Source, KYW News Radio, Hadas Kuznits
The 5th annual King of Prussia Restaurant Week begins Monday.
Forty-four restaurants are participating in the event, taking place from March 11 through March 17.
“There are a lot of new restaurants in King of Prussia and almost all of them are participating,” said Rachel Ammon, with the King of Prussia District. “This is a record-breaking year for us. The breakdown is we have 33 fine dining and 11 fast casual restaurants participating this year.”
Ammon says there will be 33 fine dining restaurants and 11 fast casual restaurants participating this year, which means plenty of great dining deals.
“We have lunch menus priced at $10, $15 or $20,” she said, “and dinner menus at $20, $30 or $40.”
And Ammon says this year, there’s also a charitable component to restaurant week.
“Two-point-five percent from each of the menus goes to benefit Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia,” she explained, “and then our fast casual restaurants are not participating with pre-fixed menus, but they will be, on select days, donating to Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.”
You can view all of the participating restaurants and the menus each will be offering at the King of Prussia Restaurant Week website. www.koprestaurantweek.com
“You can actually make a reservation for most of the restaurants directly on the site through their open table links,” Ammon explained.
She says all the big steakhouses are participating, and there will be a ton of great family-friendly dining options too.