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 and a three course prix-fixe dinner for $38.00.
NYC Restaurant Week Winter 2016 is here from January 18 through February 5th!
New York City Restaurant Week Winter 2016 to view restaurants and make reservations visit nycgo.com
NYC Restaurant Week FACTS:
NYC Restaurant Week is a semi-annual promotion that celebrates fine dining at an affordable price. Participating restaurants offer three-course prix-fixe menus specially priced at $25 for lunch and/or $38 for dinner*.
Restaurants offer a minimum of three choices for appetizers, three choices for entrées and at least one dessert. Several restaurants may also offer drink specials, supplemental items and other à la carte options for an additional price.
A few restaurants may offer their prix-fixe menu on Saturdays, but the majority do not. NYC Restaurant Week dining guide booklets are available in participating restaurants, major hotels and at Official NYC Information Centers the week prior to program launch.
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 with your broker to decide where you want to live.
Who knows — you may want to live next door to one of these sensational Manhattan restaurants!
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. Reservations can be made athttp://www.opentable.com. 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.