Oct 16, 2009

Supper_3112lgPHILADELPHIA, PA – On Wednesday, October 21, Chef-owner Mitch Prensky, of the acclaimed restaurant Supper (926 South Street, 215-592-8180), will debut his new Lunch Menu. The new menu marks the first time that the popular restaurant has offered lunch, and includes perennial favorites from the ever-evolving dinner menu alongside fresh, new seasonal dishes. Lunch will be available Wednesday through Saturday, from 11:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. In addition, Sunday brunch will be served from 11 a.m. until 2:30 p.m.

“Since we opened Supper in 2007, demand for locally-sourced, sustainable food has only increased,” says Chef Prensky. “With our new lunch hours, we’ll offer our guests a wealth of new opportunities to experience how delicious farm-fresh food can be.”

Lunch menu items include: Smoked Butternut Squash Soup with cinnamon marshmallow, apples and sage; Pizzocheri, house-made buckwheat pasta with shaved Brussels sprouts, pancetta, hazelnuts and save brown butter; Butcher’s Salad, a selection of charcuterie with autumn lettuces, pickled vegetables, smoky blue and mustard dressing; Crispy Squid Banh Mi on baguette with Sichuan sausage, cilantro, sweet peppers and sambal mayo, served with five spice chips; Pork Belly Ruben, crispy pork belly on toasted rye with kraut, gruyere and apple mustard, with pastrami chips; and Supper Dog, bacon wrapped, deep fried housemade hot dog with kraut, barbecued onions and beer mustard, served with buttermilk fried pickles. Lunch items range in price from $5 for Signature Deviled Eggs of the Day to $17 for Maine Lobster Roll with old bay potato chips.

Supper, owned and operated by husband-and-wife team Mitch Prensky and Jennifer London Prensky of The Global Dish Caterers, was recently named to Philadelphia magazine’s “Top 50 Restaurants, 2009.” The modern American restaurant serves up local, sustainable, farm-direct cuisine, and their mix of fresh, flavorful ingredients and flawless execution have drawn accolades from critics and won a loyal following of guests. Philadelphia Style praised their menu, while Food Arts gushed over their “urban farmhouse look” and noted that Prensky’s “globe-trotting palate” informs all of the crave-able, often-changing items on Supper’s menu.

For more information about Supper’s acclaimed fare, including their new lunch menu, or to make a reservation, please call (215) 592-8180 or visit

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