NYC & Company, New York City’s official destination marketing organisation, kicked off NYC Restaurant Week on Monday 23 July, now in its 26th year. A new prix-fixe lunch offer was announced, with a two-course (appetiser and entrée) menu priced at US$26. Waiving the mandatory third dessert course from the previous lunch offer, diners will now save time, and demand for restaurant daytime dining is expected to rise.
The summer 2018 season features 24 new restaurant participants: Baar Baar, Barano, Boucherie Park Avenue South, Cleo, DaDong, Empellón, Fish Cheeks, Gloria, Greenwich Steakhouse, Harvey, La Sirena, Lugo Cucina Italiana, Mifune New York, Naoki Takahashi, Nix, Quality Eats – Nomad, Royal 35 Steakhouse, Scampi NYC, Talde, The Musket Room, The Sea Fire Grill, The Whitby Bar & Restaurant, Trattoria Italienne, and Tudor City Steakhouse.
Diners seeking inspiration for where to dine this summer can turn to NYCgo.com for curated restaurant collections themed to unique dining experiences. Included among the eight collections, all available now, are: “NYC Classics,” “Squad Goals” (group dining), “Swipe Right” (date-friendly establishments) and ideal for summer, “BYO SPF” (al fresco dining), among others. Over the course of NYC Restaurant Week, continue to browse NYCgo.com for additional editorial content throughout the program, including neighbourhood itineraries for dining near Grand Central, NoHo and SoHo.
To view a full list of participants, make reservations, browse menus and more, visit nycgo.com/restaurantweek.
NYC Restaurant Week is on now until Friday 17 August 2018.