Press Release

Feb
15

dineKOP Restaurant Returns to King of Prussia March 5-11, 2018

February 15, 2018

4th annual dineKOP features record number of restaurants and a brand new shopping event, KOP Shops for CHOP

King of Prussia, PA (February 12, 2018) – dineKOP Restaurant Week returns for its 4th year from March 5-11, 2018, with a record-breaking 28 restaurants offering special 3-course prix-fixe lunch and dinner menus at incredible prices.

Presented by King of Prussia District (KOP-BID), dineKOP showcases King of Prussia’s diverse dining scene, which includes nearly every major steakhouse, lively sports bars and first-to-market restaurants. Lunch menus are priced at: $10, $15 or $20. Dinner menus are priced at: $20, $30 or $40.

A portion of the proceeds from dineKOP is donated to Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) King of Prussia Specialty Care & Surgery Center. Since 2015, dineKOP has raised $37,000 for the Center. Many of the participating restaurants will host CHOP Ambassador Families during dineKOP, giving these families a much-needed opportunity to relax and enjoy a good meal together.

New this year, dineKOP introduces KOP Shops for CHOP, a charitable day of shopping on Saturday, March 10, 2018. Participating retailers and fast-casual restaurants will donate a portion of proceeds from March 10 to Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) King of Prussia Specialty Care & Surgery Center. The growing list of participating locations includes Tory Burch, Ted Baker, Clarks, South Moon Under, Marmi Shoes, Touché Accessories, Shake Shack (exterior location), District Taco, B.GOOD and more. For a full list, visit KOPShops.com.

“The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s King of Prussia Specialty Care Center team truly appreciates the continued support from our community,” said Claire Bowers, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia King of Prussia Specialty Care Site Manager. “Proceeds from dineKOP Restaurant Week will help us continue to expand beyond the walls of the hospital into our surrounding communities, providing breakthrough care and outstanding patient-family experiences like no other. We are extremely thankful for our neighbors in the King of Prussia District.”

The list of participating restaurants includes KOP staples and many new to KOP:

  • Bahama Breeze
  • Bonefish Grill
  • Cantina Laredo
  • City Works Eatery & Pour House
  • Creed’s Seafood & Steaks
  • Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse
  • Fogo de Chao
  • Founding Farmers (NEW! Opened in 2017!)
  • Legal Sea Foods
  • Maggiano’s Little Italy
  • Mistral (NEW! Opened in 2017!)
  • Morton’s The Steakhouse
  • Outback Steakhouse
  • Paladar Latin Kitchen & Rum Bar
  • Pepper’s Italian Restaurant
  • Ralph’s of South Philly
  • Revolution Chop House
  • Ruth’s Chris Steak House
  • Savona
  • Seasons 52
  • Sullivan’s Steakhouse
  • The Capital Grille
  • The Melting Pot
  • The Pub by Wegmans
  • Tiffin Indian Cuisine (NEW! Opened in 2017!)
  • True Food Kitchen (NEW! Opened in 2017!)
  • Valley Tavern
  • Yard House (NEW! Opened in 2017!)


For menus and full list of restaurants, visit
dineKOP.com.

“It’s no secret that King of Prussia experienced a restaurant boom in 2016 and 2017,” said Eric Goldstein, King of Prussia Executive Director.  “Whether you try out one of our newcomers like Founding Farmers, Mistral or True Food Kitchen, or revisit a KOP favorite like Seasons 52, Legal Sea Foods or The Capital Grille, dineKOP is a great time to explore our incredible culinary scene.”

dineKOP is produced by the King of Prussia District. Additional sponsorship and support for dineKOP is provided by Conlin’s Digital Print & Copy Center (Print Sponsor), Valley Forge Tourism & Convention Board and Crave Montco, Opici Wines (Event Sponsors), King of Prussia Mall (In Kind Sponsor), OpenTable and Main Line Today (Media Sponsors).

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ABOUT KING OF PRUSSIA DISTRICT

King of Prussia District (KOP-BID) is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit, special services organization. KOP-BID engages public and private partners to collaboratively improve the economic environment in King of Prussia by making it more vibrant, attractive and prosperous.

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