The annual Ardmore Restaurant Week returns from July 15-28, showcasing over 20 of the hottest Ardmore area restaurants with specially priced lunch and dinner menus. Diners can experience two-course lunch menus for $10 and $15 and three-course dinner menus for $15, $25 and $35.
“Ardmore Restaurant Week is one of our most anticipated events of the year,” says Nancy Scarlato, Ardmore Initiative’s executive director. “Ardmore is one of the fastest growing dining destinations in the area and Ardmore Restaurant Week gives us a chance to celebrate established Ardmore favorites and introduce our newcomers.”
The two-week celebration will kick off a day early this year on July 14, with a new outdoor French-themed Ardmore’s Bastille Day Block Party. Stroll Station Avenue, which will be home to a French wine garden complete with can can dancers, live entertainment, music, food, pastries, games and more.
Throughout the two weeks, local chefs and restaurateurs will showcase menus that feature both signature dishes and event-only specials. Returning participants include The Bercy, Bam Bam Seoul Kitchen, Delice et Chocolate, Ripplewood Whiskey & Craft, Tired Hands and Marokko, to name a few.
Throughout restaurant week, parking will be free after 6 p.m. and all day Sunday.