Sunday, November 29, 2015

It's restaurant week season

Conshohocken's and New Jersey's are underway, then there's Around Main Line's, and Center City District's.

It's restaurant week season


Restaurant week season is upon us.

Through Sept. 22: New Jersey Restaurant Week. See site for participating restaurants.

Through Sept. 23: Conshohocken's More Than the Curve amasses a dozen or so restaurants for $30 and $35 prix-fixes.

Monday, Sept. 24-Sunday, Sept. 30: Around Main Line's restaurant week includes spots on the Main Line and in the western suburbs for lunches at $25 and under (two or three courses) and discounted, three-course dinner priced at $20, $30, $40 and $50 per person. 

Sunday, Sept. 30-Friday, Oct. 5: Manayunk's inaugural “StrEAT Food Festival” on Main Street from Green Lane and Shurs Lane on Saturday, Sept. 29 from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. (rain or shine) will feature more than 20 food trucks; the community’s first-ever restaurant week will feature three-course meals priced at $10, $20, or $30.

Sunday, Sept. 30-Friday, Oct. 5 and Sunday, Oct. 7-Friday, Oct. 12: Center City District has amassed a record-setting 132 restaurants for $35 prix-fixe dinners and three-course lunches for $20 in 47 of these destinations. Nine newcomers: Barra, Brauhaus Schmitz, Continental Restaurant, Jane G, Rittenhouse Tavern, Russet, Spiga, Taste, and Urban Enoteca. The Philadelphia Parking Association and Philadelphia Parking Authority are offering spaces for $9 or less.

Sunday, Oct. 14-Friday, Oct. 19: SJ Hot Chefs offers its four-course Fall Harvest Week.
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