What To Do In NYC During Restaurant Week 2022

If you’re visiting NYC in Janurary or Feburary of 2022 then you’re in luck. Restaurant week is back and there are some great deals visitors can take advantage. What is it? First, it’s more than 1 week ...

January 15, 2022

Save Money On Your Next Meal

Restaurant week actually runs from January 18th to February 13th and participating restaurants will offer pre-fix meals at restaurants at discounted prices. Participating restaurants are offering brunch, lunch & dinner pre-fix for $29, $39, $59. Now if you’re visiting, it can be tricky to figure out how to take advantage. So to help, we’ve listed 5 restaurants visitors should take advantage of.

Hangawi interor

Number 1. Hangawi

12 E 32nd St, New York, NY 10016

Hangwai is one of the top vegetarian restaurants in the city so for the plant based eaters this is a true gem. Located right near the Empire Statue Building and Madison Square Garden, this Korean vegetarian restaurant is showing all customers that Korean food is more than just fried chicken and bulgogi. 

La Grade Boucherie

Number 2. La Grade Boucherie

145 W 53rd St, New York, NY 10019

La Grade Boucherie has been on a must see list ever since the pandemic started because of the beautiful decor. Their innovative dinning space is larger and more elegant than most places in midtown. This french restaurant is all about the meats here so get ready to indulge in escargot, croque madame and monsieur, steak frites, duck confit and coq au vin and for $39 for lunch this is a great deal. 

Sylvia's soul food

Number 3. Sylvia's

328 Malcolm X Blvd, New York, NY 10027

Anyone staying uptown needs to have Sylvia’s on their goto list. First opened in 1962 Sylvia’s is basically an institution in the area looking for soul food and brunch options. While Sylvia’s may not be a hidden gem we added it to the go to list because you really can’t go wrong with a meal here during restaurant week. Plus there is live music Wednesday’s and a Gospel brunch on Sunday’s.

Tavern On The Green

Number 4. Tavern On The Green

W 67th St, New York, NY 10023

There’s some places that just drip NYC. Tavern On The Green is definitely one of these places. An icon of NYC from the old days, Tavern On The Green is located directly in Central Park and the ambiance will make you feel like you’ve been transported to a romantic movie but considering it’s offering a three course $39 lunch and three course $59 dinner, this is a great option for visitors. 

Han Dynasty

Number 5. Han Dynasty

1 Dekalb Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11201

Our last restaurant is Han Dynasty. It’s not an icon like Tavern or beautiful french decor, but it’s damn good chinese food and based on the questions we’ve gotten from other travelers, damn good chinese is on a lot of people’s list. They have 2 locations, one on the upper west side and one in downtown Brooklyn. Lunch is $29 and dinner is $39 from the Szechuan menu. Eat good. 

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