- Neighborhood: Avenue of the Arts
- 440 South Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA
- Phone: 215-735-1913
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- Cuisine: New American
- Price: $$$
- Accepts Credit Cards: Yes
A man can’t live on gin and tonic alone.
Well, he can, I suppose. And god knows I try. But the changing seasons here don’t just affect what’s for dinner at Philly’s better bars and restaurants, they also mean changes to cocktail lists across the city. We poked around a little bit, and here’s what we found: Almost a dozen cool-weather cocktails that you should be drinking this weekend.
Today through Thursday, October 1st, Sbraga is celebrating its fourth anniversary with a rollback to its original pricing of $39 for the four-course prix-fixe menu. The current menu is $55 per person (PDF) with an optional $40 beverage pairing. And it’s actually a better deal than the original as the foie gras soup will be served as a complimentary amuse bouche.
Here’s another chance to have a great dinner for a good cause.
Sbraga is going to be doing a six-course chef’s counter tasting menu on Tuesday, May 26 to benefit CHOP (specifically Daisy Days). The meal will be inspired by backyard summer barbecues, seats are $100 a pop, and 50% of the proceeds from the dinner will go straight to the charity–so yeah, you get to go to a great restaurant, eat a fine meal and walk away knowing that you’ve done something good for someone else. Win / win / win.
We've got a copy of the menu below, too. Just in case you need a little more convincing...