Every summer and winter, Restaurant Week returns with dining deals at some of the best restaurants all over New York. From trendy newcomers to top-notch hotel restaurants to some of the city’s best fine-dining restaurants, the three-week event draws bargain-hunting New York diners to try out and revisit old favorites serving cheap eats.
What is Restaurant Week in NYC?
Restaurant Week is a seminannual promotional event produced by NYC & Company, where more than 380 restaurants offer two-course pre-fixe dining deals for lunch ($26) and three-course dinner deals ($42).
When is Restaurant Week in NYC?
This year's winter session will run from Monday, July 22nd through Friday, August 16th
Restaurant Week Winter 2019
Restaurant Week is back for summer 2019 with The Bombay Bread, Empellón and more
Restaurant Week is back for summer 2019, this year from July 22nd through August 16th. With over 400 participating dining destinations, the bi-annual event offers a chance to eat your way through the city without breaking the bank. While Restaurant Week is a chance to try some of New York’s fine dining destinations, we selected some of our favorite spots where not only will you be sure to be able to try a few different things from the menu, but have fun while you’re doing it, too. At all of the following spots, you can expect limited-time, pre-fixe menus that give you plenty of wiggle room for experimentation. At all the following participating restaurants, deals run as follows: Mon-Fri: Lunch - $26 Mon-Fri: Dinner - $42 Sun: Brunch/Lunch - $26 Sun: Dinner - $42 The Bombay Bread Bar Cuisine: Indian Why go: Chef Floyd Cardoz is one of New York’s most exciting chefs. At Cardoz’s most colorful venture yet, breads come alongside a whimsical atmosphere designed by Wes Anderson’s set designer. Sadly, The Bombay Bread Bar is closing this September. So this Restaurant Week may be your last to check it out the special space. Menu highlights: The chickpea-battered cauliflower roast (with mint chutney), the lamb curry (mint, lentils, cracked wheat), a choice of side like the Bombay dal fry, and the gajar halwa tart (toasted cashews, raisin-rose whipped cream). Empellón Cuisine: Modern Mexican Why go: The midtown location of Alex Stupak’s Empellón empire, is perha