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Laurel

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  • Alcohol: BYOB
  • Meals Served: Dinner
  • Price: $$
  • Accepts Credit Cards: Yes
  • Hours: Tuesday through Saturday - Open at 5 p.m.

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Laurel Goes Exclusively to Tasting Menus

Photo by by M. Fischetti for Visit Philadelphia

Photo by by M. Fischetti for Visit Philadelphia

Starting in May, Laurel will be moving to only offering tasting menus. Currently, Nick Elmi’s East Passyunk BYOB offers the option of a la carte during the week with tasting menus only on Fridays and Saturdays. Elmi tells us, 70% of weeknight guests are now¬†choosing the tasting menu and “it really doesn’t make sense for a small space like ours to carry a full menu.” Elmi says it has always been the goal to go tasting menu only at Laurel, and the restaurant’s reception has allowed him to speed up the process.

The number of courses and pricing remains the same, 7 courses for $85 per person.




May reservations will be available beginning on Tuesday, March 3rd, starting at noon.

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50 Best Restaurants in Philadelphia - 2015 [Foobooz]

Philly Has Two Of The Best New Restaurants In The United States (According To GQ’s Alan Richman)

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Professional mouth (and Philly native) Alan Richman has come out with another list of the 25 Best New Restaurants in the United States for GQ magazine, and Philly has made the cut–twice.

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Time Running Out for Early Bird Philly Cooks Tickets

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The Foobooz Speakeasy from Philly Cooks 2014

Get your tickets for Philly Cooks Big Event¬†before the end of day on Friday, January 9th in order to save 15%. After that the tickets go up to $100. The Big Event will feature food from more than 40 of Philadelphia’s best restaurants including this year’s number one restaurant, Laurel.

The event will also feature the chance to try food from Philadelphia’s newest restaurants including Brick and Mortar, Bing Bing Dim Sum, Palladino’s and more.




Get your Philly Cooks Big Event tickets now before the prices go up.

Philly Cooks [Philadelphia Magazine]

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