This year, New York City Winter Restaurant Week runs from January 21 – February 9, 2020. Two-course fixed-price lunches will be offered at $26 and three-course fixed-price dinners for $42. Reservations open January 8th!
“Now in its 28th year, NYC Restaurant Week is one of the most renowned dining programs in the world,” said Fred Dixon, president and CEO of NYC & Company, the city’s destination marketing organization. “The program earned its great reputation from locals and visitors alike who use it to explore vibrant neighborhoods across the five boroughs in pursuit of diverse, culinary experiences at a terrific value.”
When it started in 1992, NYC Restaurant Week was the first-ever culinary celebration of its kind, one now replicated in many cities across the country.
How to make reservations
Start out by browsing the official NYC Restaurant Week website that features a list of 365 participating restaurants across the city. The list is searchable by restaurant name, meal type (lunch of dinner), type of cuisine and location. More than two dozen new restaurants are making their debut on the list this year.
After you’ve made your choices, bookmark the same page, where you’ll be able to make reservations—starting on Wednesday, January 8th. NYC Restaurant Week always offers unique opportunities to try new restaurants or cuisines, and to return to eateries you’ve enjoyed in the past. Since popular eateries tend to fill up quickly, it’s always prudent to make reservations as early as possible.
NYC Winter Outing: Extend your stay in the Big Apple
During the same two weeks (January 21- February 9). NYC Winter Outing will be returning for a second year.
This novel promotion (also sponsored by NYC & Company) allows visitors to bundle NYC Restaurant Week with heavily discounted hotel stays (priced 30-40% lower than usual), 2-for-1 tickets for Broadway shows and 2-for-1 tickets for NYC Must-See Attractions.
Since both NYC Restaurant Week and the NYC Winter Outing last for a full 19 days, it’s the perfect time of year for tourists to plan a relaxed city stay—or for metro area denizens to plan a staycation that is memorable and affordable.
Source: Thanks https://www.forbes.com/sites/irenelevine/2020/01/06/nyc-winter-restaurant-week-how-to-snag-your-seat-at-the-table/