Retails stores aren’t the only thing growing by leaps and bounds in the King of Prussia section of Upper Merion Township. Now in its fourth year, King of Prussia District’s (KOP-BID) dineKOP Restaurant Week returns from March 5 through 11, with a record-breaking 28 restaurants on board, offering special three-course prix-fixe meals to the tune of $10, $15 or $20 for lunch, and $20, $30 or $40 for dinner.
If you’ve been meaning to try one or more restaurants in King of Prussia, whether it’s an icon like Ruth’s Chris or Sullivan’s Steakhouse, or one of the many newer kids on the culinary block like Paladar Latin Kitchen & Rum Bar, there will never be a better time to get your taste buds acquainted with the town’s diverse palate than during dineKOP, writes Gary Puleo in The Time Herald.
“The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s King of Prussia Specialty Care Center team truly appreciates the continued support from our community,” said Claire Bowers, the facility’s site manager. “Proceeds from dineKOP Restaurant Week will help us continue to expand beyond the walls of the hospital into our surrounding communities, providing breakthrough care and outstanding patient-family experiences like no other. We are extremely thankful for our neighbors in the King of Prussia District.”
New this year, dineKOP introduces KOP Shops for CHOP, a charitable day of shopping on Saturday, March 10. Participating retailers and fast-casual restaurants will donate a portion of proceeds from March 10 to CHOP King of Prussia Specialty Care & Surgery Center. The growing list of participating locations includes Tory Burch, Ted Baker, Clarks, South Moon Under, Shake Shack (exterior location) and more. For a full list, visit KOPShops.com.
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