NYC restaurant week occurs every winter (Jan/Feb) and every summer (July/Aug) where you can feast on fine dining at a very affordable price. Participating restaurants offer three-course prix-fixe menus specially priced at $29 for lunch and/or $42 for dinner. The menu includes an appetizer, entree, and dessert per person, an amazing deal you definitely don’t want to miss for such a great price! If you’re looking for a healthy side, do not worry! There are participating restaurants that do offer a healthier side so don’t miss this opportunity to eat well!
On The Healthier Side…
This French-style cooking café and bakery offers healthier choices on their dinner menu such as lettuce salad and rotisserie chicken for their appetizer and entree choice with a tropical fruit sorbet as a dessert option.
This Mediterranean upscale health food restaurant is known for their high quality organic ingredients in each meal and portioned controlled small to mid-sized plates. This lovely setting has nicely controlled portions that won’t make you feel like you over stuffed yourself, but rather feeling full and healthy after a nice 3 course meal.
Opened in 1988, Aureole is known as one of the finest American cuisine restaurants in the United States. Its upscale dining gives off an elegant and spectacular experience with gorgeous design all around the restaurant.
Le Cirque offers some of the finest French cuisine in New York. Its beautifully designed landscape and impeccable dining has been around for over 40 years.
The Delmonico’s brothers opened the first fine dining restaurant in the country in 1837 and was the first to be called by its french name, “Restaurant”. Delmonico’s was also the first to invent the eggs Benedict, lobster Newberg and baked Alaska but is mostly known and famous for their authentic Delmonico Steak served in the United States.
Gotham Bar & Grill
Noted as the #1 restaurant in Greenwich Village, Gotham’s consistent quality of food and service has continued over the past 30 years never disappointing a single customer.