Marc Vetri is honoring the recently shuttered Le Bec Fin by conjuring the spirit of the 1970 version of Philly's most famous French restaurant into his dining room. On July 18, 19, and 20, Vetri is welcoming Georges Perrier back into the kitchen he made famous in 1970. For those who don't know, Perrier first opened LBF at 1312 Spruce Street where Vetri now stands.
The prix fixe dinner will set you back $155, and features the greatest hits from 40 years of Le Bec Fin's legendary menu. Reservations have long been full up, but if you're keen on experiencing Le Bec at Vetri, put your name on the wait list and cross your fingers. In addition to bringing Perrier back in the kitchen and resurrecting his greatest hits, Vetri has commissioned a Le Bec Fin sign (pictured above) that will temporarily replace his Vetri placard.
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