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Dine Latino Restaurant Week Is Returning to Philly Next Week

By Mª del Rosario Castro Díaz

Dine Latino Restaurant Week Is Returning to Philly Next Week

Philadelphia’s Dine Latino Restaurant Week is back full of authentic and creative flavors to support the local Latinamerican culinary community!

The Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (GPHCC) is bringing back its popular Dine Latino restaurant week on Wednesday, May 5, for a five-day culinary event that will allow you to discover and rediscover Latino cuisine over and over again!

ine Latino Restaurant Week is part of the GPHCC’s larger R+ campaign which was designed to support the growth and development of Latino-owned businesses during these extremely trying times, by providing access to resources, expert advice, networks and educational opportunities.

“We initially launched Dine Latino Restaurant week as a one-time-only campaign in 2020 in response to the pandemic, and we saw that it was very successful in not only boosting sales but in creating additional exposure for the diverse set of Latino owned businesses in Philadelphia,” stated Jennifer Rodriquez, President of the Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. “The 2020 initiative yielded so much success that we’ve decided to bring it back for 2021, and adopt it as a permanent initiative for the chamber.”

As part of this year’s Dine Latino restaurant week, patrons will be able to order one complimentary appetizer or dessert with the purchase of two dinner entrees from participating restaurants. Some Philly highlights include women-owned Bar Bombón, Jezabel’s Argentinian Bakery & BYO and Puyero, Adelita Mexican Taquería & Restaurant, Parada Maimón and so many more!

Dine Latino Restaurant Week will be starting on Wednesday, May, 5 — just in time for Cinco de Mayo! — and will taking place through Sunday, May 9. During this time patrons will be able to take advantage of Dine Latino’s promotion during dinner time at participating restaurants which will be open for takeout, delivery, and select indoor and outdoor dining!

For a full list of participating restaurants make sure to check out the GPHCC’s website here.

See also: Philly’s Popular Bok Bar Rooftop Is Now Open!

[Featured image: Facebook / Bar Bombón]