It’s that point of the yr. New York Metropolis Restaurant Week is again! Restaurant reservations are formally open for summer season restaurant week, which runs from Monday, July 24 to Sunday, August 20.
The biannual city-wide meals pageant permits lots of of native eating places to supply two-course lunches for $30, $45 or $60, and three-course dinners for $30, $45 or $60, not together with gratuity. Almost 500 eating places throughout 200 neighborhoods in all 5 boroughs take part, starting from traditional standbys to modern spots that New Yorkers are wanting to fill tables at.
“We’re proud to deliver NYC Restaurant Week again for its thirty first yr, providing locals and guests the chance to expertise practically 500 world-class eating places and dozens of cuisines throughout the 5 boroughs,” mentioned Fred Dixon, President and CEO of New York Metropolis Tourism + Conventions. “NYC Restaurant Week is an incredible worth in addition to great celebration of eating. We encourage diners to order now to expertise the famend culinary scene that makes New York Metropolis the culinary capital of the world.”
Sponsored by Mastercard, New York Metropolis restaurant week can also be providing Mastercard cardholders a particular $10 assertion credit score on each transaction of $45 or extra (up t0 three transactions, for a complete of $30 in financial savings) whereas eating on-site at taking part eating places. Mastercard cardholders can preregister right here. Cardholders also can obtain a $10 assertion credit score when reserving a $20+ roundtrip ticket to New York Metropolis by way of NJ Transit for an NYC Restaurant Week meal.
Whereas many eating places have but to announce their particular menus, diners can browse taking part eating places by way of on-line filters together with “delicacies,” “borough,” “neighborhood,” “accessibility, “meal kind,” “weeks taking part,” and, maybe most significantly for individuals who like to select what they’ll order earlier than even reaching the host stand, “has menu.”
A full checklist of taking part eating places is out there at nyctourism.com/restaurantweek.