NYC Restaurant Week 2016

The Cecil; Photo Credit Aliza Eliazarov
The Cecil; Photo Credit Aliza Eliazarov
NYC Restaurant Week 2016

It’s not actually a week, it’s 3 weeks and some change. For 25 glorious days, foodies, the high maintenance, or people who just enjoy trying new things will have the proverbial “doors” open to them. (By doors we’re referring to the metaphorical symbol of an entry-way into a finer standard of living.)

Restaurant week is a biannual event in which expensive dining establishments in an ever-inflating city, curate and price a pre-fixe menu that is more affordable than their regular pricing. Each restaurant creates a menu of their most popular dishes. One thing is certain, no matter what ends up on the menu it’s usually amazing. It’s an opportunity you don’t want to miss. Honestly, a regular dish at some of these restaurants can go for $22 and up, but for a couple of extra bucks you can enjoy a full 3 course meal!

So stop by for a three course lunch ($29) or dinner ($42) and enjoy all of the foodie magic headed your way. One last thing…make sure you do your research, there are over 387 participating restaurants! If you need some help check out some of our recommendations below.

For a list of participating venues, visit nycgo.


3 Course Lunch     $29

3 Course Dinner    $42


July 25, 2016 – August 19, 2016

Our Recommendations

Beauty & Essex
Black Barn Restaurant 
Bodega Negra
Buttermilk Channel
The Cecil
Churrascaria Plataforma
The Dutch
Giorgio’s of Gramercy
La Loteria
Morimoto NY
Root & Bone