Looking to become reacquainted with West Chester’s food scene, one that features more than 65 restaurants? Itching to discover the borough’s newest eateries? West Chester’s upcoming, seven-day culinary celebration is your best bet, returning May 9–16.
During West Chester Restaurant Week, participating restaurants will offer irresistible prices and special multi-course menus for lunch or dinner—many of which are doing both.
From Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant’s $22.50 three-course menu featuring asparagus and mushroom salad aside pan-seared pork tenderloins and creme brulee, to Doc Magrogan’s Oyster House’s $35 tasting with selections like crab and cucumber salad prosciutto-wrapped shrimp in the limelight, the wide variety of prix fixe options will keep you hitting the downtown pavement all week long.
Barnaby’s, D’Ascenzo’s Gelato, Judy’s Kitchen, Kildare’s Irish Pub, Kreutz Creek Winery, Landmark Americana, Lincoln Room, Spice Indian Thai Bistro, Side Bar & Restaurant and Teca are also slated to participate in restaurant week.
For more information and full menus, visit downtownwestchester.com.