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July 18, 2019- Caviar has been a luxurious delicacy dating all the way back to the Russian czars of the 10th century. Since then, chefs all over the world have transformed this oceanic delicacy into their own creations. Caviar is judged on its color, flavor, texture and maturity.

This year on National Caviar Day, the below Philadelphia restaurants and bars are inviting guests in to enjoy their spin on this ancient relish to satisfy all caviar cravings.

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Townsend, the French restaurant and bar located in the heart of East Passyunk Avenue from award-winning Chef Townsend Wentz, is running a stunner for National Caviar Day, offering guests a generous portion of caviar atop toasted brioche with dill, crème fraîche, chive yolk gel, chive blossoms, fried capers, sun side quail egg, and red wine vinegar pickled shallots. Guests can indulge in a .5-ounce portion for $60 or a full ounce portion for $120.

1623 East Passyunk Ave | 267-639-3203 |

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Royal Boucherie, Old City’s lively American brasserie from award-winning chef Nicholas Elmi, is serving a variety of caviars for National Caviar Day that will be served in a crystal caviar service with traditional accoutrements, such as hard boiled eggs, chive, capers, crème fraîsch, shallots and house made hot sauce.

52 South 2nd St. | 267.606.6313 |

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Ocean Prime, one of Philadelphia’s most gorgeous seafood restaurants and steakhouses, is offering every table that orders an entrée a complimentary order of White Truffle Caviar Deviled Eggs on National Caviar Day. Made with white truffle oil and topped with caviar, guests can enjoy six delicious deviled eggs before their main course arrives.

124 South 15th St. | 215.563.0163 |

Truffeled Deviled Eggs

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– Johanna Ure