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Jul 18

NYC Restaurant Week Summer 2018: The Fanciest Tables To Book Now

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! New York City’s biannual Restaurant Week is officially open for reservations. From July 23rd to August 17th, some of the top eateries in town are offering delicious deals, with 2-course lunches for $26 and 3-course dinners for just $42. Fancy foodies rejoice – these luxury spots are prime for the picking.



With Michelin stars and a James Beard Award, Bâtard is a modern European gem in Tribeca. Indulge in elegant, seasonal dishes by Chef Markus Glocker, including salmon rillettes and fennel pollen pasta. FYI, the wine list is also exceptional.

Bâtard, 239 W Broadway

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Dress your best and head to the Upper East Side’s iconic Pierre Hotel for some French-American fare at Perrine. The newly re-imagined space features an outdoor seating area ideal for chic people-watching.

Perrine, 2 E 61st Street

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The Capital Grille

Impress your man with a famed dry aged steak from The Capital Grille at the Chrysler Center. Date night has never been so juicy.

The Capital Grille, 155 E 42nd St.

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Nougatine at Jean-Georges

For an upscale lunch situation, Nougatine at Jean-Georges is your best bet. Sample some of the chef’s world-renowned cuisine in a fabulous (but more casual) setting.

Nougatine at Jean-Georges, 1 Central Park West


ABC Kitchen

More health-conscious diners will appreciate ABC Kitchen, another Jean-Georges production known as a favorite among the A-list. Fresh, organic ingredients on your plate, and a supermodel or two sitting at the next table over. We mean, if Gwyneth approves…

ABC Kitchen, 35 E 18th St.

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Hunt & Fish Club NYC

In the mood for #extra? The expansive Hunt & Fish Club features three gorgeously designed rooms that are dripping with luxury. The Midtown hot spot boasts an innovative menu of steak and game, and it’s perfect for a pre- or post-theater meal. Why not make a night of it?

Hunt & Fish Club NYC, 125 W 44th St.


Nobu Downtown

When Robert De Niro is one of the owners, you know it’s a place to see and be seen. High-end sushi and a swank atmosphere await at this NYC classic.

Nobu Downtown, 195 Broadway

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Café Boulud

Calling all ladies who lunch. Run by chef Aaron Bludorn, Daniel Boulud’s charming Upper East Side eatery is a tribute to France. Fill up on shrimp tartine and roasted pork loin while pretending you’re in a hidden cafe in Europe.

Café Boulud, 20 E 76th St.

[Photo via @cafebouludny]


The Lambs Club

With plush interiors and Chef Geoffrey Zakarian’s new American fare, The Lambs Club is always worth checking into. A sense of Old School New York accompanies every dish, and you and your company will feel especially chic.

The Lambs Club, 132 W 44th St.

[Photo via @thelambsclub]


Ocean Prime

Dive into the award-winning seafood of restaurateur Cameron Mitchell’s iconic Ocean Prime. After all the lobster bisque and teriyaki salmon you can handle, make sure to save room for the five layer carrot cake. Yum.

Ocean Prime, 123 W 52nd St.

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Written By: Stephanie Maida

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