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Are You Ready for Main Line Today Restaurant Week?

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Dig into delicious dining and support local eateries during Main Line Today’s Restaurant Week from August 23 through September 5.

It has been a tough year for everyone, especially the local restaurants that have struggled due to the pandemic. On the other hand, a number of new and exciting restaurants have opened their doors in the Main Line over the past year. To celebrate our 25th anniversary and support our local businesses, we’re excited to announce the debut of Main Line Today Restaurant Week (MLTRW), which will feature dozens of the best places to eat throughout Philadelphia’s western suburbs.

Beginning August 23 and running through September 5, participating restaurants will offer three-course prix fixe menus for diners to enjoy at their establishments. Some will even have outdoor seating for guests to enjoy a nice lunch or dinner with a breeze and a view. During this limited-time opportunity, restaurants offer local food lovers the opportunity to enjoy dinner for just $36.95 (per person, plus tax, beverage and gratuity) or lunch for $24.95 (per person, plus tax, beverage and gratuity). Sounds scrumptious, right?

To help plan this exciting event, Main Line Today created an advisory board to determine the perfect time of year and best pricing for each meal. Participating restaurants can choose whether to offer fan-favorite staples, new and seasonal menu items, or a mixture of the two.

To date, nearly three dozen restaurants are participating, including The Gables at Chadds Ford, Rosalie and Sophie’s BBQ, to name only a few. In other words, this is a can’t-miss event for foodies in the Main Line. Menus will be available in advance for each participating restaurant as the event draws nearer, which means there’s more than enough time to review the offerings at each eatery to plan the ultimate Restaurant Week experience. For more information on MLTRW, click here.

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