The NYC Restaurant Week 2017

The NYC Restaurant Week 2017 is upon us (until the 18th August) and that can only mean one thing. Four weeks of serving the cocktails of tastes, flavours, and ingredients that encourages the citizens as well as the visitors to enjoy the top-notch dining experiences at an affordable price point. Read below what the Big Apple has on the menu this summer.

Over 350 participating restaurants are offering 3-course meals for a fraction of usual price: 29 dollars per lunch and 42 for dinner. There is always a choice of at least three options per course which ranges from ice creams sandwiches to patatas bravas, to guarantee that everybody can satisfy their taste buds*. The NYC Restaurant Week is celebrating its 25th anniversary and is believed to showcase the hottest trends in premium dining right now. If that is correct, you will have to find our yourself.

“New Yorkers have always been competing to obtain the latest table booking and to (…) never miss the most glorious party”

The New York’s restaurant history originates in the 17th century when the first taverns opened. Ever since then, New Yorkers have always been competing to obtain the latest table booking and to secure the first invitation to the coolest bar openings. This activity was famously featured by the Sex and the City series which captures four girls who could never miss the most glamorous party in town.

Rumour has it that NYC is a synonym for the most outrageous and iconic eating and dining experiences. Well, where else in the world can you find a cronut (a croissant and donut in one), the Big Dipper pizza (with béchamel, mushroom, leeks and pork) and a Har Gow Bun all located within a couple of miles from each other?

“NYC is a synonym for the most outrageous and iconic eating”

New York simply was, is, and will long be leading the crowd of fancy restaurants and it is great that, thanks to the NYC Restaurant Week, we can all enjoy the most delicious plates without having to scarify a month’s rent. Bon Appetite, New York!

 

*Find out more on: https://www.nycgo.com/restaurant-week

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