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Pumpkin has taken great care to make sure its outdoor streetery is always festive to the season. So expect twinkly lights and snowflakes if you snag a spot in the heated parklet, where you can try the day’s three-course menu and stay extra warm with whatever bottle of wine you decide to bring along with you.
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Pumpkin is offering a four-course “Le Réveillon” Christmas dinner, which you can enjoy at the restaurant on Christmas Eve or bring home for the holiday. You’ll start off dinner at this BYOB restaurant with poached shrimp remoulade before glazed quail, braised monkfish, and black-eyed pea gumbo. For dessert, it’s sticky toffee pudding with whipped cream to feel extra seasonal.
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Pumpkin is the type of place that makes Philadelphians wonder why they haven’t eaten there sooner. It’s beloved by those who know about it and a gift to those who do not. The ever-changing three-course dinner menu is $50 a person for options like gulf shrimp salad, Peking duck with braised artichokes, and chocolate peanut torte. Whether you’re looking for a place to catch up with a friend over a lovely meal or an intimate first-date spot, this is your place.