Here Are 21 Lower Manhattan Restaurants Participating In Restaurant Week

01/14/2022 in
Here Are 21 Lower Manhattan Restaurants Participating In Restaurant Week

Local eateries made the best of a bad situation back in the cold, cold winter months with an excuse to try out all the first-rate dining rooms with the generous deals found during Restaurant Week: Two- and three-course prix fixe meals ranging from $29 to $39 to $59.

The promotion begins Tuesday, January 18, through Sunday, February 13 and, per NYCGo, the deals run Monday through Friday (not Saturdays) and it’s up to each restaurant whether they honor the rates on Sundays. You can read more details at the Restaurant Week site but for your convenience, the following are the participating restaurants below Chambers Street:

  • Anassa Taverna (104 North End Avenue)
  • Bareburger (155 William Street)
  • Batard (239 West Broadway)
  • Blue Smoke (255 Vesey Street)
  • Capital Grille (120 Broadway)
  • Felice (15 Gold Street)
  • Front & Wall Street (110 Wall Street)
  • The Fulton (89 South Street)
  • Gran Morsi (22 Warren Street)
  • Industry Kitchen (70 South Street)
  • La Pizza & La Pasta A Colori (101 Liberty Street)
  • Mad Dog & Beans (83 Pearl Street)
  • Malibu Farm (89 South Street)
  • MarkJoseph Steakhouse (261 Water Street)
  • Merchants River House (375 South End Avenue)
  • Morton’s The Steakhouse (136 Washington Street)
  • Route 66 Smokehouse (46 Stone Street)
  • Sant Ambroeus (200 Vesey Street)
  • Schilling (109 Washington Street)
  • Treadwell Park (301 South End Avenue)
  • Vino e Grano (101 Liberty Street, Eataly NYC Downtown)

Bon appetit!

photo: iStock

Tags: Restaurant Week

Related articles

For Unique And Flavorful Thai You Can’t Find Anywhere Else In The Neighborhood
For Unique And Flavorful Thai You Can’t Find Anywhere Else In The Neighborhood

Lil Chef Mama (27 Cliff Street) might have a modest-looking storefront to passersby, but...

Something To Noodle On: Xi’an Famous Foods Is ‘Famous For A Reason’
Something To Noodle On: Xi’an Famous Foods Is ‘Famous For A Reason’

The long, noodle-less nightmare is finally over: Xi’an Famous Foods finally reopened...

Will This Brazilian Cheese Bread Become The New Bagel?
Will This Brazilian Cheese Bread Become The New Bagel?

Pao de queijo might not be something a lot of Lower Manhattan diners are familiar with,...