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Neighborhood Eateries to Offer Three-course, Prix-fixe Menus for Lunch and Dinner


PHILADELPHIA – July 15, 2014 – Attention all Philly foodies—there’s a new restaurant week in town and it launches next month for diners across the Philadelphia area. “Night Out Restaurant Week,” which will run from Friday, Aug. 1 until Sunday, Aug. 10, features 14 participating restaurants across the Fishtown, Northern Liberties and Penn’s Landing sections of the city.


From Aug. 1–10, participants will offer three courses per person for a set price. Lunches will cost either $10 or $20, while dinners will cost either $25 or $35. All restaurants will offer a dinner option, while select restaurants will offer lunch.

Participating restaurants include:

  • Bar Ferdinand – $35 dinner
  • Chart House – $35 dinner
  • Circles Contemporary Thai Cuisine (Northern Liberties) – $25 dinner
  • Darling’s Diner – $20 lunch; $35 dinner
  • El Camino Real – $10 lunch; $25 dinner
  • Il Cantuccio – $35 dinner
  • Jerry’s Bar – $35 dinner
  • Keating’s River Grill – $20 lunch; $35 dinner
  • Lloyd – $25 dinner
  • Moshulu – $20 lunch; $35 dinner
  • Pickled Heron – $35 dinner
  • The Refinery – $20 lunch; $35 dinner
  • Ristorante La Veranda – $20 lunch; $35 dinner
  • Taste – $35 dinner


Complete menu offerings and reservation information is available on the Night Out Restaurant Week website at


The 10-day event is being organized by SugarHouse Casino to showcase the variety of foods and restaurants throughout its neighborhoods.


“We’re happy to organize this for the community and shine a spotlight on our neighborhood,” Wendy Hamilton, general manager of SugarHouse Casino, said. “There are a ton of fantastic spots here, and we saw an opportunity to help showcase what they’ve got. If you haven’t been to one of these restaurants before and have been wanting to try them—now’s your chance!”


At SugarHouse’s Refinery restaurant, guests can enjoy three courses at lunch or dinner as part of the prix-fixe menu. And to really make it a “night out,” Philly’s casino has scheduled live entertainment on its outdoor waterfront stage during every evening of Night Out Restaurant Week, so diners can come to the area for dinner and stick around for some late night fun. A full entertainment lineup is available on SugarHouse’s website,


Plus, diners at any of the participating businesses are encouraged to hold on to their receipt and bring it to SugarHouse—along with the tear-off coupon on the official Night Out Restaurant Week brochure—between Aug. 1—10 to receive $10 free play.


For more information about Night Out Restaurant Week and a full list of participating restaurants and menus, please visit




SugarHouse, which opened in September 2010 as Philly’s Casino, features 1,606 slots, up to 62 table games, fun and unique dining options, riverfront views and free on-site parking. The casino employs approximately 1,100 people, and for three consecutive years has been voted a “Best Place to Work” in the Philadelphia Business Journal and a “Top Workplace” from For more information, visit



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