New York Restaurant Week

New York Restaurant Week is an event held twice a year in which participating restaurants in New York City offer prix fixe lunches and dinners. At the finest restaurants, this can be a fraction of the usual prices.

The event is held in early winter (January/February) and summer (June/July). Since inception, Restaurant Week has seen an increase in appreciation, followers and footfalls to such an extent that it has inspired people to create their own version of the event in various cities across the globe.

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New York Restaurant Week - History
... Restaurant Week began as a lunch-only promotional event in 1992 and is considered the first "restaurant week" ... NYC Restaurant Week Winter 2010 was held from January 25 to February 7 with Saturdays excluded ... Restaurant Week Summer 2010 was held from July 12 to July 25 with the same prices and restrictions ...

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