The menu features some old favorites, plus tons of new dishes.
Over 200 restaurants offer special prix fixe menus during the 5th annual Restaurant Week.
The owner recalls his grandmother's black-boned chicken soup, served to him as a youth when he fell ill.
Like groundhog's day, the cooking demos signal the coming of Restaurant Week.
From foie ravioli to foie ice cream, the Parisian caviar giant is singing a swan song to the soon-to-be-banned ingredient.
If the Mayan doomsday prophecy is indeed true, this will be the second last Restaurant Week ever.
But do go forth and reserve if $24.07 lunches and $35 dinners are your thing.
The connections may be somewhat tenuous, as the city's eateries seek to gain traction from the ever popular film festival.
Everything from liquified foie gras to injectable foie gras were on hand as the chefs protest a coming ban.
It's sort of a response to Restaurant Week, which the restaurant isn't participating in this year.
With just three nights of Restaurant Week left, the relief couldn't come any sooner.
The Fairmount fixture is firing back with its own food and drink deals.
For the Restaurant Week weary, the Franklin Mortgage crew steps up with late night discounts on cocktails.
Starr and Garces are both quick to offer alternatives to Restaurant Week deals.
Just when you thought it was safe to put down your fork...
The bi-annual dining deal partners with Philly Homegrown to promote locally procured ingredients.
Plus, Steve Cuozzo makes a list of "intolerable" restaurants.
For those willing to look, dining epiphanies are still out there during these prix fixe lunch and dinner days.