It's that time again! My bi-annual positing of NYC Restaurant Week!
NYC Winter Restaurant Week is here! January 24 - February 6th
Twice a year, in January/February and June/July, New Yorkers and those visiting New York have a unique opportunity to experience some of New York City's finest restaurants for a fraction of the cost. The finest restaurants in NYC participate in "Restaurant Week" where they offer a three-course lunch for $24.07 and some offer dinner for $35.00. (beverage, tax and gratuities are not included.)
And if you're in NYC searching for a new home what better way to learn about the fabulous restaurants in the neighborhoods you may be considering!
Dine at sumptuous restaurants such as 21 Club, Aquavit, Asia de Cuba, Aureole, Bar Boulud, Café Boulud, Capsouto Frères, Ca Va Brasserie by Todd English, Cipriani Wall Street, David Burke Townhouse, Gotham Bar and Grill, Le Cirque, Le Perigord, L'Ecole-The Restaurant of The French Culinary Institute, Michael's Restaurant, Morimoto, Mr. Chow, Nobu, One If By Land - Two If By Sea, Palm Court, Patroon, Picholine, Remi's, Tao and many more of the best of New York City restaurants!
With so many global buyers still coming to Manhattan to purchase apartments, it's a great time to enjoy a Manhattan ritual and participate in NYC Restaurant Week. And in this recession, what New Yorker wouldn't want to visit their favorite restaurant at a discount price?
Reservations are a MUST and are now open. Visit nycgo.com and book your reservations directly through their web site. To sample restaurants in a neighborhood you might be thinking of moving to, take advantage of NYC Restaurant Week Winter 2011 ... The Best Restaurants ... The Best Prices!
You'll not only save a lot but have a gastronomic feast.
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.
Reserve Early - 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.