Restaurant Week Treats You To A Great Meal Every Day

Restaurant Week Treats You To A Great Meal Every Day

By: Caroline De Tino

Get your forks ready and dig in to some incredible dishes with the return of Restaurant Week!

From January 21 to February 8, over twenty eateries in Lower Manhattan will be participating in bringing out some mouthwatering dishes every day of the week. With two-course lunches from $26 and three-course dinners from $42, why not head out and try some of the new restaurant openings  as well as some old favorites?

This year, two recently opened eateries have been added to the list—10 Corso Como Cafe and Brooklyn Chop House. So whether you’ve been dying for a taste of Milan with 10 Corso Como’s Gnocchi burro e salvia while surrounded by rich Lower Manhattan history at the South Street Seaport, or intrigued by Asian fusion cuisine like Brooklyn Chop House’s crispy salt and pepper sea bass bao bun sandwich, now is the chance to check them out without worrying about your wallet.

Be sure to check instagram everyday to check out trending dishes using the tag #nycrestaurantweek, and post your own photos of dishes you have tried!

A complete list of all participating Lower Manhattan restaurants can be found here.

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