With over 25,000 registered restaurants New York City is a food capital of the world.
Taste the most gourmet the city has to offer without breaking the bank during restaurant week running now through February 8.
Rahi (60 Greenwich Ave, Manhattan)
Rahi, a West Village Artisanal Indian gem known for their unique plates and pleasant decor, will be serving a three-course prix-fixe dinner menu every night during Restaurant Week (and a three-course prix-fixe lunch menu on the weekend); both starting with an appetizer amuse bouche on the house.
Menu highlights include the Taza Chana Tikki and Banana leaf Chicken.
DaDong NY (3 Bryant Park, Manhattan)
Upscale Chinese restaurant DaDong will be offering a two-course prix-fixe lunch menu and a three-course prix-fixe dinner menu Monday through Friday during Restaurant Week (excluding Lunar New Year on February 4th and 5th).
Menu highlights include the Squid Ink Soup and Slow-Cooked Lobster with Saffron Rice.
For those looking for a grander experience, supplement options include the DaDong “Su Bu Ni” Roast Duck and wine pairings.
Kellari Taverna (19 W 44 St, Manhattan)
This upscale Greek eatery will be offering a two-course prix-fixe lunch and dinner menu Monday through Friday during Restaurant Week.
Menu highlights include Shrimp Kataifi and Pan Seared Stripe Bass.
Brooklyn Chop House (150 Nassau St, Manhattan)
Brooklyn Chop House is loved for its dim sum and chops, most notably the cheeseburger and pac man dumplings. During Restaurant Week, the eatery will be serving three-course prix-fixe menus during lunch and dinner.
Menu highlights include French Onion Soup Dumplings and 12-ounce NY Strip Steak.
Merakia (5 West 21st St, Manhattan)
Upscale Midtown Greek steakhouse Merakia known for their addictive zucchini chips and melt in your mouth lamb will be serving three-course prix-fixe menus for both lunch and dinner.
Menu highlights include Katerina’s Keftedes, and Grilled Branzino.
Sant Ambroeus—West Village (259 W. 4th St, Manhattan)
Sant Amboeus is a West village staple during brunch and for a tradition Milanese dinner. Known for its charming decor and intimate setting. The eatery will be offering a two-course prix-fixe lunch during the week and a three-course prix-fixe dinner Sunday through Friday.
Menu highlights include linguine cacio e pepe and tagliatelle alla bolognese.
Henry at Life Hotel (19 W. 31 St, Manhattan)
Henry’s flavorful menu adds color and spice to the heart of NoMad. Known for their dishes that draw inspiration from African, Latin, and Caribbean flavors the eatery will be offering a two-course prix fixe lunch during the week and a two-course prix-fixe brunch on the weekend.
Menu highlights include the oxtail egg roll and salmon noodles.
Calle Ocho (45 W. 81 St, Manhattan)
Contemporary America meets old Cuba at this high-energy Upper West Side Latin fusion haven. This eatery will be offering a three-course prix fixe dinner.
Menu highlights include Calabaza and Dorado.