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Where to Dine During Winter Restaurant Week 2017

nyc-restaurant-weekThere isn’t generally a whole lot to get pumped about come cold, holiday-devoid January, which makes New York’s Winter Restaurant Week such a welcome change of pace.  Running from 1/23-2/10, the annual promotion features 378 establishments scattered across four boroughs (what’s up, Staten Island?), offering three-course lunch menus for $29 and three-course dinner progressions for a mere $42.  So thank goodness for our standard winter wardrobe of figure-obscuring sweaters, because we fully intend to eat our way to spring…

Leuca

Leuca
111 N 12th St
Williamsburg,New York 11249
(718) 581-5900

Andrew Carmellini’s new Southern Italian, William Vale hotel-located eatery has wasted no time jumping aboard Restaurant Week, making their debut with primis, including Tuna Crudo with Sicilian citrus, secondis such as Malfadini with rapini pesto, and dolces like Amedei Chocolate Budino, topped with whipped hazelnut cream.

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High Street on Hudson

High Street on Hudson
637 Hudson St
West Village,New York 10014
(917) 388-3944

Since their lunch and dinner menus are markedly different (and equally acclaimed), it’s a boon that this Philly export is offering deals on both meals!  Swing by for Wild Mushroom Soup, House-baked Radicchio Pizza and Cranberry Panna Cotta in the afternoon, and Dry Aged Beef Tartare, Seaweed Bucatini, Vegetarian Beet Steak, and Spiced Rum Mousse at night.

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Bedford & Co.

Bedford & Co.
118 E. 40th Street
Midtown East,New York 10016
(212) 634-4040

John DeLucie’s clubby Renwick Hotel newcomer is going above and beyond during Restaurant Week, participating with prix fixe lunch, dinner and brunch.  So nearby Grand Central Station tourists and commuters can be treated to an affordable, fulfilling meal any time of day; whether its Eggs Benedict and Chicken & Waffles, Wood-Charred Beets and Zucca Pasta, or Fluke Crudo, Seafood Stew and Rye Brownie Sundaes with luxardo cherries.

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Quality Eats

Quality Eats
19 Greenwich Ave
Greenwich Village,New York 10014
(212) 337-9988

The latest installment from the Fourth Wall team (Quality Italian, the seasonally-evolving Park Avenue), this modern West Village steakhouse is offering their infamous Grilled Nueske’s Bacon with peanut butter and jalapeno jelly, as part of a three-course lunch prix fixe of Top Blade Flatiron Steak and S’mores Sundaes with burnt marshmallow ice cream.

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Baita

Baita
200 5th Avenue
New York 10010
(212) 229-2560

Where better to celebrate winter than Baita, Eataly’s rooftop pop-up, emulating an Italian Alpine cabin?  And the reduced-price lunch and dinner menus further the allusion of being snuggled inside a Piedmontese ski lodge; expect Wild Hive Polenta with pumpkin, Beer-Braised, Apricot-Glazed Pork Shoulder, and Chocolate Budino with amaretto cookies and salted caramel.

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Danji

Danji
346 West 52nd Street
Hell's Kitchen,NY 10019
(212) 586-2880

Hooni Kim’s contemporary Korean tapas joint is rolling out four courses for Restaurant Week dinner — look for Egg over Rice topped with spicy cod roe, “K.F.C” Korean Fire Chicken Wings sprinkled with peanuts and cilantro, Bossam made with braised pork belly and dehydrated daikon kimchi in a cucumber wrap, and exotically flavored ice cream for dessert.

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Hunt & Fish Club NYC

Hunt & Fish Club NYC
125 W 44th St
Midtown West,New York 10036
(212) 575-4949

It’s possible you’ll spot frugal celebs at this glitterati-mobbed haunt during Restaurant Week; why should they pay full price for Baked Clams with breadcrumbs, Hanger Steak teamed with roasted tomatoes, and Pear Tart with maple ice cream?

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Luke’s Lobster

Luke’s Lobster
237 5th Ave
Park Slope,New York 11215
(347) 457-6855

This sustainable, seafood spot makes an excellent fast-casual Restaurant Week option, if you can’t devote time to a three-course lunch.  Try a Luke’s Trio for only $19.50 — featuring a half Lobster, half Crab and half Shrimp Roll.

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