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Northern Liberties Restaurant Week to return in April

Nearly two dozen establishments will be taking part this spring.

Outside of Jerry’s Bar on Laurel St. | Photo courtesy of Kris Kennedy

The Northern Liberties Business Improvement District recently announced that its second annual Northern Liberties Restaurant Week will take place from Friday, April 1, to Sunday, April 10.

The more than 20 participating neighborhood restaurants will be offering two or more course lunches for $10-$15 and three-course dinners for $25-$35.   

“Northern Liberties has quickly regained its status as one of the hottest food destinations in the city – with more than a half-dozen restaurants still on the way to open this coming year,” said NLBID executive director Kris Kennedy in a press release. “Our restaurant week is a celebration of all the energy, creativity and talent. It is a fantastic way to experience and show off that growth.”

Restaurants that will take part include:

  • Anejo Philly
  • Apricot Stone
  • Bagels and Co.
  • Ban Thai Cuisine
  • Boricua Restaurant
  • Bourbon and Ranch
  • Cantina Dos Segundos
  • El Camino Real
  • Figo Ristorante
  • Hello Vietnam Asian Bistro
  • Heritage
  • Jerry’s Bar
  • North Bowl
  • SET NoLibs
  • Spuntino Wood Fired Pizzeria
  • Standard Tap
  • Urban Village Brewing Company

A full, updated list of restaurants can be found at www.northernlibertiesrestaurantweek.com

Reservations, which are strongly encouraged, can be made by contacting each individual restaurant.

“I have been looking forward to restaurant week all year,” said Salvatore Corollo, owner of Spuntino. “Having the opportunity to create a menu for potential new customers is what I live for.”

Joe DiProsperos
Joe DiProsperos
Joe DiProsperos is a reporter for the South Philly Review and the Star News. Follow him on Twitter @JoeyD_6 or email at jdiprosperos@newspapermediagroup.com
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