MarketPlace PHL, LLC, is the private partner with the City of Philadelphia in the management of the food and retail programs throughout Philadelphia International Airport.
PHILADELPHIA – Get ready to taste your way around Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) as it cooks up something special for its annual PHL Restaurant Week. Starting Monday, Oct. 23, passengers can celebrate with a fixed-price lunch and a fixed-price dinner menus offered by select restaurants throughout the airport, until Sunday, Oct. 29.
Don’t miss out on this week’s deals on meals; kick back and relax at any of the airport’s phenomenal eateries participating in PHL Restaurant Week and treat yourself to multicourse prix fixe lunch or dinner menus featuring delicious dishes and Philly favorites. Plus, enjoy a complimentary fountain Pepsi beverage, included with all lunch and dinner menus.
Guests can enjoy a variety of mouthwatering menu items such as fusilli pasta with marinara from Bud & Marilyn’s; crab pasta from Chickie’s & Pete’s; and even pumpkin spice cannoli from one of PHL Food & Shop’s latest additions, Good Luck Pizza Co., a first-time PHL Restaurant Week participant.
“Besides getting great deals on expertly prepared lunches and dinners, PHL Restaurant Week is a great opportunity to take one of our new restaurants for a spin,” said Mel Hannah, Vice President and General Manager of MarketPlace PHL. “Any and all restaurants are accessible post-security, so travelers can dine in one terminal and fly out of another.”
2023 PHL Restaurant Week participants include:
Bar Symon (Terminal D)
Bud & Marilyn’s (Terminal C)
Chickie’s & Pete’s (Terminal A-West, Terminal C, D/E Connector, Terminal E)
Cibo Bistro & Wine Bar (Terminal B)
Good Luck Pizza Co. (Terminal E)
Independence Prime (Terminal B)
Jack Duggan’s Pub & Restaurant (Terminal A-East)
Local Tavern (Terminal F)
LOVE Grille (Terminal B)
Mezzogiorno (Terminal B)
Noobar (Terminal B)
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