Dine at These 8 Michelin-Starred NYC Restaurants for Under $50 Next Week

If you don't typically like to spend the kind of cash you often need to spend to dine at one of New York City's Michelin-starred restaurants, you're in luck.

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Ai Fiori showcases modern Italian and French cuisines, which includes homemade pastas and seasonal ingredients. Michael White is the chef and owner.

nYou can find Ai Fiori's Restaurant Week menu here.
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Aureole serves up a prix fixe or chef’s tasting menu from executive chef Gabriele Carpentieri in an elegant dining room.

nYou can view Aureole's Restaurant Week menu here/
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Bâtard in Tribeca offers 3-,4- and 5-course menus of modern French cuisine from chef Markus Glocker.

nView Bâtard's Restaurant Week menu here.
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The Breslin is a high-end British gastropub located at the Ace Hotel.

nView The Breslin's Restaurant Week menu here.
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Chef Daniel Boulud's cafe, Cafe Boulud serves up high-end French cuisine.

nView Cafe Boulud's Restaurant Week menu here.
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Casa Mono serves up Spanish fare from executive chef Andy Nusser just east of Union Square.

nView Casa Mono's Restaurant Week menu here.
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The Clocktower is a chic Madison Avenue restaurant and lounge serving up upscale American cuisine from chef Jason Atherton.

nView The Clocktower's Restaurant Week menu here.
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Junoon serves up modern, upscale Indian cuisine in an ornate dining room.

nView Junoon's Restaurant Week menu here.
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