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NYC Restaurant Week 2023

The foodie favorite annual event is back!

NYC Restaurant Week is an exciting annual event perfect for foodies of all kinds. This year’s edition of the culinary fest runs from January 17th to February 12th. During this time, diners in New York are invited to take advantage of the opportunity to try a variety of two-course lunches and three-course dinners at three different price points: $30, $45 and $60. This fantastic event presents New Yorkers and visitors with an excellent chance to sample some of the Big Apple’s top restaurants without breaking their budget.

New York City Restaurant Week Returns

Sweetbriar

During NYC Restaurant Week, Sweetbriar offers a heavenly three-course prix-fixe dinner menu for just $45 per person. Guests can indulge in tantalizing creations like Fall Radish Carpaccio with artichoke, pickled fennel and crispy shallot, Salmon Mi Cuit served with carrot purée, braised leek and orange gremolata, or finish their meal on a sweet note with the delectable Sweetbriar Chocolate Mousse. With its Michelin recognition and live fire cooking techniques, Sweetbriar’s Restaurant Week menu is sure to be a scrumptious gastronomical experience you don’t want to miss! 

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Sweetbriar Interior (©Lea Cojot)

Hortus

Hortus offers a delectable array of New York City Restaurant Week specials for an unforgettable dining experience. Diners can opt for a three-course prix-fixe menu at lunch for just $45 and at dinner for only $60 per person. Suhum Jang, the Managing Partner and owner of Bear Donut, has brought his signature Modern Asian cuisine to life through the creative dishes on offer from Executive Chef Lenny Moon. Sample delights such as King Crab Noodle, Sea Urchin Truffle Donabe, and Yuzu Panna Cotta have been created to tantalize all the senses. With its impeccable styling, delicious fare, and affordable prices, Hortus NYC is sure to be a hit among locals and visitors alike looking to enjoy NYC Restaurant Week in style.

STK Steakhouse Midtown

STK Steakhouse is making New York City Restaurant Week extra special by offering up a selection of menu items that cannot be found anywhere else. Guests who visit during NYC Restaurant Week will have the chance to sample dishes from STK’s unique culinary repertoire, including its Chimi Long Island Steak, Tuna Tartare Tacos and Baked Apple Crumble. The restaurant specials include dinner priced at $60 per person, weekday lunch and Sunday brunch priced at $30 per person. Steak upgrades and additional sides are also available for an upcharge to complement your meal. 

STK Surf and Turf New York | Sweetbriar Interior
STK Surf and Turf (Courtesy One Group)

Archer & Goat

Archer & Goat offers a taste of its delicious cuisine during NYC Restaurant Week. The three-course dinner menu has a wide selection of dishes inspired by Latin American and South Asian flavors, giving guests the opportunity to explore new flavors and ingredients from around the world. Start with appetizers like Crispy Brussel Sprouts, then move on to entrees such as Goan Shrimp Curry, Vegetable Curry, Portobello Mushroom Arepas, or an A&G Burger. For dessert, guests can enjoy Tres Leches Panna Cotta or Flan de Celeste for a sweet treat. For only $30 per person, Archer & Goat’s NYC Restaurant Week specials are the perfect way to experience their incredible blend of Latin American and South Asian cuisines without breaking the bank!

La Grande Boucherie

La Grande Boucherie offers a unique dining experience with its stunning 40-foot-high glass ceilings and ornamental Art Nouveau decor. As part of the NYC Restaurant Week, one can indulge in a pre-set lunch for $45 per person. The menu features an array of French classics and bistro favorites, such as prime cuts from the in-house meat program, all complemented by an extensive wine list and classic cocktails. For dinner, there is also an option available at $60 per person that will bring you on a journey of traditional French cuisine. Salade Mesclun Au Chèvre Chaud, Pavé De Saumon Aux Lentilles and La Tarte Aux Framboises/Pistache. 

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La Grande Boucherie (Courtesy Boucherie)

Olio e Più 

Olio e Più is participating in New York City’s Restaurant Week celebration and offering guests two delicious set menus. Patrons can select from a $30 lunch menu or a $45 dinner menu that features some of the restaurant’s most beloved dishes. Guests are welcomed to this vibrant West Village establishment and enjoy the outdoor patio surrounded with lush greenery and colorful flowers while admiring the magnificent Jefferson Market Library from a distance. Selections include options like Tortellini En Brodo, Tagliatelle Verdi Al Ragù Bolognese and Nocciola Sphera.

Pig and Khao

Pig and Khao is ready to tantalize your taste buds with its delicious NYC Restaurant Week specials. Diners can enjoy a unique culinary adventure for just $60 per person. Guests will savor the flavors of Southeast Asia as the menu features reimagined dishes from the Philippines, Thailand, Burma and Vietnam, all prepared with classic cooking techniques. The menu includes an assortment of palate-pleasing items, such as Pork Belly Adobo that’s slow-cooked in a tangy sauce, Sizzling Sisig served over the hot sizzling plate with chilies and lime, and Ricotta Donuts made with creamy ricotta cheese and fried to golden perfection. Indulge in this delightful culinary journey that pays homage to chef Leah Cohen’s Filipino heritage without having to leave home. 

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Pork Belly Adobo (Courtesy Pig and Khao)

TLK

New York City Restaurant Week at TLK offers a unique dining experience for those looking to explore health-conscious Asian cuisine. Guests can enjoy a three-course dinner for $45. Appetizers such as Spicy Eggplant and Crispy Tofu Bites will tantalize your taste buds before moving on to main dishes like Braised Malaysian Style Chicken, Peanut Street Noodles, or freshly caught Market Fish. End your meal on a sweet note with either Vanilla Ice Cream with Thai Coco Caramel and crushed peanuts or any of the vegan sorbets prepared in-house. TLK’s restaurant week is the perfect opportunity to explore new flavors while staying true to one’s dietary requirements since all offerings are gluten-free and vegan-friendly. 

Gallow Green

Gallow Green, the restaurant and bar at The McKittrick Hotel in New York City, offers an incredible experience of lush foliage and creative cocktails. During NYC Restaurant Week, diners can indulge in a special dinner menu of mouth-watering dishes, such as Gratinée Lyonnaise, Grilled Scottish Salmon, and Chestnut Mont Blanc. For those looking for a weekend brunch option, Gallow Green has you covered. Cocktails are inspired by the show Sleep No More, which plays at the hotel. These inventive drinks deliver a twist on classic favorites that will delight your taste buds. With all this and more, it’s not hard to see why Gallow Green is rated so highly among visitors. Dinner specials are available for $60 per person. So don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to savor the flavors of Gallow Green during NYC Restaurant Week! 

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The Hideout at Gallow Green (©Conor Harrigan)

Piggyback

Piggyback, Leah Cohen’s renowned Asian-inspired eatery in Chelsea, is participating in the upcoming NYC Restaurant Week. Diners can enjoy a delightful two-course prix fixe menu for $28 per person—a perfect offering for those looking to indulge on a budget! A $60 three-course dinner is also available. The menu has something to offer everyone, with delectable options like Lumpia Shanghai, Malaysian Fried Chicken and Sticky Toffee Cake. A rotating draft list featuring craft cocktails and wines selected to pair perfectly with the meal is also available. Visitors may be seated in the cozy brick-lined space or grab food to go; either way, they will be sure to savor each bite of the scrumptious flavors that Piggyback is known for. With its delicious dishes and convenient location, Piggyback is an ideal spot for lunch during NYC Restaurant Week!