You just can't visit New York City without dining in one of its finest restaurants. (My restaurant discounts can make it happen for you.) It's experience to behold and one that you will not soon forget.
The best way to sample some of New York City's finest meals, prepared by its top chefs is to order from it's prix fixe menu. What does prix fixe mean? Pay one price, or a fixed price, for an entire meal. You will select from several appetizers, main courses, and delectable desserts. These special menus represent just about the best restaurant discounts around!
During today's economy, restaurant discounts, in the form of prix fixe meals, are a staple of all the fine restaurants. It's the perfect opportunity to have a special lunch with your husband, boyfriend, family, sister, or before or after the theater.
I can still remember my first grand meal at La Grenouille...and that took place a few year's back. So, enjoy all that the big apple has to offer, especially it's fanastic cuisine. Just do it smartly, with restaurant discounts.
Here is my tried and true list of New York City Restaurants that offer prix fixe meals. Enjoy.
21 West 52nd Street
(bet. 5th & 6th Avenues)
A New York City icon.
3-course lunch: $42.00 (Monday through Friday)
3-course dinner: $48.00 (Seating by 6:30 pm, Monday through Saturday)
4-course dinner: $98.00 (Friday and Saturday evenings--no, not a bargain but for this place it's not bad for a 4-course dinner)
65 East 55th Street
(bet. Madison & Park Avenues)
Experience Marcus Samuelsson’s Scandinavian magic.
3-course lunch: $52.00
135 West 42nd Street (between Broadway & 6th Avenue)
Savor Charlie Palmer’s delicious and unique creations.
2-course lunch: $38
3-course lunch: $43
(bet. 63rd & 64th Streets)
A fantastic opportunity to taste the fares of Daniel Boulud!
3-course lunch: $32 (Monday through Friday)
4-course dinner: $48 (Monday through Sunday)
3-course weekend brunch: $32
163 Duane Street
A taste of heaven.
5-course lunch tasting: $55 (with wine: $110)
85 Tenth Avenue
(near 16th Street)
Mario Batali's crown jewel is now offering a prix fixe lunch from Wednesday through Friday. I had dinner here and was sorely disappointed. I list this because not everyone agrees with me. However, it is a beautiful space.
3-course lunch: $49
99 East 52nd Street
(bet. Lexington & Park Avenues)
A classic restaurant designed by Philip Johnson. Ask to sit in the Pool Room.
2-course dinner: $35 (bar room)
3-course lunch: $59 (pool side--recommended)
3-course pre-theater dinner: $75
Gotham Bar & Grill
12 East 12th Street
(bet. 5th Avenue & University Place)
Alfred Portale cooks up his mouthwatering treats.
3-course lunch: $38
Trump International Hotel
1 Central Park West
(bet. 60th & 61st Streets)
Elegance redefined. Superb cuisine created by the world-renown chef.
3-course lunch: $38
160 East 64th Street
(bet. Lexington & 3rd Avenues)
Another of Jean George’s Vongerichten’s superb restaurants.
3- course dinner: $38 (Served at 5:30 and after 9.30 Sunday through Friday, excluding holidays)
3 East 52nd Street
(bet. 5th & Madison Avenues)
Elegant, classic French restaurant.
3-course Lunch: $60.00
155 West 51st Street
(bet. 6th & 7th Avenues)
Chef Eric Ripert turns out sublime fish in a gorgeous setting.
3-course nunch: $85
One Beacon Court
151 East 58th Street
(bet. Lexington & 3rd Avenues)
Sirio Maccioni’s fabled restaurant has served presidents, kings and queens, so why not you?
2-course lunch: $32
3 course lunch $42
405 East 52nd Street
(bet. FDR Drive & 1st Avenue)
Traditional French meals expertly prepared. Not my favorite among the French restaurants but good
3-course lunch: $35
3-course dinner: $75
840 Second Avenue
(bet. 44th & 45th Streets)
837 Second Avenue
(bet. 44th & 45 Streets)
A real NYC institution geared to luscious steaks and monster-sized lobsters.
3-course Lunch: $25.90, depending on location.
234 West 44 Street
(between Broadway and 8th Avenue)
Theater District restaurant is famed for its celebrity caricatures.
3-course lunch: $35.00
3-course dinner: $55.00
Business lunch: $22 (choice of appetizer or dessert with entree and coffee)
1 Water Street
(bet. Furman & Old Fulton Streets) Brooklyn
Breathtaking, spectacular views and wonderful food. A perfect choice for a special occasion. My sister got engaged here!
2-course lunch: $42
2-course brunch: $55
As you can see, my restaurant discounts allow you to dine in style, in NYC's most elegant places, for a very reasonable price. My favorites? Gee, it's tough to say. You really can't go wrong with any of these suggestions.
So, use these restaurant discounts to your advantage! Bon appetit!
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