Philadelphia Style recently published a Philadelphia Restaurant Week article featuring 3 of our clients titled; 6 Center City District Restaurant Week Eateries to Add to Your List. You can find the original post here or read below.
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The city’s very public love letter to its bustling dining scene is back in the form of Center City District Restaurant Week (Jan. 17-22 and 24-29) to offer locals and visitors a culinary tour of the best that Philadelphia has to offer. Check out who’s new to the game and which eateries you have to visit below.
For this year’s restaurant week, this charming and quaint eatery will offer guests a sampling of classic Southern bites, which includes seafood gumbo made with smoked okra and spicy Caroline rice, and grilled pork chops served with creamed collards, boudin croquette, and sorghum mustard.600 N. Broad St., 215-600-0220
The Olde Bar | AHS CLIENT
This newcomer will not only be celebrating its participation in Center City District Restaurant Week, but The Olde Bar helmed by chef Jose Garces will also be honoring its one year anniversary as well. For this joyous affair, we suggest sampling their New England clam chowder before diving into their lobster roll served with fresh Maine lobster, celery seed mayo, and Old Bay chips. 125 Walnut St., 215-253-3777
Gran Caffe L’Aquila | AHS CLIENT
This authentic Italian cafe and eatery is a must-try spot, thanks to a rave-worthy lunch and dinner menu. Among their notable dishes, we specifically have our sights set on their carbonara, a spaghetti smothered in pecorino-romano cheese, mixed in with egg, and seasoned with black pepper before getting a dollop of Italian bacon gelato for lunch. For dinner, we’ll be noshing on their grilled lamb and beef skewers served with Calabrian chili pepper sauce, and their agnoletti or homemade ravioli stuffed with veal, pork, onions, and herbs, and finished with a butter sage sauce and truffle gelato. 1716 Chestnut St., 215-568-5600
Bud & Marilyn’s | AHS CLIENT
For years, chef Marcie Turney (of Barbuzzo, Jamonera) and partner Valerie Safran have been injecting Philadelphia’s dining scene with one buzzy restaurant after another. Now, their latest American-inspired establishment Bud & Marilyn’s, will be entering their first year on the restaurant week docket with sure-to-please dishes that food lovers can’t miss out on. Think crispy cheese curds dipped with smoked guajillo chile salsa and burnt scallion ranch, and Marilyn’s fried chicken served wtih buttermilk biscuits, zucchini pickles, and salted honey butter for the ultimate dining experience. 1234 Locust St., 215-546-2220
This swanky dining club is kicking off restaurant week for its second time on January 17 with live entertainment from Drew Nugent from 6-9 p.m. Listen to the smooth sounds of 1920s jazz while indulging in Vesper’s rave-worthy dishes: start with their roasted bone marrow with fig jam and grilled crostini before moving onto quail ragu with hominy grits, and ending with their decadent passion fruit crème brûlée for a memorable meal. 223 S. Sydenham St., 267-930-3818
Franky Bradley’s | AHS CLIENT
This funky American revival located in Midtown Village will be serving a mouthwatering array of dishes you can’t miss out on, including the spicy smoked sausage with bread and butter pickles, garlic mustard, and grilled bread, and their seasonal butternut squash and sage lasagna topped with arugula, spiced pumpkin seeds, and pecorino. 1320 Chancellor St., 215-735-0735
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