10 Restaurant Week menus you still have time to try
The foodie promo ends March 7. Here’s why you should hit these spots before it’s too late.
136 W. 55th St., 212-265-4000
Because we’ve seen what new chef David Arias can do with pasta, and it’ll blow your mind.
Blue Smoke Battery Park City
255 Vesey St., 212-889-2005
Because you’ve already been to the Flatiron location; now you’ve gotta try Jeffrey Held’s take on barbecue.
70 W. 45th St., 212-253-2828
Because you can watch chef Alex Guarnaschelli on Chopped xx, or catch her in the flesh at the trendy outpost’s new location.
210 W. 118th St., 212-866-1262
Because Chef JJ Johnson is redefining African cuisine and bringing new business into Harlem.
199 Bowery, 212-271-7101
Because your best chance of spotting a celeb in the city just might be at “Top Chef” alum Hung Huynh’s enticing Asian fusion eatery.
8 W. 36th St., 212-290-2211
Because this isn’t your neighborhood deli’s bibimbap.
151 E. 58th St., 212-644-0202
Because when else can you afford dinner at Le Cirque?
208 W. 70th St., 212-875-8600
Because Greece’s most famous celeb chef, Maria Loi, will take care of you as if you were her own kin. Order the pastitsio, a Greek take on lasagna.
Macy’s Herald Square, 151 W. 34th St., 212-967-9251
Because the sprawling views of Herald Square are as divine as Jarett Appell’s pizza. Dining here will transform your typical Macy’s experience.
72 W. 69th St., 212-580-4300
Because Bill Telepan is pretty much the nicest chef in the biz, and his food isn’t that bad either.
Enjoy a three-course lunch for $25 or a three-course dinner for $38. Get the full list of participating restaurants at www.nycgo.com/restaurantweek.