Ten Trendy Places to Try for NYC Winter Restaurant Week 2023

January 18, 2023, 7:04.15 pm ET  

Photo: La Marchande/Liz Clayman                                                                     

La Marchande
Three-Course Dinner|$60

Chef John Fraser is showcasing his French Brasserie classics with Southeast Asian flair at La Marchande for Restaurant Week.  The menu includes dishes like French Onion Dumplings with truffles, King Salmon with delicata squash, and Hanger Steak with shiso chimichurri & frites. Apple Tart Tatin is for dessert. See menu

Lure Fishbar
Three-Course Dinner | $60

Lure Fishbar is a luxe spot to be seen in SoHo.  Menu options for Restaurant Week include a spicy salmon Kanai Roll, Nori Crusted Tuna with garlic fried rice, Miso Glazed Salmon, and Seafood Fra Diavolo with squid ink fettuccine. For dessert, there is Key Lime Pie and Molten Chocolate cake with caramel popcorn. See menu

Pig & Khao
4-course Dinner | $60

If you ever wanted to try Pig & Khao, now’s your chance.  Restaurant Week choices include Pork Belly Adobo, Sinigang Shrimp, Sizzling Sisig, BBQ Baby Back Ribs and Crispy Cauliflower.  For dessert there are deep fried bananas called Turon. A special $30 Cocktail Tasting is also available. See menu 

Three-Course Dinner | $45

Becco, Lidia Bastianich’s Italian spot on Restaurant Row, is offering a meal that begins with a classic Caesar Salad or Antipasto followed by entrées like Pan-Seared Salmon drizzled with olive oil, Chicken Parmigiana and Grilled Pork Chops served alla pizzaiola. There's Italian Cheesecake with strawberry sauce for dessert. See menu 

Three-Course Dinner | $60

Jean-Georges’ JoJo is offering a Restaurant Week special that includes Faroe Island Salmon Sashimi with pistachios and lime, Wild Gulf Flounder with bok choy and black bean-ginger vinaigrette, Roasted Organic chicken, a Cheddar Cheeseburger with Russian dressing, and Passion Fruit Pavlova for dessert. See menu

Three-Course Dinner | $60

Brazilian restaurant Ipanema which made a triumphant return is offering a festive meal including Mussels in tomato and wine sauce, Pork Belly with pickled Red Onion, Picanha (Brazilian cut sirloin) with port bordelaise, and Bolo de Rolo - guava rose ganache with crème fraiche ice cream for dessert. See menu

Momoya SoHo
Three-Course Dinner | $60

This sexy sushi spot kicks off its meal with Marinated Salmon with soy vinaigrette. Other options include Uni & Ikura over sushi rice with 3 pieces of Toro; Shokadou Bento Box; Sushi & Sashimi; and Assorted Rolls.  Desserts include a Sake Mousse in pear jelly and Chocolate Red Bean Cake with cassis sauce. See menu 

Sake No Hana
Three-Couse Dinner | $60

Opened recently by Tao Hospitality Group, Sake No Hana is showcasing options like Spicy Tuna Tartare with Kaluga Caviar; Short Rib Yakimeshi with Kyoto carrots and bone marrow; and Faroe Island Salmon with pickled ginger and grilled kohlrabi.  Dessert brings 40-layer crepe cake with macadamia whipped cream. See menu

Lore Brooklyn
Three-Course Dinner | $45

This gem in Park Slope, Brooklyn is offering prix-fixe options like fermented dosa and fried delicata squash to start.  Entrées include Fish & Chips; Afghani Chicken, and Hen of the Wood Mushroom Uttapam. For dessert, there is cashew baklava and stone fruit granité. See menu

One Fifth
Three-Course Dinner |$60

Chef Marc Forgione’s latest endeavor is offering all the trappings of a terrific Italian meal from Lamb Polpette (meatballs) and Tuna Crudo to entrées like Chicken alla Cacciatore and Brodetto, an Italian seafood stew. Banana Bandino and "Cookie in a Jar" are counted among the desserts. See menu

NYC Winter Restaurant Week runs from January 17th to February 12.  Most offerings are Monday thru Friday with some exceptions. Several of the restaurants mentioned are also offering two-course lunch deals. To see the entire restaurant list visit nycgo.com/restaurant-week


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