Save Room for Seconds: 24 Downtown Spots Offering Restaurant Week Deals

01/09/2024 in
Save Room for Seconds: 24 Downtown Spots Offering Restaurant Week Deals

It’s the most wonderful time of the year in New York. That’s right, it’s almost Restaurant Week, baby. What better way to begin 2024 than with a fantastic meal at some of the city’s finest dining establishments (not to mention, at a great price)?

NYC Restaurant Week runs Tuesday, January 16 through February 4, 2024. (Diners, be advised that Saturdays are excluded from Restaurant Week.) During the biannual event, enjoy two-course lunches and three-course dinners for $30, $45 and $60 at select restaurants citywide. Be sure to read the fine print at the Restaurant Week website, but for your convenience, we’ve listed the 24 participating restaurants in the neighborhood right here:

  • Industry Kitchen (70 South St.)
  • Schilling (109 Washington St.)
  • House of the Red Pearl at Tin Building (96 South St.)
  • Malibu Farm (89 South St., Pier 17, the Seaport)
  • Delmonico’s (56 Beaver St.)
  • Manhatta (28 Liberty St.) 
  • One Dine (117 West St., One World Trade)
  • Mezze on the River (375 South End Ave., Hudson River Esplanade)
  • Morton’s The Steakhouse (136 Washington St.)
  • The Fulton (89 South St., Pier 17, Seaport)
  • La Pizza & La Pasta (101 Liberty St., Eataly)
  • Clinton Hall (90 Washington St.)
  • Brooklyn Chop House (150 Nassau St.)
  • T. Brasserie at Tin Building (96 South St.)
  • Vino &… (101 Liberty St., Eataly)
  • Carne Mare (89 South St., Pier 17, the Seaport)
  • Frenchman’s Dough at the Tin Building (96 South St.)
  • Le Gratin (5 Beekman St.)
  • abcV at Tin Building (96 South St.)
  • Suteishi (24 Peck Slip)
  • Temple Court (5 Beekman St., the Beekman Hotel)
  • Restaurant Pearl (33 Peck Slip, Seaport Hotel)
  • La Marchande (88 Wall St., the Wall Street Hotel)
  • Stout NYC Financial District (90 John St.)

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