Sunday, August 30, 2015

UCity's Dining Days expanded to two weeks

For its fifth outing, it has a record 29 restos on board.

UCity's Dining Days expanded to two weeks

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The University City District will expand its summer Dining Days promotion to two weeks -- July 15-29.

This time, a record 29 restaurants are on board to provide three-course dinners.

New are marked with an asterisk.

$15

Blarney Stone
Dahlak
Dock Street Brewery & Restaurant
*Elena’s Soul
Marathon
*New Deck Tavern
*Pattaya Thai Cuisine
Pizza Rustica
*Sang Kee Noodle House
Slainte Irish Pub & Grill
Vietnam Café


$25

The Blockley Pourhouse
Bridgewater’s Pub
Copabanana
The Gold Standard Cafe
*Landmark Americana
MidAtlantic Restaurant & Tap Room
Mikey’s American Grill & Sports Bar
Rx
Vientiane Cafe
World Cafe Live


$30

*City Tap House
Distrito
Marigold Kitchen
Nan Modern Food
Penne Restaurant & Wine Bar
Pod
White Dog Cafe
Zocalo

Also, be aware that 10 Wilmington restaurants are offering a restaurant week this week. Details here.

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