Table 31, the Italian steakhouse in the Comcast Center, is taking power lunching to a whole new level with its new “Lunch with City Leaders” series in cahoots with the Center City Proprietors Association (CCPA).
If you’re looking to bend City of Philadelphia Managing Director Dr. Camille Cates Barnett’s ear or want to dish with Derek Gillman, Executive Director and President of the Barnes Foundation, about its controversial move into the city, just cough up $50 ($35 for CCPA members) and make a reservation for one of the upcoming chat-n-chews with Philly’s top business, political and cultural leaders.
The luncheons include appetizer, entree, dessert and coffee; reservations and pre-payment are required and are taken through the CCPA, not the restaurant, cancellations must be made 48 hours in advance and no-shows will be billed.
This Wednesday, May 20, Moody’s Chief Economist Mark Zandi is the featured guest at the luncheon. Snag a table near him and maybe he can explain just how the economy got to be so bad over coffee and pie.