Newcomers to Try During NYC Restaurant Week
Get that res on the books — dining at some of NYC’s best eateries is never more accessible than right now, during NYC Restaurant Week, with three-course prix-fixe meals for $29 at lunch at $42 at dinner. In the spirit of trying something new, we’re eyeing some much-buzzed-about spots that are both new to the lineup and newly-opened within the past year.
See something you like? Head to NYC & Company to book your table, or to see the full list of more than 350 participating eateries. The Winter 2017 session runs from January 23rd to February 10th, so enjoy — a happy tummy awaits.
By Natalie Goel
Leuca: New to Located inside The William Vale Hotel in Brooklyn, this Southern Italian eatery from Andrew Carmellini, the chef behind Locanda Verde and the Dutch, might just be the buzziest newcomer of them all.
Where: 111 North 12th Street, New York City
Freud: Lover of schnitzel? This Austrian restaurant is by Michelin-starred chef Eduard Frauneder of Edi & the Wolf is one to check out.
Where: 506 LaGuardia Place, New York City
Bedford & Co: Step into John DeLucie’s subterranean spot in The Renwick Hotel for wood-fired Argentinian fare.
Where: 118 E 40th Street, New York City
Tavern62 by David Burke: With dishes like Seaweed Soaked & Roasted Chicken and Peking Pork Shank, chef David Burke’s serves up a modern take on tavern food at this Upper East Side space.
Where: 135 E 62nd Street, New York