NYC Restaurant Week Summer 2017 Specials: Book Your Tables Now

Diners, start booking your tables if you haven’t already. NYC Restaurant Week Summer 2017 is here and on its 25th anniversary, the offerings are better than ever! There are hundreds of participating restaurants, offering up $29 lunches and $42 dinners, July 24-August 18. Here’s a look at a few of our favorites menus.

Bâtard
For the first time ever, Bâtard is participating in NYC Restaurant Week. Don’t miss three courses, Monday-Friday. Dishes include chef Markus Glocker’s crispy branzino, steak tartare, and beets linzer, and sommelier Jason Jacobeit has specially priced wines at $11 a glass that are ideal accompaniments. It’s a hot ticket, so this Michelin-starred Tribeca fave is extending their offering the weeks of August 21 and 28. Make an NYC Restaurant Week reservation at Batard.

Noreetuh
Known for chef Chung Chow’s modern take on Hawaiian cuisine and a poke that is consistently ranked as one of the best authentic offerings in New York City, Noreetuh is serving dinner for seven days along with optional wine pairings for just $25. Make an NYC Restaurant Week reservation at Noreetuh.

db Bistro Moderne
Executive chef Chris Stam and executive pastry chef Daniel Kleinhandler have a superb seasonal menu at long-running participant db Bistro Moderne that includes tomato and watermelon gazpacho, corn risotto, hangar steak, blueberry clafoutis, and a chocolate gateâu. Make an NYC Restaurant Week reservation at db Bistro Moderne.

Auden Bistro & Bar
Tucked into the elegant Ritz-Carlton on Central Park South, Auden is lunch and dinner menus from chef Joseph Lallave. Options include sushi flatbread, a burrata Caesar salad, New York Strip steak, and crispy Skuna Bay salmon. Red and white pairings are available from the sommelier. End your meal on a very NYC note with the New York-style cherry cheesecake. Make an NYC Restaurant Week reservation at Auden Bistro & Bar.

Tribeca Grill
One of the very first participants in New York City Restaurant Week in 1992, this Tribeca mainstay is offering lunch and dinner Monday-Friday as well as Sunday brunch. Look for potato, leek, and watercress soup, heirloom tomato tartine, grilled Berkshire pork chop, and stone fruit cobbler. Make an NYC Restaurant Week reservation at Tribeca Grill.

Morimoto
Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto has a sushi feast for less. Swing by during lunch Monday-Friday for dishes like Angry Chicken, Veggie Bop, and chocolate pavlova, plus signature cocktails such as the Serenity Now (and who couldn’t use a bit of that?). Make an NYC Restaurant Week reservation at Morimoto.

Chazz Palminteri Italian Restaurant
You don’t have to head to the Bronx to enjoy Chazz Palminteri and chef Enko Purisic’s Italian fare. Their three-course lunch offering includes insalata di buffalo or calamari fritti, tilapia livornese or filetto di maia  scallopini, and a choice of cheesecake, gelato, or tiramisu. Make an NYC Restaurant Week reservation at Chazz Palminteri’s Italian Restaurant.

Nobu Downtown
At the newly relocated iteration of Nobu, the three-course lunch offerings include the signature Nobu tacos, Nobu’s famed black miso cod, and yogurt panna cotta. The space is a stunner, so don’t miss this opportunity to enjoy it at a generous discount. Make an NYC Restaurant Week reservation at Nobu Downtown.

Megu
Head downtown for some Asian-accented dishes from chef Frances Tariga (from Chopped, Top Chef, and Cutthroat Kitchen), at the recently reopened Megu in the Meatpacking District, such as salmon belly nori tacos, Okinawa sweet potato ravioli, and matcha crepe cake. Make an NYC Restaurant Week reservation at Megu.

The Palm Court
The always elegant Palm Court in The Plaza Hotel has equally elegant menus, from ahi tuna tartare to tandoori spiced chicken wings. Curated cocktails, including the Hemingway Daquiri and the Orson Welles Negroni round things out. Make an NYC Restaurant Week reservation at The Palm Court.

Boucherie
Newly opened, this year is Boucherie’s first experience in NYC Restaurant Week. Guest can dine for lunch or dinner and expect signature steak entrees from the French Brasserie like the Steak Frites au Poivre  at dinner), a Pat LaFrieda New York strip with four peppercorn cream sauce and crispy French fries or the Onglet de Boeuf a la Lyonnaise (lunch), hanger steak and white wine shallot demi-glaze. Make an NYC Restaurant Week reservation at Boucherie.

Ocean Prime
Executive chef Eugenio Reyes delights with all the jewels of the ocean in the way of dishes like flash-fried Point Judith calamari and teriyaki salmon, but there’s plenty for landlubbers, such as Murray’s Farms chicken and chocolate peanut butter pie. Make an NYC Restaurant Week reservation at Ocean Prime.

Philippe
The Upper East Side celebrity hotspot that has catered to dazzling celebs and promises to dazzle with modern Chinese fine dining lunch and dinner menus from executive chef John Villa with dishes such as the famous chicken satay, nine seasons spicy prawns, and fortune cookie red velvet cake. Make an NYC Restaurant Week reservation at Philippe.

Bar Primi
Chef Andrew Carmellini and chef-partner Sal Lamboglia are participating in lunch and dinner and have Italian favorites, including burrata cremosa, eggplant caponata crostino, casarecca with zucchini and salsa verde, garganelli with vodka sugo and proscuitto, and gelato del giorno. Mangiamo! Make an NYC Restaurant Week reservation at Bar Primi.

Leuca
The stylish restaurant in Brooklyn’s tony The William Vale hotel is known for it’s cuisine inspired by Southern Italy. Lunch and dinner selections include fire-roasted cabbage, seabass tartare, malfadini with rapini pesto and sweet & sour peppers, black shells with ruby shrimp and local calamari, budino “cioccomenta.” Make an NYC Restaurant Week reservation at Leuca.

