Delicious details for Northern Liberties Restaurant Week

Northern Liberties Restaurant Week
Pera in NoLibs Restaurant Week.
Eddy Marenco

Northern Liberties Restaurant Week is making its return for 2024 with more spots on the list than ever before. From Feb. 2 to 11, Philadelphians can dine at over two dozen spots offering lunches at $15 and $20, plus specialty-priced three-course dinners for $20, $25 and $40. 

“Northern Liberties Business Improvement District is proud to bring back Northern Liberties Restaurant Week,” said NLBID Executive Director Cassidy Martin in a statement. “Northern Liberties continues to gain popularity as one of the hottest food destinations in the city — with around a dozen more restaurants, cafes and food-oriented businesses set to grand open in 2024.”

Martin continued: “Our restaurant week is a celebration of all the energy, creativity and talent. It is a fantastic way to experience and show off that growth. Come and try a spot you have never been to, or experience your favorite places all over again. This is an affordable way to get out for the spring with friends and family. We hope to see you there.”

Northern Liberties Restaurant Week
Baan ThaiEddy Marenco

Returning favorites include Añejo Philly, Pera Turkish Cuisine, Cantina Dos Segundos, Figo Ristorante, Apricot Stone, Standard Tap, Bagels and Co., El Camino, Hello Vietnam and more. 

New restaurants joining the line-up this year will include Royal Thai, Seiko Japanese, Playa Bowls, Bar1010, Silk City, the new SET NoLibs and more to be added. As the release notes, each restaurant can select if they will do lunch, dinner or both, and their price points. Some restaurants will additionally offer upgrades to their meals for those seeking a higher-end experience.

Cuisines for the 2024 Northern Liberties Restaurant Week include Vietnamese, Armenian, Italian, American, Chinese, Thai, Mexican and much more. A full list of participating spots offering everything from pizzas to salads to sushi to skewers and everything in between is available online. For reservations, diners can contact each individual restaurant through their phone, website, Opentable or Resy. 

“This is our largest line-up ever and there’s many new options this year including some grand openings in progress,” Martin finished in another statement. “It is the tastiest time of year in Northern Liberties.”

Northern Liberties Restaurant Week
Apricot StoneKory Aversa

For more information on Northern Liberties Restaurant Week, the website will showcase a map with restaurant locations, menus, price points, reservation links and more.