The NYC Restaurant Week officially kicked off on January 14th, but, in somewhat of a misnomer, the event extends all the way to February 8th this year. More than 300 restaurants in Manhattan are participating in the event by offering set meals at the set prices of $25 for lunch and $38 for dinner. It’s a unique opportunity to dine at some of the city’s best restaurants without breaking the bank.
Let’s go over a few dining options that guests at The MAve will be able to enjoy over the next few weeks.
The MarkJoseph Steakhouse at the South Street Seaport serves up some of the city’s best steaks in the shadow of the Brooklyn Bridge.
Hospoda, on the Upper East Side, is a Czech restaurant that has been taking the city by storm. Eastern European cuisine has never been tastier as the restaurant combines Czech cuisine with fresh produce for a modern take on dishes like lentil soup and pork shank.
Esca in Midtown was founded by Chef Dave Pasternack who brought his family’s fishing past and Italian heritage to bear in this seafood restaurant. Raw fish make an appealing appetizer, while whole fish are the customary mains.
Brasserie Ruhlmann is a restaurant in the famed Rockefeller Center that offers French cuisine with an American twist. The NYC Restaurant Week special is a particularly good deal here, as a sandwich usually costs upwards of $20!
Finally, just across from The MAve boutique hotel in NYC’s Flatiron District is A Voce. This Italian restaurant is very highly regarded by the city’s food critics and its Restaurant Week special won’t disappoint.