Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Restaurant week changes its dates

The Center City District says it misread the calendar for its fall event.

Restaurant week changes its dates

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New dates for the Center City District's fall restaurant week.

They've been slid a week later to Sept. 30 – Oct. 5 and Oct. 7–12. (The previously announced dates conflicted with the Jewish high holy days.)

This time, three-course meals for $35 will be offered at 132 restaurants, and three-course lunches will be $20 at 48 of the restaurants.

New this time will be: The Continental in Old City, Rittenhouse Tavern at the Art Alliance on Rittenhouse Square, Russet in Rittenhouse, Spiga in Washington Square West, Taste in the Society Hill Hotel, The Boilermaker in Washington Square West, and Urban Enoteca in the Latham Hotel.

Details here.

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