Visit hundreds of top-notch restaurants across all five boroughs during NYC Restaurant Week through February 4. New York City is a global gourmet destination and now’s the time to enjoy every type of cuisine imaginable.Visit a new eatery or return to a neighborhood favorite. Reservations are now available for two course lunches and three course dinners priced at $30, $45, and $60. Taxes, tips and beverages are not included. Saturdays are excluded and Sundays are optional for restaurant participation. Be sure to confirm your days and times with eateries for the meal deal. Book your reservations on the NYC Restaurant Week website. On the site you can also view options by cuisine, borough, neighborhood, accessibility, meal types, weeks of participation, menus, and the special cash back offer through Mastercard.
Coinciding with NYC Restaurant Week dates is NYC Broadway Week. Pair your lunch or dinner experience with a show as there are participating restaurants in the theatre district. Broadway tickets are two for one at participating theatres so you can see favorites such as The Lion King, Spamalot, Moulin Rouge, Kimberly Akimbo, Hamilton, MJ The Musical and more. For more information on Broadway Week and to check out show options, visit the website.
There’s more exciting news for Woman Around Town readers. NYC Must-See week is happening from through February 4. You can get two for one tickets for attractions, museums, performing arts and tours that include New Museum on the Lower East Side, Intrepid Museum in Hell’s Kitchen, On-Location Tours in Times Square, Carnegie Hall Tours on the Upper West Side, One World Observatory in Lower Manhattan, the Metropolitan Opera on the Upper West Side, and the New York Botanical Garden in Bedford Park. For more information, visit the website.
If you’re visiting the city from out of town, or looking to have a very special night out, there are fabulous hotel accommodations that await you in all of the boroughs. During NYC Hotel Week you can save 24 percent when you book rooms now through February 4. Have a getaway like no other and visit the website.
If you want to know more about what’s going on in New York City, please visit the website for NYC Tourism.
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