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Le Chéri

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  • Alcohol: Full Bar
  • Meals Served: Dinner
  • Price: $$$
  • Accepts Credit Cards: Yes
  • Hours: Dinner: Wednesday - Sunday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm

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Celebrate Bastille Day With Le Chéri

Le Cheri Bastille DayLe Chéri is blocking off the entire, well, block to celebrate Bastille Day on Tuesday, July 14th. With the street closed down, you’ll dance under the stars with DJ Robby Rob all night long. But, more importantly, you’ll eat a full buffet dinner with wine pairings by chef/owners Charlotte and Pierre Camels. We’ve got the menu below. They’ll have you fully wined and dined by the time the auction rolls around.

That’s right, there’s a silent auction and raffle, too. The only thing that’s not included in the overall cost, raffle tickets will be available for $5/ticket or $20 for 5 tickets. They’re raffling off 2 round trip tickets to Paris with Delta Airlines. There will be a whole slew of auction items to bid on (hence the wining and dining). Some of the more notable donors include the 76ers, Analog Watch Co, Bikram Yoga Northern Liberties, Bistrot la Minette, Fork Restaurant, Franklin Fountain, La Colombe, the Eagles and many, many more.

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Retro Week: Your Favorite Throwback Dishes In Philly


It being Thursday and us being in a retro kind of mood this week here at Foobooz World HQ, we decided to do our own little game of Throwback Thursday. But rather than asking for ridiculous photos of you passed out drunk in someone’s basement rec room with your parachute pants and Flock Of Seagulls hair, we’re looking for something better. What we want you to reminisce about are your favorite throwback dishes being served in Philly–what you like and where you go to get it today.

What’s that? You want some examples? We’re here to help.

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Five-Course, Four-Chef D’Artagnan Charity Dinner At Le Cheri

Meats from D'Artagnan

Meats from D’Artagnan

D’Artagnan, the meat and charcuterie purveyor to many of the best restaurants around the country, is celebrating its 30th anniversary with a charity dinner party at Le Cheri. Yes, tickets are expensive. But we’re talking five courses with paired wines being prepared by some of the best chefs in the city, in celebration of one of the top purveyors in the business.

And the menu? It looks kind of amazing.

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