NYC Restaurant Week has arrived so grab your friends and head into the big apple to dine for a fraction of the usual priced plate. For all the foodies of the tri-state area, the best part of summer has finally arrived.
From July 11 to July 24, over 300 restaurants taking part in the most famous food festival offer patrons a plate price they just can’t deny. The two-week event allows patrons to dine at some of the best and most expensive food and pay a fixed price of $24.07 or $35.00.
NYC Restaurant Week started in 1992, and was originally slated to be a one-time event to welcome the Democratic National Convention into the city. As if the city was going to get away with delegate-only dining, the residents of New York City flocked to different restaurants in search of the cheaper cuisine and demanded they to be included.
Nearly 20 years later, NYC Restaurant Week has grown tremendously and expanded to include not only dinner but lunch as well, and expanded to two times a year–both winter and summer.
For more information about participating restaurants or to book a reservation, visit http://www.nycgo.com/restaurantweek/