NYC Restaurant Week and NYC Broadway Week from 1/18 to 2/13

Plan an outing and enjoy entertainment and food bargains that are the best of the best in the city. NYC Broadway Week features BOGO theatre tickets and NYC Restaurant Week has hundreds of eateries participating in all of the boroughs. There are actually four weeks available for you to indulge in these events from January 18 to February 13. 

We suggest you have a pre-theatre or post-theatre meal at eateries in Manhattan that are offering special, prix fixe multi-course meals. Two course lunches and three-course dinners are available for $29, $39 and $59. There are hundreds of restaurants participating in NYC Restaurant Week. Try something new or return to your very favorite spot. Note that beverages, taxes and tip are additional. 

To book your BOGO tickets go to NYC Broadway Week.

To get more information on the many restaurants participating go to NYC Restaurant Week.

Be sure to contact NYC Restaurant Week eateries directly to make your reservations and to check exactly what days they will be available. Check out some favorite restaurants that represent a wide variety of tastes and styles.

Victor’s Café (Times Square) Cuban inspired menu items

Virgil’s BBQ (Times Square) Barbecue and Southern comfort foods

Dos Caminos (Multiple Locations including Times Square) Mexican fare

5 Napkin Burger (Hell’s Kitchen) Burgers and more

Tasca NYC (Upper West Side) Latin Inspired menu items

Tavern on the Green (Upper West Side) Modern American cuisine

UN Plaza Grill (Midtown East) Gourmet Kosher menu items

David Burke Tavern (Upper East Side) Contemporary fare

Anassa Taverna (Upper East Side) Greek inspired cuisine

Hortus NYC (Midtown East) Contemporary Asian menu items

Benjamin Steakhouse (Midtown East) Classic steakhouse fare

Benjamin Prime (Midtown East) Modern steakhouse restaurant

The Sea Fire Grill (Midtown East) Seafood and raw bar offerings

Gramercy Tavern (Gramercy) New American Restaurant

Wagamama (Murray Hill) Japanese inspired dishes 

Cathédrale (East Village) French/Mediterranean cuisine

noreetuh (East Village) Hawaiian inspired dishes

Madam Ji Restaurant (Greenwich Village) Indian cuisine

NYC Restaurant Week and NYC Broadway Week come at just the right time. The events give New Yorkers and many more an opportunity to support arts organizations and restaurants while having a great outing. 

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Marina Kennedy began her writing career when her four children were grown and she returned to college to study in the humanities. She is delighted to be a contributor for Woman Around Town. The majority of her articles focus on the culinary scene, theatre, and travel. Marina and her husband Chuck enjoy the rich cultural experiences of the New York metro area and beyond. She hopes that readers like reading her articles as much as she enjoys writing them.