East Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement District (EPABID) announces the return of East Passyunk Restaurant Week on Sunday, February 23 through Saturday, March 1, 2014. Twenty-four award-winning restaurants along Philadelphia’s “Best Dining Neighborhood of 2013” will serve up three course, value-priced brunch, lunch and dinner menus for $15, $25 and $35 each. From low key BYOBs to elegant candlelight dining to Italian “red gravy” joints to Mexican street food, East Passyunk Restaurant Week boasts a diversity of dining experiences and cuisines that offer something for everyone. East Passyunk top chefs will offer special off-menu surprises in addition to their standard signature dishes. Select restaurants will further personalize the experience with drink pairings, add-on specials, dessert debuts, extended hours and day of operation, and other rewards to delight foodies from around the region – and the country. Specific menus and restaurant availability will officially start to roll out live starting on January 29th at www.
Reservations are being accepted starting this week at most restaurants. Mark your calendars and remember to come hungry!
Participating restaurants for the second East Passyunk Restaurant Week include:
* Adobe Café (1919 EPA) – Southwestern specialties, full service bar and festive atmosphere
* Birra (1700 EPA) – Trendy and creative Italian eatery with warm and cozy vibe and a full service bar
* Cantina Los Caballitos (1651 EPA) – ‘Best of Philly’ winner for Mexican fare and best margaritas in the city
* Chiarella’s (1600 S. 11th St.) – Classic meets contemporary creativity in this Italian eatery on the Singing Fountain
* Da Vinci (1533 S. 11th St.) – Authentic taste of Italy with a show-stopping surprise in the back courtyard
* El Zarape (1648 EPA) – ‘Best of Philly’ winner for outstanding tacos
* Fond (1537 S. 11th St.) – ‘Best of Philly’ winner for passionately prepared, refined and flavorful contemporary American fare
* Izumi (1601 EPA) – Acclaimed high-end Japanese cuisine at neighborhood prices with best view of the Singing Fountain
* Karina’s (1520 EPA) – Intimate long-standing neighborhood Mediterranean BYOB
* Laurel (1617 EPA) – Newly opened intimate French/American influenced BYOB by “Top Chef” contestant Chef Nicholas Elmi
* Le Virtu (1927 EPA) – Homage to Abruzzo named one of the 10 hottest Italian restaurants in the nation
* Lucky 13 (1820 S. 13th) – Casual punk-rock pub with hearty bar food, extensive draft list and service without an attitude
* Mamma Maria (1637 EPA) – Mamma’s genuine authentic Italian recipes please the eye, fill the stomach and warm the soul
* Marra’s (1734 EPA) – Long-time favorite “red gravy” joint that stays true to 80 year old family recipes that came from Naples, Italy
* Noir (1909) – Stylish and alluring restaurant and bar featuring Montreal influenced Italian cooking
* Noord (1046 Tasker) – Dutch BYOB with a white-tablecloth view of the Singing Fountain that scored as “2013 Top Newcomer” by the city’s top influencers and writers
* POPE (1501 EPA) – Friendly and comfortable neighborhood bar with extensive beer selection
* Paradiso (1627 EPA) – Modern Italian neighborhood favorite and notable pioneer in East Passyunk’s restaurant revival
* Plenty (1710 EPA) – One-of-a-kind gourmet quick-serve cafe that combines internationally inspired gourmet sandwiches and salads with a full coffee bar
* Stateside (1536 EPA) – One of Philadelphia Magazine’s ‘Top 50 Restaurants’ in the City with lively menu, industrial interior and extensive drink options
* Stogie Joe’s (1801 EPA) – Your go-to place for friendly folks, cold beer and a relaxing atmosphere
* South Philly Bar & Grill (1235 EPA) – America’s favorite sports bar serving something for everyone
* Tre Scalini (1915 EPA) –East Passyunk longtime favorite with authentic traditional Italian menu
* Will BYOB (1911 EPA) – Intimate BYOB with artfully presented plates meant to delight all of the senses
East Passyunk Restaurant Week is presented by the East Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement District with support from sponsors Jim Beam, Philadelphia Weekly, South Philly Review, Where Magazine, YELP and Aversa PR & Events.
For full menus, days of the week, add-ons and other surprises, visit www.
Reservations are now open at all restaurants. Call EARLY and remember to come hungry!
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