The $9.99 multii-course deal is available weekdays 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Chifa celebrates Duck Week with new dishes and a tasting menu.
The dishes will showcase fall flavors, Basque traditions and an optional cider pairing.
Dishes include hits from Amada, Latin Evolution and Iron Chef America.
Upping the ante for Restaurant Week and its many imitators, Marathon is offering three-course dinners for $20.
Like many other restaurants, Adsum resides outside of the Center City District's boundaries.
Rather than stressing about how to score a seat at Amada or Buddakan, consider one of the newcomers to Restaurant Week.
Chef Peter Woolsey will prepare and serve a special four-course prix fixe menu for $22.
The collaborations are seen as an outgrowth of Philly's thriving restaurant culture.
The two prix fixe menus highlighting tomatoes and peaches will be available nightly.
The new lunch menu offers an appetizer, entree and side dish.
The idea is give guests a tastes of several of the menu's most popular items for as little money as possible.
The dinner showcases the bounty of fresh ingredients reaped from Noble's rooftop garden.
New Jersey's chefs remind us why their state is the Garden State.
Chef David Katz gives his menus a new look for summer.
Chanukah Salmon and pastrami-studded mac and cheese are on the menu.
The restaurant launches a daily prix-fixe lunch special.
The restaurant is switching to a model more in keeping with Gramercy Tavern.
The restaurant breaks its no-reservations policy for a prix fixe New Year's feast.