Get ready to make those reservations: the 25th annual NYC Restaurant Week is set to launch later this month, with dozens of new restaurants participating.
From July 24 through August 18, nearly 400 restaurants across the five boroughs will be offering three-course prix-fixe lunches for $29 and three-course prix-fixe dinners for $42, organizer NYC & Company announced Monday.
There are 33 new restaurants participating in Restaurant Week this season, including: Benjamin Steakhouse Prime, Bob’s Steak & Chop House, Boucherie, Bâtard, Cut by Wolfgang Puck, Farmer & The Fish, Feast, Fifty Restaurant, Flinders Lane, Fowler & Wells, Freds at Barneys New York–Downtown, The Gin Parlour, Haru Hell’s Kitchen, Jams, Lorenzo’s Restaurant, Bar & Cabaret, Lupulo, Meet the Meat, Mission Chinese Food, Nobu Downtown–Bar/Lounge, Ousia, Palm Tribeca, Philippe, Porsena, Rafele, The Ribbon, Rotisserie Georgette, Rouge Tomate Chelsea, Salvation Burger, Society Cafe, South Fin Grill, The Tuck Room, Untitled and Wallsé.
Also for the first time this summer, four NYC Restaurant Week Summer Tasting Series events will be offered with wine pairings for $75 a person, with tickets supporting local charities City Harvest, Citymeals on Wheels and Food Bank NYC.
The events are Bâtard Tribeca (Lower Manhattan) on July 24, Buttermilk Channel (Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn) on August 1, Maiella (Long Island City, Queens) on August 6, and Amada (Lower Manhattan) on August 14.
For a complete list of all participating restaurants in Restaurant Week and for more information, visit nycgo.com/restaurantweek.