Press release

Center City District Restaurant Week Returns this Spring

Giavana Suraci
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Prix Fixe Indoor, Outdoor & Takeout Dining Available this May 17-28!

Philadelphia, PA (April 27, 2021) – With the volume of pedestrians on Center City sidewalks steadily increasing and offices beginning to reopen,  Center City District Restaurant Week returns in mid-May to reconnect regional residents and workers with their favorite dining locations. Beginning Monday, May 17 through Friday, May 28, more than 60 restaurants are partnering with the CCD to provide a safe and lively dining experience, indoors, outdoors or takeaway.

Prix fixe three-course dinners will be offered for $35 per person, as well as $20 three-course lunches at participating locations. Tax, gratuity and beverages are not included and CCD hopes that patrons will tip as generously as they are able. Guests may dine indoors (in accordance with City Health Department capacity guidelines), outdoors in a streetery or a café, or in their own homes by ordering takeout. Menu and reservation information for participating locations can be found at

Participating restaurants include established favorites, such as Little Nonna’s or Bank & Bourbon, as well as newcomers, including Clementine’s Stable Café. This season, diners can also enjoy cocktails from Maker’s 46 and Roku Gin that complement the specialty Restaurant Week menus. Cocktails to-go will also be offered at select locations. Patrons have the opportunity to win dinner for a year by entering at

Discounted parking will be offered to Restaurant Week diners for $9 or less at participating Philadelphia Parking Association and Philadelphia Parking Authority garages. Guests are encouraged to plan their transportation arrangements when making dinner reservations, or plan to access a digital parking voucher at Restaurants will no longer provide tear-off parking vouchers on check inserts. 

“As Center City continues to safely reopen, we look forward to welcoming back our regional and city residents to our restaurants,” said Michelle Shannon, Vice President of Marketing for Center City District. “For those who have not yet enjoyed our vibrant, yet socially distanced, streeteries, it's a chance to come back to your favorite restaurants or try something new. We encourage guests to support our servers by tipping them generously.”

Participating restaurants must follow all CDC, City and State guidelines to ensure the safety of all guests. People who decide to dine out are asked to protect themselves and others by being responsible customers. Help keep workers safe by wearing a mask until it’s time to eat or drink. Stay six feet away from others when possible, and wash your hands often. Anyone who feels sick, or has come in contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 within the past 14 days, should stay home. 

The current list of participating locations include: 

1518 Bar & Grill

A. Kitchen

Abe Fisher

Alice Pizza

Amada - Philadelphia


Bank & Bourbon


Barra Rossa

Bellini Grill

Bistro La Baia

Bistro Romano

Bleu Sushi

Branzino Italian Ristorante

Bud & Marilyn's

Caribou Café

Chima Steakhouse

Clementine's Stable Café

Con Murphy's Irish Pub

Cuba Libre Restaurant & Rum Bar

D'Angelo's Ristorante Italiano

Dim Sum House by Jane G's

Entrée BYOB

Estia Restaurant



Gran Caffe L'Aquila

Hard Rock Café


Iron Hill Restaurant & Brewery

Jasmine Rice


La Famiglia Restaurant

La Fontana Della Citta

LaScala's Fire

La Viola Bistro

La Viola Ovest

Liberte LoungeLibertine


Little Nonna's


Lou Bird's

Malbec Argentine Steakhouse

McCormick & Schmicks

Mercato BYOB






Pumpkin BYOB

Red Owl Tavern

Ristorante Aroma


SOUTH Restaurant & Jazz Club

Spasso Italian Grill

Spice Finch

Square 1682

Tequilas Restaurant

The Olde Bar

The Twisted Tail

The Wayward

Top Tomato Bar & Pizza


Yamitsuki Ramen

Center City District Restaurant Week is presented by Maker’s Mark 46, Roku Gin and Open Table, with support from the PHLCVB, Philadelphia Parking Association and the Philadelphia Parking Authority. Visit for an updated list of restaurants, menus and links to make reservations via OpenTable.


About Center City District 

The Center City District, a private-sector organization dedicated to making Center City Philadelphia clean, safe and attractive, is committed to maintaining Center City’s competitive edge as a regional employment center, a quality place to live, and a premier regional destination for dining, shopping and cultural attractions. Find us at and on Facebook and Twitter.

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