East Passyunk Restaurant Week
Eat and explore East Passyunk’s fantastic dining scene
February 27 – March 10, 2017
East Passyunk Restaurant Week is the perfect opportunity to explore the fantastic dining scene in East Passyunk, one of Philadelphia’s most popular neighborhoods.
Enjoy a three-course lunch and/or dinner at one of three price points — $15, $25 and $35 — depending on the restaurant.
Choose from popular hangouts like Cantina Los Caballitos, Bing Bing or the POPE, reserve your table at top-rated restaurants including Fond and Le Virtu or grab a casual beer and bite at spots like Stogie Joe’s Tavern and P’unk Burger.
Click the button below to view the full list of participating restaurants.
Preview Restaurant Week Menus
One of the great things about Restaurant Week is that 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 24 restaurants participating in Restaurant Week.
Getting There And Parking
There are a number of ways to get to East Passyunk.
Close access to the SEPTA’s Broad Street subway line via the Tasker-Morris stop and a number of buses like the 23 that cut through the neighborhood make East Passyunk particularly accessible via public transportation.
For drivers, metered parking is available on East Passyunk Avenue, there’s a municipal parking lot between Tasker and Morris and a 24-hour garage on the corner of Broad and McKean streets.
Finally, valet parking is available at the Singing Fountain and between Broad & Mifflin starting at 5 p.m. on Sunday and Tuesday through Saturday. An additional stand operates between Morris and Tasker on Friday and Saturday. Parking is $16 with validation from a participating restaurant and $21 without.
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