TUESDAY | KING OF PRUSSIA.
ROAD TRIP. For inner city denizens the thought was “Road Trip” but it really wasn’t it was a fantastical “Gastronomic adventure” that the King Of Prussia (KOP) district provided lucky Media and “Social Influencers” to sample what’s coming up the first week of March 2015. Everyone met up at KOP’s Ralph’s of South Philly and CELEBRITY limo provided transportation to yummy land.
Meet up, 6:15p: Ralph’s of South Philly.
First stop, 6:45: Sullivan’s Steakhouse ~ Cocktails
Knockout Martini. Svedka Clementine Vodka infused with fresh Hawaiian Gold Pineapples.
Second stop, 7:11: Ruth’s Chris Steak House ~ Appetizer
Seared Ahi Tuna. Sushi-grade Ahi Tuna, served rare, complemented by a spirited sauce with hints of ginger, mustard and beer.
Third stop, 7:46: Maggiano’s Little Italy ~ Starter
Burrata Cheese Ravioli. Handmande ravioli filled with fresh Burrata Cheese in a light chicken stock, finished with cherry tomatoes and basil.
Forth stop, 8:23: Morton’s the Steakhouse ~ Seafood Course
Chili Glazed Salmon. Served with corn, spinach relish and topped with lemon chiffonde.
Fifth stop, 9:02: The Capital Grille ~ Meat Course
Kona Crusted Sirloin. 18oz. bone-in Kona Crusted Sirloin finished with a shallot butter, accompanied by Sam’s mashed potatoes.
Sixth stop, 9:56: Seasons 52 ~ Dessert
Mini Indulgences. Winter Seasonal Assortment
The progressive dinner and preview for “dineKOP”, which will run for the public from March 2-8th, will be an opportunity for everyone to check out participating local KOP restaurants. These restaurants will, in turn, donate a portion of their proceeds from dineKOP to The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s new King of Prussia Specialty Care Center, slated to open in summer 2015.
“When Planning dineKOP, it was important to all of us that this event be more than just a restaurant week but a community event that connected this incredible group of restaurants to a good cause, “said Aja Cramer, Sullivan’s Steak House Sales & Event Planner and dineKOP Steering Committee Member. ” We’re honored to provide these deserving families with a special treat.”
Participating restaurants will offer lunch and dinner prix-fixe menus at a variety of affordable price points. $10, $15 or $20 for lunch and $20, $30 or $40 for dinner.