New York City Restaurant Week is back after a pandemic break.
The nearly month-long event, which includes around 530 dining establishments across the five arrondissements, began on July 19 and will run until August 22. The promotion includes lunches and dinners priced at $ 21 or $ 39. This includes an entree and at least one side dish and, according to a press release from NYC & Company, is “aligned with individual restaurant prices.”
There is also, for the very first time, the option of a whole new gastronomic experience at a price of $ 125 (taxes and tip not included).
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Note: Saturdays are not included and restaurants have the option of not including Sundays.
The most recent iteration of this event was âRestaurant Week To Goâ which was held earlier this winter for take out only. This promotion is for in-person meals (indoors and out), with some restaurants also offering take-out options.
Details are available at nycgo.com/restaurant-week. Reservations are strongly suggested.
Jeanne Muchnick covers food and meals. Click here for his most recent articles and follow his latest culinary adventures on Instagram @lohud_food or via the lohudfood newsletter.