Oro Restaurant & Lounge
Located in Long Island City, Oro has a dinner menu highlighting modern takes on classic Italian dishes such as fresh burrata served with tomato and prosciutto, lobster ravioli with shrimp in a creamy vodka sauce, and traditional tiramisu. Make an NYC Restaurant Week reservation at Oro Restaurant & Lounge.

Benjamin Steakhouse Prime
We’re all about the Benjamin for the next few weeks. A newcomer to this restaurant week, Benjamin invites you to sample their best for less at lunch, including their lobster bisque, Prime junior New York sirloin, and soy-glazed grilled Scottish salmon, among others. Make an NYC Restaurant Week reservation at Benjamin Steakhouse Prime.

Fung Tu x Russ & Daughters
In addition to their standard restaurant week menu, chef Jonathan Wu and Fung Tu will be teaming up with Russ & Daughters and collaborating on some awesome dishes that will also be served during restaurant week at dinner. Selections include smoked sable bao, scallion pancakes with kippered salmon and scallion creme fraiche, and chocolate babka with red bean paste and salted egg yolk. Make an NYC Restaurant Week reservation at Fung Tu x Russ & Daughters.

Root & Bone
Brunch, lunch, and dinner are all up for grabs at this Southern cuisine eatery in the East Village from chefs Jeff McInnis and Janine Booth, y’all. Because Grandma’s angel biscuits, drunken deviled eggs, chicken and waffles taste good any time of day or night. Make an NYC Restaurant Week reservation at Root & Bone.

Little Park
Big deals abound at Little Park from chef Andrew Carmellini and chef de cuisine Min Kong at their NYC Restaurant Week lunch. Think choices of charred corn and burrata, tomato risotto, Arctic char, and lemon basil sorbet. Make an NYC Restaurant Week reservation at Little Park.

Tavern 62 by David Burke
A NYC Restaurant Week OG, having participated since the very first one 25 years ago, Tavern62 by David Burke has can’t-miss highlights including the Angry Lobster Dumplings, octopus & chorizo kebabs, roast natural chicken, and the Peking pork chop. Make an NYC Restaurant Week reservation at Tavern 62 by David Burke.

Ousia
From July 24–August 18, new far west side restaurant Ousia executive chef Carlos Carreto will be offering an innovative Mediterranean menu from Sunday to Friday for lunch and dinner This is the first year Ousia is participating and dishes include cannellini & beet spread, chicken or beef souvlaki, and chocolate halva sundae. Make an NYC Restaurant Week reservation at Ouisa.

Molyvos
Experience a taste of Greece in New York City! Celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, Molyvos is doing lunch and dinner Sunday through Friday. Enjoy Greek classics including octopus salad, grilled yellow fin tuna, seafood pilaf, and the famous Molyvos sundae. Make an NYC Restaurant Week reservation at Molyvos.

Burke & Wills
Australian Bistro Burke & Wills executive chef Rodrigo Nogueira (The Monkey Bar, Resto) has curated a mix of exciting new additions and old favorites for the dinner menu, which offers three courses for $42 ($65 with the wine pairing), including roasted duck breast and Australian lamb. Housemade donuts are a fitting end to the meal. A lunch menu is also available. Make an NYC Restaurant Week reservation at Burke & Wills.

STK Downtown and STK Midtown
STK has all kinds of deliciousness from chef Andy Kitko outside of steak, but, please, if you eat red meat, don’t miss the steak frites at lunch and dinner. For you non-carnivores, there’s garden-y goodness in the way of summer salads, gazpacho, and seasonal sorbets (and much more). Make an NYC Restaurant Week reservation at STK Downtown or STK Midtown.

Bedford & Co.
Executive chef Justin Nuebeck invites you to celebrate Restaurant Week all day long at Bedford & Co., the American eatery from restaurateur John Delucie. They’re serving a special prix fixe for brunch, lunch, and dinner. Pick from gnudi with summer corn, cherry tomatoes, and scamortza, a California bowl, and a vanilla lime panna cotta. Make an NYC Restaurant Week reservation at Bedford & Co.

The Dutch
Neighborhood fave The Dutch has a luxe lunch for locals and travelers alike. Choose from dishes that scream summer, such as Wagyu steak tartare, snap pea salad, grilled New York trout, roasted chicken salad, and blueberry pie with roasted peach ice cream. Make an NYC Restaurant Week reservation at The Dutch.

Neta
This year Neta, the exquisite omakase and Japanese small plate restaurant in the West Village will be serving a lunch menu, highlighting fresh, seasonal preparations from executive chef Sungchul Shim (previously of Per Se) including Crispy Chicken Karage, black truffle umami donburi, and a Szechuan salmon poke bowl. Make an NYC Restaurant Week reservation at Neta.

The Lambs Club 
Chef Geoffrey Zakarian has both lunch and dinner with selections from kale and blood orange salad, cucumber gazpacho, gnocchetti primavera, Amish chicken, and a strawberry semifreddo available in the restaurant’s refined mezzanine bar. Make an NYC Restaurant Week reservation at The Lambs Club.

Scarpetta
Chef Jorge Espinoza highlights bold flavors in their dinner menu. spaghetti with tomato & basil and creamy polenta with fricassee of truffled mushroom, along with new summer features from the Scarpetta beach menu, such as zucchini and raw red snapper with pickled fennel and citrus. Make an NYC Restaurant Week reservation at Scarpetta.

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Photo credits: Eric Laignel (Aureole); Liz Clayman (Palm Court); Lauren J. Caplan (Root & Bone); Cory Arnold (Morimoto).