Everything You Need To Know About NYC Restaurant Week 2017

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As if you didn’t already know, NYC Restaurant Week is a Biannual celebration of fine dining at affordable prices. All the Participating restaurants offer three-course prix-fixe menus specially priced for lunch ($29) and dinner ($42). Here’s everything you need to know:

  • Restaurant week will take place January 23 to February 10. Reservations opened yesterday (January 9).
  • You can find a list of participating restaurants online at HERE
  • …also, the NYC Restaurant Week Dining Guide will be available in all participating restaurants a week before the event.
  • Participating restaurants will offer a minimum of three choices for appetizers, three choices for entrées and at least two desserts.
  • Fine dining at affordable prices? What’s the catch? Well, there isn’t one, but bear in mind:
    • Saturdays excluded
    • Sundays are optional for participating restaurants.
    • Beverages, gratuities and taxes not included in the offer.
  • Reservations: Even though the NYC Restaurant Week menu is offered to everyone, including walk-ins. It is definitely worth your time to make a reservation. Better safe than sorry.
  • There are over 350 restaurants participating in this winter session of Restaurant Week with the following NEW restaurants joining the celebration:
    • Amada
    • Angus Club Steakhouse7
    • Artie’s Steak & Seafood
    • Bedford & Co.
    • BKW by Brooklyn Winery
    • Edi & The Wolf
    • Felice 64
    • Freud NYC
    • Green Fig
    • Haru Chelsea
    • High Street on Hudson
    • Hudson Garden Grill
    • Hunt & Fish Club
    • Jue Lan Club
    • Kingsley
    • Le Coq Rico
    • Leuca
    • Maiella
    • Maysville
    • Members Dining Room at the Met
    • Neta
    • New Leaf Restaurant
    • Oro
    • Penthouse808
    • Quality Eats
    • Schilling
    • Tarallucci e Vino – NoMad
    • Tavern62 by David Burke
    • Del Frisco’s
    • Maison Hugo
    • Salvation Taco
    • STK Downtown

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Rob Grams

Rob Grams

Rob is a New York obsessed super-geek. When he's not in front of a computer writing for SecretNYC, he's on his cellphone trying to avoid eye-contact with the world in general.

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