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Eat Right During the 2018 New York City Restaurant Week

Enjoy three course meals throughout the weeks of January 22 through February 9, 2018 at participating restaurants during New York City Restaurant Week. Discover a new favorite or make a special trip to a classic choice. Reservations are available beginning on January 8, 2018.

Find Prix-Fixe Meals at Affordable Rates NYC Restaurant Week

During this semiannual event, delicious three course meals are available at a fixed price whether you make a reservation or not. As part of NYC Restaurant Week 2018, prices are discounted 20-50% for Restaurant Week meals.

Where to Dine in the Five Boroughs

In the Bronx, there are a bunch of tasty options, including Italian, seafood, and steakhouses. Go to Mario’s Restaurant for authentic Italian manicotti or chicken parmigiana. (Bonus: Mario’s was a filming location for The Sopranos.)

These days you can find all sorts of trendy food options in Brooklyn. You will find cafes, bistros, and izakayas scattered around this borough. Choose Dassara Brooklyn Ramen for your choice of ramen or pastrami sandwiches.

Manhattan always has restaurants garnering exciting hype. During this winter’s NYC Restaurant Week, discover your new favorite spot downtown. At Tao Downtown, you will be delighted by shareable, izakaya-style dining with sushi and yakitori, as well as more than 200 varietals and sake choices.

In Queens, make an evening out of your trip. Choose either Tequila Sunrise of Bayside or Bourbon Street Cafe for some wonderful cocktails and unique menus.

Finally, your choices even extend to Staten Island, where you can get 60 different kinds of cookies. Choose from classics and exciting new variations of your favorite treats.

Making a special occasion out of your trip? Book your stay at the Courtyard LaGuardia Airport Hotel during the 2018 NYC Restaurant Week.


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