East Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement District (EPABID), home to more than 160 independently-owned shops and restaurants, is hosting its 10th annual East Passyunk Restaurant Week with brand new and returning fan-favorite participants serving up three-course prix fixe lunch and dinner offerings at a variety of price points, available for indoor and outdoor seating, plus takeaway options starting on Monday, February 28 through Friday, March 11.
East Passyunk Restaurant Week offers an eclectic mix of new and trending restaurants, South Philadelphia favorites, and premier culinary spots all with diverse flavors and fare. From French, to Italian, to Vietnamese, patrons can expect special menus at price points ranging from $20 to $55.
“East Passyunk restaurants are the heart and soul of the neighborhood and represent what it means to be dedicated to the Philadelphia food scene,” said EPABID Executive Director Adam Leiter. “Supporting them now is a way to make sure they’ll be able to continue offering a variety of dining options, including recent award-winners and accolade recipients as well as Avenue classics.”
This year patrons can expect prix-fixe lunch and/or dinner menus from newcomers as well as returning favorites priced at $20, $30, $40, and $55 for exclusive, elevated experiences. Some of the participating restaurants include the following:
· Bing Bing Dim Sum (1648 E Passyunk Ave) – Popular non-traditional dim sum and Chinese dishes with a Jewish twist.
· Ember & Ash (1520 E Passyunk Avenue) – A modern approach to global peasant food with menu items cooked in a specially-built wood-burning hearth, accompanied by a custom cocktail program with both alcoholic and non-alcoholic options.
· Flannel (1819 E Passyunk Avenue) – All day southern cafe featuring comfort food favorites, unique dishes, and live music on Friday and Saturday nights.
· Gabriella’s Vietnam (1837 E Passyunk Ave) – Authentic contemporary Vietnamese BYOB that brings soulful Vietnamese street eats to South Philadelphia.
· Le Virtù (1927 E Passyunk Ave) – Focused on Italy’s Abruzzo region showcased via pasta and salumi, plus thoughtful wine and beverage programs.
· P’unk Burger (1823 E Passyunk Ave) – A contemporary spot for organic, locally sourced burger patties for meat lovers and vegetarians with dozens of toppings, sauces, sides, and milkshakes.
· Townsend EPX (1623 E Passyunk Ave) – Acclaimed French restaurant offering a seasonal, all-prix fixe menu with modern versions of classic dishes courtesy of Chef Townsend Wentz.
· Triangle Tavern (1338 S 10th Street) – South Philadelphia Italian and comfort food favorites with some of the best vegan and vegetarian dishes in the city.
Click here for a full list of participant and menus, and to confirm days and timing of participation with each individual restaurant. Reservation information is available on the bottom of each menu page.
Per the City of Philadelphia’s health guidelines, establishments that sell food or drink for consumption onsite require patrons to show proof of vaccination against COVID-19. Details on guidelines are available at phila.gov, and for specific policies, please consult directly with participating establishments.
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