Restaurant Week’s Great Deals For Delicious Meals Have Arrived!

01/12/2018
Restaurant Week’s Great Deals For Delicious Meals Have Arrived!

By: Caroline De Tino / Photos By: Osteria della Pace & Temple Court

Calling all food lovers – great deals and delicious meals await you in Lower Manhattan!

For three weeks, Restaurant Week will be taking over New York City. From January 22 to February 9, over 25 eateries in Lower Manhattan will be participating in serving you tasty dishes at affordable prices. With three-course lunches from $29 and dinners from $42, now’s your chance to check out some new places or even just visit some old favorites.

Want some more reasons to celebrate? This year Temple Court, Osteria della Pace, Augustine, and One Dine at One World Observatory are on the list! So whether you’ve been dying to try Temple Court’s Baked Alaska while surrounded by jewel-toned furnishings and antique accents, have a taste of Osteria della Pace’s Southern Italian inspired, authentic cuisine (for instance, their Parmigiana de Melanzane), sit in luxury inside the Beekman Hotel nibbling on Augustine’s Steak Tartare, or dine surrounded by gorgeous sky-high views of the city at One Dine, now is a great opportunity to go without worrying about your wallet.

To sweeten the deal even further, for every picture you post to Instagram about your Restaurant Week experience using #NYCRestaurantWeek, you will be entered for a weekly chance to win $250 in restaurant gift cards. Official rules for contest can be found here.

For a compiled list of participating LM restaurants, click here.  

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