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Restaurant Week Returns: Winter 2024

Jan 4, 2024
Restaurant Week Returns: Winter 2024

For many New Yorkers, Restaurant Week is a highly anticipated tradition focusing on something that New York just seems to do best—food. The tradition dates back to 1992 when restauranteurs aimed to attract customers from the Democratic National Convention, which was being held in the city. It was intended as a one-time event but now occurs bi-annually due to popular demand.

Restaurant Week this winter will run from January 16 to February 4. Special menus for lunch, dinner, or both are priced at $30, $45, or $60. Customers can explore a variety of dining options at a more affordable cost while simultaneously supporting local restaurants.

In Lincoln Square, you can enjoy Restaurant Week deals at the following establishments:

Bar Boulud (1900 Broadway at West 64th Street)
The Leopard at Des Artistes (1 West 67th Street at Central Park West)
Lincoln Ristorante (142 West 65th Street between Amsterdam Avenue & Broadway)
Nougatine at Jean-Georges (1 Central Park West at Broadway)
- Porter House Bar and Grill (10 Columbus Circle)
Rosa Mexicano - Lincoln Center (61 Columbus Avenue at West 62nd Street)
Shun Lee West (43 West 65th Street at Columbus Avenue)
Tavern on the Green (1 Tavern on the Green at 67th Street and Central Park West)

Be sure you check in with each restaurant to find out the details of their offer, as each restaurant’s deals differ. If you are an eligible Mastercard holder, you can also register your Mastercard to automatically earn statement credits on qualifying meal purchases and NJ TRANSIT services throughout the event.

New York City Tourism + Conventions produces NYC Restaurant Week. To schedule reservations, see an array of menus, and see the full list of participating eateries, click here. If you’ve been waiting to try new restaurants, now is the time! Support your local restaurants while enjoying an affordable meal.

Once you’ve had your fill of Restaurant Week, check out our Neighborhood Guide to explore more dining options around the area. 

Photo Credit: New York City Tourism + Conventions