NYC Restaurant Week is now underway, when nearly 400 top NYC restaurants serve specially priced three-course meals $26 at lunch and $42 at dinner, the same price as last year.
Sample some of the best of NYC in Lower Manhattan, where it’s easier to get a reservation than in the Theater District.
The legendary Delmonico’s, Nobu Downtown, and Temple Court by Tom Collichio are just three of the two dozen top restaurants participating south of Midtown.
This is your chance to splurge on a gourmet meal at an affordable price. Of course, as always, beverages, taxes and tip are additional.
This is the first of two NYC Restaurant Week programs each year.
The summer version is the last week of July and first week of August.
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NYC Restaurant Week is really three weeks, and began nearly 30 years ago as a way to drum up business in the dead days after Christmas, after NYC tourists went home and NYC residents stayed home.
Here is the list of Restaurant Week participating restaurants in Lower Manhattan courtesy of the Downtown Alliance
- 10 Corso Como Cafe
- Atrio Wine Bar & Restaurant
- Bobby Van’s Steakhouse & Grill
- Brooklyn Chop House
- The Capital Grille Wall Street
- Church & Dey
- Cipriani Wall Street
- Cut By Wolfgang Puck
- Delmonico’s Restaurant
- El Vez
- Felice 15 Gold Street
- Gran Morsi
- Little Park
- MarkJoseph Steakhouse
- Morton’s The Steakhouse – World Trade Center
- Nobu Downtown
- Osteria della Pace
- Palm Tribeca
- Reserve Cut
- Rosa Mexicano
- Temple Court by Tom Colicchio
- The Tuck Room
NYC Restaurant Week is sponsored by NYCGO, the marketing arm of the city’s convention and visitors bureau, and only dues-paying restaurant members can participate.
Find the full city-wide list of participating restaurants here.