New York's top restaurants will serve three-course lunches for $24.07 (in a play on 24/7, though keep in mind that the discounts are not good on Saturdays and optional on Sundays) and three-course dinners for $35.00 (beverage, tax and gratuity not included).
New York Restaurant Week started in 1992 as a one-time lunch promotion for visitors to NYC during the National Democratic Convention. Since then, Restaurant Week has become a biannual tradition embraced by New Yorkers and tourists alike.
What's Cooking During New York Winter Restaurant Week 2013Hundreds of top NYC restaurants will participate in NYC Restaurant Week this winter. The list of participating restaurants usually includes the Megus uptown and downtown, Spice Market, Dos Caminos, Nobu, Tao, One If By Land, Two If By Sea, Blue Water Grill, and many others.
See the full list of participating restaurants and their New York Restaurant Week menus
Make Reservations for New York Restaurant WeekVisit The NYC & Company New York City Restaurant Week site to make easy online reservations.
If you can't get a dinner reservation at your number one pick, try booking a table for lunch. It's much easier to get in and you'll enjoy the same food and ambiance (plus you'll have an excuse to get away from the office for a civilized lunch for a change).
Check out our restaurant top picks for more great New York Restaurant Week dining ideas: