Yay! New Yorkers and guests of the city are reveling in the good culinary news as the city becomes a vibrant place to be this summer. NYC Restaurant Week begins on July 19 and runs through August 22 for a total of five weeks. Visit your favorite eateries and discover new ones throughout the five boroughs. There are hundreds of restaurants participating in this exciting program.
Entrees with one side are priced at $21 for lunches and $39 for dinners. There are also signature experiences with three courses or more that cost $125. Many of the restaurants also have take-out and delivery options. Note that taxes, tips and beverages are additional. Be certain to check with participating restaurants to find out when the specials are being offered. You may also wish to find out which restaurants have dine-in or al fresco seating.
We’d like to suggest some faves that include international cuisine, contemporary fare, and classic choices.
Midtown East: Mifune New York for fine Japanese cuisine
Upper East Side: Jones Wood Foundry, specializing in British inspired fare
Midtown West: La Bonne Soupe, an authentic French bistro in the neighborhood for over 40 years
Harlem: Red Rooster Harlem, the iconic soul food eatery
Flatiron District: Burger & Lobster for hearty burgers and fresh lobster
Central Park: Tavern on the Green for elegant modern American cuisine
Soho: Dos Caminos, a NYC go-to for Mexican food cravings
East Village: Noreetuh for Hawaiian dishes
Murray Hill: Wagamama, serving Asian food inspired by Japanese cuisine
Theatre District: The Capital Grill Rockefeller Center for classic steakhouse dining
Theatre District: Victor’s Café, well known to the theatre district for Cuban dishes Williamsburg Brooklyn: Brooklyn Winery where you can tour the small-batch winery and enjoy their seasonal menu
Check out the many other top restaurants that have menus to suit every taste and style and make your reservations! For more information, browse by neighborhood or curated collections, and to make your reservations, visit: https://www.nycgo.com/restaurant-week/.
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