Plenty Cafe is adding more taps and they’re dedicated to wine.
Plenty Cafe’s location at 1602 Spruce Street reopens today after a whirlwind redo to make its offerings more in line with the East Passyunk location. That means a fourteen tap system featuring nine tap wines, two cocktails and three beers. Also being rolled out to the Spruce Street location is East Passyunk’s split service model. The cafe will offer counter service from opening till 4 p.m. and then full service from 4 p.m. to midnight. If all goes well, the small plates and evening items will be available by Friday, August 15th.
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The Cusco Sandwich at Plenty Cafe
Every Monday through Thursday from 10 p.m. to 11 p.m., Plenty Café of East Passyunk is having a late night happy hour. Here are the specials they’re offering:
- $2 off N’duja, ricotta, and spanish tortilla toasts
- $2 off kimci deviled eggs
- 25% off all drafts and 10% off all cocktails.
There are also some new additions to the menu at the East Passyunk and Center City Plenty Cafe locations, including Spanish shrimp and a veggie skillet, as well as their take on the Peruvian lomo saltado, the Cusco Sandwich (pictured), with local farm-raised smoked brisket marinated in a blend of garlic and soy. The Cusco is topped with a mixture of sautéed peppers and onions, arugula, sliced tomato, and their house aji aioli. Plenty’s Michael Harding is willing to put the Cusco up against any beef sandwich in the city.
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East Passyunk Avenue is hosting its own restaurant week starting on Sunday, February 21st and running through Saturday, February 27th. The week of deals on Philadelphia’s hottest restaurant stretch come in three flavors. There are $15, $25 and $35 options that are available for lunch/brunch or dinner. Of the 24 restaurants participating six of the restaurants participating are in Philadelphia magazine’s latest 50 Best Restaurants list.
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