NY Event | New York City Restaurant Week
Try some of the best NYC Dining spots during New York City Restaurant Week – a popular NY Event.
Try some of the best NYC Dining spots for a great price during New York City Restaurant Week.
About New York City Restaurant Week:
NYC Dining is so impressive that some people say the best Restaurants in the world can be found in the City. Both locals and visitors love to explore the dining scene, and trying new places is always a fun adventure. New York City Restaurant Week is a chance to try popular dining spots at a great price.
During this NY Event, more than 350 NYC Dining spots offer a prix fixe menu for lunch, dinner, or both. Lunch is priced at $25 and dinner is $38. While diners will also have the option of ordering from the regular menu at most of the participating Restaurants, the best value will come from the special NY Event menu.
New York City Restaurant Week is a perfect chance to try some of the NYC Dining spots you’ve been meaning to try or to revisit an old favorite. One thing to keep in mind is that the most popular Restaurants will be booked during the Event, so try to make your reservations as soon as possible.
You will find both fine dining and casual Restaurants on the list. Below is an example of the some of the NYC Dining spots that have participated in this Event in the past.
- 21 Club
- Ai Fiori
- American Cut
- Café Boulud
- Blue Smoke
- Fig & Olive
- Il Mulino
- The Lambs Club
- Le Cirque
- Monkey Bar
- Mr. Chow
- Ocean Grill New York
- And hundreds more!
It doesn’t have to be New York City Restaurant Week in order to explore some of the City’s best Restaurants, but this NY Event is a chance to try them at a great price. Another plus of the Event is that the chefs usually include some of their favorite dishes on the special menu. There are typically just a few choices that are some of the Restaurant’s best.
If you’re lucky enough to be visiting New York City during this popular NY Event then start making your list of which participating NYC Dining spots sound too good to miss!