Restaurant Week in NYC

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One of the unique parts of living in NYC is all of the great cuisine! NYC, being such a multicultural city, allows residents to try all different types of food and restaurants! There’s a catch though, restaurants are expensive! Thankfully, Restaurant Week in NYC is around the corner, from July 22ndthrough August 16th, when you can try all different restaurants with special price fixed menus!



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What Is Restaurant Week?

Restaurant Week started in 1992 as a way to welcome the democratic national convention to NYC. The ever popular event has now made its way from political origins to one of the more celebrated parts of NYC culture! It happens twice a year, in the summer and winter. What makes it special is that you can eat at some of the restaurants you may have been dying to try to get to for a fraction of the cost! With prix fixe menus, you can enjoy two course lunches for $26 and three course dinners for $42.


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How To Participate

July 22ndthrough August 16this your chance to try all the hot spots you have had your eye on! Check on line to sort through the over 300 restaurants that will be participating! Make sure to make a reservation early as this is a very popular time to eat out in NYC! Glenwood residents should definitely take part! Keep reading to find out some restaurants close to Glenwood buildings.


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Where to Eat

A bit overwhelmed? Don’t worry, you can find so many different online guides or click here to help sort through different options. You really can’t go wrong as long as you have a reservation. Some great restaurants being featured this year are:


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