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East Passyunk Restaurant Week
We never need an excuse to explore the stellar restaurants and bars on East Passyunk Avenue, named one of the 10 best foodie streets in the country by Food & Wine magazine.
But East Passyunk Avenue Restaurant Week makes for the perfect opportunity to discover a new spot or revisit an old favorite along the popular South Philly street.
During the can’t-miss promotion, hungry visitors can enjoy fantastic deals for lunch and/or dinner and choose to dine indoors, eat outdoors or order takeout (available at select locations).
There are several ways to get to East Passyunk.
Close access to the SEPTA’s Broad Street subway line via the Tasker-Morris stop and a number of buses like the 23 that cut through the neighborhood make East Passyunk particularly accessible via public transportation.
For drivers, metered parking is available on East Passyunk Avenue, there’s a municipal parking lot between Tasker and Morris and a 24-hour garage on the corner of Broad and McKean streets.
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