Unique Dining Experiences Await In LM For Restaurant Week

07/23/2018

By: Caroline De Tino

Three weeks of nonstop deals on meals await you in Lower Manhattan — New York City’s Summer Restaurant Week has finally arrived!

From July 23 to August 17, over 25 incredible eateries in Lower Manhattan will be participating by serving up old and new favorites at discounted prices, with special prix fixe menus. With two-course lunches from $26 and three-course dinners from $42, now is your chance to try out a new place you’ve been curious about, or revisit your tried and trues, without hurting your wallet.

Have a taste of authentic Italian classics from Felice 15 Gold Street, enjoy views of Santiago Calatrava’s Oculus at Church & Dey, let out your inner carnivore with steaks from CUT by Wolfgang Puck or MarkJoseph, dine inside a bank vault at Bobby Van’s or The Capital Grill, or nibble on steak frites from the trendy Beekman Hotel’s Augustine or Temple Court by Tom Colicchio.

With so many tasty options to choose from, you can have lunch and dinner everyday of the week, without worrying!

For a complete list of Lower Manhattan participants and more information on Restaurant Week, click here.

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