Midnight in Paris (on Walnut Street)
- When the weather is fine, dine or sip at an outdoor table -- perfect for people watching on busy Walnut Street.
- Three prix fixe menus are offered: $16 lunch, $29 all-day or $35 dinner, which are some of the best buys in all of Philly.
- There are some amazing Happy Hour deals at the bar from 4-6pm every evening!
Good to Know
- Their mezzanine is available for private parties and can comfortably seat forty guests.
- There is one television at the bar, which you might have to encourage the bartender to put on if you want to watch a game. Then again, why would you watch baseball in France?
- French-heavy wine list, understandably.
- Save room for dessert. That Caribou brioche bread pudding is mammoth. Then again, it can also make for a great breakfast the next morning.
- Can be quite crowded with pre-theatre patrons before neighboring performances.
·Paté du Jour
·Moules Frites (steamed mussels in wine, curry and cream sauce)
·Onglet à l’Echalote (steak frites)
·Raie aux Câpres, Ragoût d’Haricots Tomaté (skate fish with caper sauce)
·Caribou Brioche Bread Pudding
·Great value: Côteaux du Languedoc, Domaine St. Martin, France, $38/bottle
·Worth the splurge: Chateau Vieux Chevrol, Lalande de Pomerol, $79/bottle
- As seen on the Food Network
A reservation will now earn you: 200 Reward pts.
For every reservation that you make and honor (you actually show up at the restaurant and have a meal) on CityEats.com, you will earn 200 CityEats Rewards points. If you then write a review of your dining experience, you will earn an additional 200 points. Once you have collected 2,500 points, you can redeem them for either a $25 gift certificate or a charitable donation in the amount of $25.