NYC Restaurant Week begins today, January 22nd and runs thru February 9th. Hosted by NYC & Company, foodies and non-foodies alike will have the opportunity to experience and enjoy over 375 diverse participating restaurants across 42 neighborhoods for the next 17 days. Here’s what to expect.

This season features 32 new restaurant participants: Almond Flatiron, Antonucci Cafe, Astor Court, Augustine, Babu Ji, ‘Cesca, Fusco, Il Cortile Restaurant, La Pecora Bianca Midtown, Legasea, Loring Place, Massoni, Maxwell’s Chophouse, Momofuku Ma Peche, Momofuku Nishi, Nickel & Diner, One Dine, Ortzi, Osteria della Pace, Paowalla Restaurant, Quality Eats–Upper East Side, Rice & Gold, San Carlo Osteria Piemonte, STK Rooftop, Suzuki, Tarallucci e Vino Upper West Side, The House in Gramercy Park, Tiny’s & The Bar Upstairs, Tutto il Giorno, Vinateria, Yellow Magnolia Café, and Yves. To view a full list of participants, make reservations, browse menus and more, visit


    – Dine over 17 days between January 22 through February 9, 2018*
    – Enjoy the option of more than 375 participating restaurants
    – Receive three-course prix-fixe lunches for $29 and three-course prix-fixe dinners for $42**
    – Explore restaurants among 42 distinct neighborhoods, across all five boroughs
    – Discover 31 individual cuisines


NYC Restaurant Week Tasting Series — Back by popular demand, this series debuted last summer. The ticketed events will highlight restaurants within cultural institutions and will offer exclusive tasting menus for guests. Ticket sales will benefit local charities City Harvest, Citymeals on Wheels and Food Bank NYC. Event details will be announced later this month.

An Instagram Photo Contest will award four weekly winners (one each week of the program) with $250 in gift cards from participating restaurants by using the program hashtag #NYCRestaurantWeek.

The Ultimate-Value Week – from January 29th through February 4th three of NYC & Company’s signature programs align: NYC Restaurant Week, NYC Broadway WeekSM and NYC Must-See WeekSM. .

STAY IN THE KNOW – Diners can follow @nycgo and @nycrestaurantweek on Instagram and @nycgo on Facebook and Twitter for NYC Restaurant Week information.

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