Twice a year, New York City Restaurant Week makes hundreds of the city’s most renowned restaurants accessible at more affordable prices. Enjoy three-course brunches, lunches, and dinners at these spots during the next edition of NYC Restaurant Week.
Not too far from the Duane Street Hotel, the Financial District’s Augustine has been one of the most popular destinations during past restaurant weeks. The dining room shines with giant mirrors and French-inspired dishes like steak frites, and duck confit.
Augustine. 5 Beekman St. New York, NY
Another downtown favorite, Bistro Leo is a gorgeous French restaurant in SoHo. A typically pricey destination for lunch or dinner, it’s well worth visiting during the discounted season of Restaurant week. Don’t skip out on moules marinieres, poulet brique, or the vanilla creme brulee.
Bistrot Leo. 60 Thompson St. New York, NY
If you’re staying with the Duane Street Hotel during the next round of Restaurant Week, don’t forget that a number of acclaimed participants are an easy commute across the Brooklyn Bridge away. One of our top recommendations is Brasserie Seoul in Boerum Hill. The French-Korean fusion spot offers imaginative knockouts like boeuf bourguignon with shiitake mushrooms, and steak frites with gochujang aioli.
Brasserie Seoul. 300 Schermerhorn St. Brooklyn, NY
David Burke Kitchen
Another sensational participant of past New York City Restaurant Weeks is SoHo’s David Burke Kitchen. A beacon of farm-to-table excellence, you can enjoy discounts here for brunch, lunch, and dinner. Be sure to save room for the smoked salmon with avocado toast, or the roasted fillet of branzino.
David Burke Kitchen. 23 Grand St. New York, NY
This East Village standout is the first spot of internationally renowned chef Sujan Sarkar. The colorful cocktails, and lively interior design bring a contemporary vibe to the Indian-inspired menu. We love the veal sweetbread koliwada, and the beef short-rib curry with garlic naan.
Baar Baar. 13 E 1st St. New York, NY