Our Cheaper Philadelphia “Restaurant Week” at Square Peg
Our regular prices aren’t high enough to justify a $35 restaurant week menu – so we decided to put out our own menu at $25.
Available Sunday, January 20th, straight through until February 1st.
(choice of one)
Tender Braised Lamb Shoulder, Spanish Chorizo, Ditalini Pasta, and Manchego Cheese Gratin
Lil’ Beet Salad
Local Lettuces, Ginger Pickled Beets, Warm Goat Cheese Brik, and Candied Walnuts
White Balsamic Vinaigrette (V)
Smoked Bacon Dashi, Pimento Cheese Spread, Soft Philly Pretzel Crostini
Pacific Time Wings
6 Spiced Sambal Wings with Ripe Banana and Fresh Squeezed Lime
Daily Topping (V)
(choice of one)
Seared Salmon on the Plancha
Butternut Squash and Faro Risotto, Grilled Radicchio and Agrumato Lemon Olive Oil
Cheese Steak Pot Pie
Rib-eye, Fried Onions, Bell Peppers, Mushrooms, Potatoes, Home-made Whiz
Roast Murray Farms Chicken
Oven Roasted Fingerling Potato Medley, Cippolini Onions, Baby Carrots with a
Light Pan Jus
Grilled Flatbread, Roasted Cauliflower Salad, Lentil Hummus (V)
(choice of one)
Chocolate Ganache Torte, Chocolate Pudding Pie
Carrot Cake Sundae
Cream Cheese Icing Ice Cream, Carrot Caramel, Candied Walnuts
(V) VEGETARIAN ITEM or OPTION AVAILABLE
New Year’s Brunch at Square Peg
A lot of lucky people have two four-day weekends coming up…if you are one of those lucky ducks, or you at least have New Year’s Day off – come brunch with us.
Along with our typical Saturday/Sunday brunch hours (10am – 3pm) – we’ll be offering brunch on Monday, December 31 & Tuesday, January 1 (11am – 5pm).
Join us before/during/after the Mummer’s Parade and make a day of it. We’re only a few blocks east of Broad St.
Don’t know what to buy your close (but not so close that you know what to get him for a gift) friend? Does your Dad love whiskey? Does your sister love Square Peg?
Well, sir/ma’am, you’re in luck!
You can now email (yes, email) a gift card to those special someones. Send it instantly, or schedule it to go out on the perfect day.
The gift cards are easy to redeem, just bring your phone or a print-out to the restaurant.
October/November Press 2012
Chuck Hughes, of the Cooking Channel, show Chuck’s Eat the Street travels America’s most famous streets in search of cuisine that help define the history behind those roadways. During his trip down Philadelphia’s Walnut Street, Hughes found himself at Square Peg, where chef Matt Levin showed Hughes what’s happening in Levin’s kitchen.
In celebration, Square Peg will be hosting a viewing party tomorrow, October 9th at 8 p.m. The episode will air at 8:30 p.m, so you’ll have plenty of time to order the $5 Poutine and $3 Kool-Aid Pickled Watermelon garnished Wheat Beer, which were both featured in the episode.
Hughes also filmed at Zahav, Marabella Meatball Co., and Capogiro for the episode.
See Foobooz’s piece here.
Philadelphia Style – November 7
“Bacon-Laden Dishes from Local Chefs” – Short roundup of bacon-infested dishes includes Square Peg’s meatloaf with “smashed potatoes”, braised cipollini onions, and bacon-ketchup marmalade.