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A Taste of Chestnut Hill is returning from Feb. 23-28 with special prix fixe menus and offers from several of the area’s best culinary destinations. The annual event promises something for everyone, including global cuisine, comfort food, BYOB and more. Here’s a look at what to expect.
Baker Street Bread is offering a $25 eat-in lunch for two that includes tuna, turkey or chicken salad sandwiches with a side salad or soup.
Campbell’s Place has a $35 menu for restaurant week that offers soup du jour, an entree (including a veggie meatless meatloaf) and a dessert.
Chestnut Grill & Sidewalk Cafe is serving up a dine-in couples special with one appetizer and two entrees for $45 after 5 p.m. It includes two fountain drinks, iced tea, coffee or tea.
Chestnut Hill Brewing Company is pouring a glass of beer or wine to pair with an appetizer, a pizza or pasta entree and hazelnut mocha cookies for dessert. This three-course meal is priced at $25.
El Poquito brings Mexican cuisine to an elevated, but approachable status. Look for a $35 prix fixe menu with salsa, chips, tacos, empanadas, churros and a margarita.
Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant is highlighting some of its most popular menu items with a three-course $35 menu with the likes of Philly cheesesteak egg rolls, baked crab cakes, or Moroccan salmon.
Jansen Restaurant chef/owner David Jansen has crafted a $45 menu that uses only the freshest seasonal ingredients to create an exquisitely prepared salmon or chicken breast for patrons.
Mica lets you BYOB with a well thought out $40 menu from chef Yianni Arhontoulis. Look for creamy cauliflower soup, kale salad, roasted Scottish salmon and rutabaga noodle dishes.
Paris Bistro & Jazz Cafe mirrors France’s culinary scene with vichyssoise, espelette roasted salmon and white chocolate pouding au pain as part of its three-course, $37 menu.
Tavern on the Hill offers diners a special $35 prix fixe menu of soup or a small salad, and a choice of crab cake, baby back ribs, grilled pork chop, apricot ginger chicken breast or cheese tortellini.
Thai Kuu is hosting a four-course dinner for $35 with choices of appetizers (think crispy spring rolls), soups (Tom Yum) and entrees (pad Thai). Don’t skip dessert, which is included.
Valley Green Inn provides a bit of historic ambience and a three-course menu that includes salt roasted beef tartare, chicken pot pie and triple chocolate cake.
During restaurant week, there will be free parking in Germantown available Sunday through Friday after 6 p.m.