NYC Restaurant Week Winter Reservations Now Open

NEW YORK CITY – Foodies, Foodies and Foodies – get ready to start reserving tables at an assortment of New York’s finest restaurants.

Reservations opened Tuesday for this winter New York Restaurant Week. The four-week event runs from January 18 to February 13.

“With hundreds of restaurants offering special prix fixe menus for a limited time, this is your chance to try it all in the world’s most dynamic food scene,” the event website says.

A menu of participating restaurants is now online on the NYC Restaurant Week website for potential diners. Maybe Industry’s promises of Wood-Fired Pizza Cooking accompanied by sweeping views of Brooklyn’s waterfront whet your appetite – if so, just click “Reserve.”

Or maybe the chance to dine at a James Beard Award winner like Hearth – which, by the way, offers potato gnocchi with sage butter and parma – sounds tantalizing.

Prices are set at $ 29, $ 39, and $ 59 to give New Yorkers a chance to expand their culinary horizons without putting a big hole in the wallet.

Restaurant Week comes amid an increase in coronavirus cases fueled by the omicron variant. Establishments are taking precautions and will require vaccinations.

“While New York City is open, Covid-19 remains a reality for all of us,” the event website says. “We aim to provide you with the most recent information on our New York winter outing programs, but due to ongoing developments we recommend that you check with the sites before you go. Proof of vaccination is required for anyone. over 5 years to participate in indoor activities, including dining in restaurants and attending Broadway shows. “

To learn more about NYC Restaurant Week, click here.

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