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NYC Restaurant Week - Winter 2017 Delights Diners w/ Hundreds of Options

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NYC Restaurant Week - Winter 2017 Delights Diners w/ Hundreds of Options

Manhattan's Culinary Masters of NYC Restaurant Week: Winter 2017

 

When:

January 23rd-February 10th

 

Prix-Fixe 3-Course Menus:

Lunch - $29

Dinner - $42

 

Avid foodies and everyday diners alike know that the best New York City restaurants rank among the finest in the world. That's what makes NYC Restaurant Week such an incredible event. Over 17 days and nights (excluding Saturdays), 375+ of the city's trendiest eateries offer artfully inspired three-course prix-fixe lunches ($29) and dinners ($42). When better to sample the world of innovative, head-turning, moan-inducing dishes coming out of Manhattan's most treasured hotspots. Many places will be booked within days of reservations opening for Restaurant Week on January 9th, so be sure to secure your seat through this year's official website as soon as possible. As for where to dine, after you've tried the globally inspired fare in our very own NoMo Kitchen, keep your eye out for these red-hot past participants:

 

Empellón Taqueria

230 West 4th Street

If you can dream it, Empellón likely serves it in a taco. House favorites include iterations stuffed with some of NYC's most authentically prepared Mexican (sometimes unexpected) ingredients, such red-chile pork, lobster, and Brussels sprouts.

 

Fung Tu

22 Orchard Street

One of NYC's hippest new Chinese food restaurants, diners here should expect the unexpected, as Chef Jonathan Wu boldly marries his grandfather's techniques with international twists and an urban American dedication to local ingredients.

 

Noreetuh

128 1st Avenue

You've never had Hawaiian food like what's coming out of Chef Chung Chow's East Village Kitchen. Everything is elevated to fine dining, from reimagined canned Spam to teriyaki chicken, all prepared to seduce a sublime sense of "yum."

 

American Cut

363 Greenwich Street

From Iron Chef Marc Forgione, meat lovers rejoice at the bountiful delights of carnivorous wonder, including gourmet bacon, aged steaks, bone marrow butter, foie gras, tartare, and towers of fresh-caught seafood.

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