Philadelphia, PA– The Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce proudly announces Dine Latino Restaurant Week's return, taking place from May 5, 2021, Cinco de Mayo through May 9, 2021.
Dine Latino Restaurant Week Cinco de Mayo through May 9, 2021.
The five-day culinary event offers patrons one complimentary appetizer or dessert with the purchase of two dinner entrees.
Dine Latino Restaurant Week is part of the GPHCC's more extensive R+ campaign designed to support the growth and development of Latino-owned businesses during this highly challenging economy by providing access to resources, expert advice, networks, and educational opportunities.
Additionally, the GPHCC is dedicated to helping Latino restaurant owners navigate a new way of doing business. After the success of the inaugural Dine Latino Restaurant Week in September 2020, the GPHCC was able to deliver $15,000 in micro-grants to participating restaurants. As part of this year's effort to support Latino-owned and operated restaurants.
Dine Latino Restaurant Week Elevates Latino-owned Philly Restaurants
Dine Latino Restaurant Week creates the opportunity for enhanced patronage of some of the city's most unique Latino-owned restaurants at no cost to the participating restaurants. The promotion will take place during dinner service only, with options for takeout, delivery, and select indoor/outdoor dining at various participating restaurants.
- Adelita Mexican Taqueria & Restaurant
- Alma del Mar Restaurant
- Bar Bombon
- Café y Chocolate
- Casa Mexico
- District Taco
- El Merkury
- El Sabor De Mi Tierra
- Jezabel’s Argentinean Bakery & BYO
- La Caleñita
- La Canasta
- La Llorona Cantina Mexicana
- La Mula Terca
- Las Cazuelas
- Los Cuatro Soles
- Queen Rook Game Café
- Parada Maimon
- Sazon Restaurant & Cafe
- South Philly Barbacoa
- Tacos California
- The New Lou & Choo Lounge
- Taqueria Morales
Dine Latino Restaurant Week is sponsored by Aramark and the Philadelphia 76rs, with promotional partnerships with Visit Philadelphia, Comcast NBC Universal, Cashman & Associates, and Young Caribbean Professional Network.
All restaurants participating in Dine Latino have pledged to follow all safety and sanitation guidelines set forth by the CDC, Pennsylvania Department of Health, and the City of Philadelphia. Patrons should become familiar with restaurant reservation policies by calling in advance or by visiting their website. Note that menus are subject to change, and reservations are subject to availability.
For the latest updates, you can follow @phlHispanicChamber on Facebook, @GPHCC on Twitter, and @GPHCC on Instagram, as well as @dinelatino_phl on Instagram. #DINELATINO.