If you live in Manhattan you already know about NY Restaurant Week. If you're new to Manhattan or thinking about relocating to this great city, New York Restaurant Week is definitely something you want to know about!
Every year, twice a year, New Yorkers and those visiting Manhattan get the opportunity to dine in some of the "best of the best" restaurants for a three course prix-fixe lunch at the amazing price of $25.00. Some restaurants even offer a three course prix-fixe dinner for $38.00.
2 West, '21' Club, A Voce - Columbus and Madison, Abboccato Ristorante, Alloro Restaurant, The Americano, Aretsky's Patroon, Artisanal Fromagerie & Bistro, Atrio Wine Bar l Restaurant, Auden Bistro & Bar, Aureole—Bar Room, Bar Boulud, Barbetta, Benoit Restaurant & Bar, Blue Fin, Blue Water Grill, Bread & Tulips, Café Boulud, Cafe D'Alsace, Casa Nonna, Chez Josephine, Chin Chin, Circo, Craftbar, David Burke Fishtail, David Burke Kitchen, Dévi, El Toro Blanco, En Japanese Brasserie, Esca, Gabriel's Bar & Restaurant, The General, Giorgio's of Gramercy, Gotham Bar & Grill, Harlow, The Harrison, Hatsuhana Sushi Restaurant, Hill Country Barbecue Market, Hospoda, i Trulli Ristorante/Enoteca, Il Mulino, Indochine, JoJo, Ktchn, La Masseria, Lafayette, The Lambs Club Bar, Lavo Restaurant, Le Cirque, Le Colonial, Le Périgord, L'École, The Restaurant of The International Culinary Center, Left Bank, The Leopard at des Artistes, The Library at The Public Lido, Lupa Osteria Romana, The Marrow, Mas (la grillade), Mercer Kitchen, Michael's Restaurant, Monkey Bar, Morimoto / NY, The National Bar & Dining Rooms, Natsumi, Nice Matin, Nick & Stef's Steakhouse, Norma's, Nougatine at Jean-Georges, Ocean Grill, Olives New York, Petrossian, Red Rooster Harlem, Remi Restaurant, Resto, Sant Ambroeus - West Village, Sirio Ristorante, Smith & Wollensky, Smoke Jazz & Supper Club, Sofrito, Spice Market, T Bar Steak and Lounge, Taste Restaurant & Wine Bar, Todd English Food Hall, Vic & Anthony's Steakhouse, Villard Michel Richard Bistro, Zengo and many more. See the complete list of restaurants here.
If you're thinking of moving to Manhattan, it's not only a great way to try out our incredible restaurants, but it will help you relax over a sumptuous meal after browsing apartments all day to decide where you want to live.
NYC Restaurant Week Tips:
Research - Get recommendations from friends and search the Internet for ratings. Most of the participating restaurants are the best that New York has to offer.
Reservations should be made in advance. DO Reserve Early - Normally, getting a reservation at these restaurants is difficult. Plan ahead. Reservations early in the week are usually easier than Thursdays or Fridays. Call to see if there were any cancellations as well.
Dress Code - When dining in New York's best restaurants, dress your best.
Tip Higher - Tipping more than 20% will get you first-class service that New Yorkers expect from these top restaurants.
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