There are plenty of great things to do in the winter in NYC, from hitting up ice skating rinks to heated rooftop bars to some of the great Manhattan restaurants participating in NYC Restaurant Week® Winter 2017. Between January 23rd and February 10th at more than 300 restaurants throughout Manhattan—from Lower East Side restaurants all the way up to Harlem—you can enjoy a three-course lunch ($29) and dinner ($42). Here are reservation-worthy Manhattan restaurants you’ll want to check out during NYC Restaurant Week Winter 2017. Menu items are subject to change.
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The restaurant from Michelin-starred chef Jason Atherton in the Edition Hotel serves British-influenced lunch plates like macaroni and cheese with ox cheek, and fish and chips with English peas. The NYC Restaurant Week deal is only available for lunch.
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The brunch spot du jour serves bread and pastry specialities in a sunny West Village spot. It has special menus for both lunch and dinner that include kabocha-pumpkin hummus, seaweed bucatini and beef short rib.
The New American restaurant from Andrew Carmellini is offering lunch specials for NYC Restaurant Week. On the menu, you can find coconut and green curry ceviche, Waygu steak tartare and blackened wild catfish.
The NYC Restaurant Week dinner menu isn’t available just yet for this chef-driven restaurant in Nolita, but regular dishes at the restaurant include smoked Arctic char with bacon gremolata, stir-fried Singapore king crab and house-made pappardelle with duck sugo.
The Breslin Bar & Dining Room
British fare is elevated at this Ace Hotel restaurant from the team behind Michelin-starred the Spotted Pig. NYC Restaurant Week menus for lunch and dinner feature dishes like onion soup with white wine and parmesan croutons, milk-braised pork and skirt steak with cauliflower, parsley and pickled chilies.
Head to Nolita for this chic French restaurant by Andrew Carmellini, which will offer lunch and dinner specials for NYC Restaurant Week, such as sugar pumpkin risotto, duck leg confit and skate a la Grenobloise.
The recently renovated Harlem jazz supper club is serving a collard green salad, roasted chicken with baked sweet potato and triple-chocolate cake among its options for its dinner and dessert menu for NYC Restaurant Week. They will also be offering a Sunday brunch special during the food festival.
This East Village stand-out from Marco Canora is offering dinner for NYC Restaurant Week. Look for seasonal, Italian-leaning dishes like pork sausage crepinette, beef-and-ricotta meatballs and gemelli with braised escarole and olives.
Eat tapas-style Korean food in Hell’s Kitchen for lunch or dinner during NYC Restaurant Week, with dishes like spicy Korean fire chicken wings, soy-poached black cod and kimchi-bacon fried rice.
Head over to the East Village for an NYC Restaurant Week dinner at Alex Stupak’s creative Mexican spot, which serves plates like chicken-tenders tacos, lamb shawarma and a pumpkin-seed chalupa.
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Situated just off Prospect Park in Windsor Terrace, Krupa Grocery has got your coffee, brunch and dinner needs covered. First, you have a difficult choice to make: house-made cappuccino ($4.25) or kombucha on tap ($6)? Krupa also offers a full cocktail menu, extensive wine list and plenty more draft ciders and beers. Starters like the chicken and the egg—chicken liver pate paired with pickled eggs ($11)—and risotto balls ($10) appear on both the brunch and dinner menus. But again, you’ll have to make a choice: the breakfast gnocchi with eggs, bacon, black kale and kabocha squash ($14) at brunch or the flatiron steak with potato-cabbage latkes and horseradish creme fraiche ($29) at dinner? If you opt for an evening meal, you can also order sweets from the dessert menu. Think brown sugar pot de creme ($10), carrot cake whoopie pies ($9) or a tasting flight of three varieties of fernet served with a homemade biscotti ($15).
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