 120 participating restaurants down to 15 top picks within select categories. Click the button below to peruse our selections.
Getting There And Parking
With all of the restaurants located in downtown Philadelphia, it couldn’t be easier to get to and from participating restaurants via public transportation.
Additionally, many parking lots near participating restaurants will offer discounts. Click the button below for a full list.
Deals When You Save Your Receipt
One Liberty Observation Deck: From January 17 – 29, 2016, bring a receipt from any Philadelphia area restaurant to One Liberty Observation Deck (OLOD) and receive a sweet deal between 6 – 11 p.m.
During the two-week period, OLOD will stay open an extra hour until 11 p.m., and admission will be offered for $8 per person. The deal is only available for purchase at the ticketing desk with a same day restaurant receipt. Last tickets will be sold at 10:30 p.m.
Rothman Institute Ice Rink: Show your Restaurant Week receipt at the Rothman Institute Ice Rink in Dilworth Park for $1 off admission. Skaters can also enter to win gift certificates from participating restaurants.
Contest: Win Dinner Out For A Year
Want to eat out once a week for a whole year? One lucky winner will have the chance to do just that courtesy of Center City District’s new contest.
Sign up for CCD’s email alerts, and you’ll be automatically entered for your chance to win 52 gift certificates from Center City restaurants. The contest runs through January 29, 2016.
Click the button below for more information.
Center City District Restaurant Week is organized by Center City District.
For more information on Center City District Restaurant Week, click the button below.
In the neighborhood
3549 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, PA 19104
- Sonesta Philadelphia
- The Warwick Hotel
Rittenhouse Square Philadelphia
- AKA Rittenhouse Square
- The Inn at Penn, A Hilton Hotel
- The Logan, Philadelphia’s Hotel
- Embassy Suites by Hilton Philadelphia – Center City
- Hotel Palomar Philadelphia
- Sheraton Philadelphia Downtown Hotel
- The Windsor Suites Philadelphia
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Museums & Attractions
2008-2010 Delancey Place Philadelphia, PA 19103
- Mütter Museum
- The Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre
- The Philly Pops
- Rittenhouse Square
- Philadelphia Jewish Sports Hall of Fame and Adolph and Rose Levis Sports Museum
- Opera Philadelphia
- Pennsylvania Ballet Presents
George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker
- Philly POPS! On Independence 2015
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Restaurants & Dining
22 S. 3rd Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
- Eulogy Belgian Tavern
- High Street on Market
- Reading Terminal Market’s Pennsylvania Dutch Festival
- Hard Rock Cafe Philadelphia
- Independence Beer Garden
- The Continental Restaurant and Martini Bar
- Center City District Sips
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