NYC Restaurant Week guide

The twice-annual discount dining event NYC Restaurant Week offers cheap dining deals at more than 300 restaurants in New York

Photograph: Paul Wagtouicz

What is NYC Restaurant Week?

Every summer and winter, NYC Restaurant Week returns, with more than 300 restaurants offering three-course dining deals for lunch ($25) and dinner ($38). Each year NYC Restaurant Week adds trendy newcomers to a long list of fine-dining standbys, drawing bargain-hunting New Yorkers to try out new spots and revisit old favorites serving cheap eats.

When is NYC Restaurant Week?

The summer sesson spans July 20, 2015 through August 14, 2015.
The winter session spanned February 16, 2015 through March 6, 2015.

Reservations for summer Restaurant Week open July 13, 2015.

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Here's something to perk up your grey, slush-filled day: Reservations for NYC Restaurant Week, held from February 16th through March 6th, kick off today. And as is tradition, the twice-annual festival will feature three courses served at more than 300 participating restaurants for lunch at $25 and dinner at $38.  This year's lineup includes Restaurant Week newcomers like Chris Jaeckle's Japanese-inflected Venetian spot All'onda (home to Italian hybrid ramen), a duo of fresh Andrew Carmellini spots (Little Park, Bar Primi), the recently reset Tavern on the Green with new chef Jeremiah Tower, and Root & Bone, whose crazy-good fried chicken nabbed the top spot on our 100 Best Dishes list. Clear your calendars—you've got some eating to do. 

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