[UPDATE] Roundup: Upcoming Restaurant Weeks In Philly (And Beyond)

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Philly’s summer has just become a little more delicious and a little less expensive with all of the upcoming restaurant weeks. But with as many as there are, it can be hard to keep track of the whens and wheres, so here’s a guide to the deals happening in Philadelphia.


[UPDATE] Ambler Restaurant Week
Going on now until the 21st, Ambler is hosting its 6th restaurant week full of discounted menus and delicious eats. Dinner prices range from $20 to $35, while lunch prices start at $12. Restaurants include Trax Restaurant & Cafe, KC's Alley, and Cantina Feliz. So whether you're craving a juicy burger, Mexican flare, or just good n'cheap meal, Ambler's restaurant week has got it. To see the full list of all participating restaurants, click here.

First Ever Old City Restaurant Week
Though new to the restaurant week scene, Old City is certainly no newbie when it comes to hopping restaurants. And starting Sunday, July 20th, until the 27th, you can try some of the neighborhood's most popular dining spots for a discounted price. 28 participating restaurants, such as Amada, Continental Restaurant, and Cuba Libre, will offer lunch/dinner menus priced at $15, $25, or $35. And on top of the discounted menus, the sponsors of the event - including Franklin Fountain, Great Lakes Brewing Co., and Southern Wine & Spirits - will have special deals at participating restaurants. One of which is the new ice cream flavor called Cobblestone: a mix of chocolate, peanut butter swirl, and pretzels. Need we say more?

Night Out Restaurant Week
What do 3 neighborhoods + 10 musical guests equal? Night Out. From August 1 to August 10, stop by any one of the participating restaurants for menus priced at $25 or $35. Restaurants include Bar Ferdinand, Lloyd, and The Pickled Heron. Plus if you're in the mood for some tunes, Night Out will be hosting a new musical guest every day.

And don't forget about the restaurant weeks we've already covered:
PREIT's South Jersey Restaurant Week
South Jersey Hot Chefs 
University City Dining Days

 

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