The savings continue with more Restaurant Week deals in New York City. Take advantage of dining discounts from some of the finest restaurants in town. Hurry, you have until February 9th to indulge with $26 two-course lunches and $42 three-course dinners.
Perry Street (176 Perry Street) You almost need a passport to travel to the far West Village for this beautiful gem. Jean-Georges Vongerichten designed a serene escape with Perry St, offering beautiful sunset views over the Hudson River. In this tranquil setting, savor Tuna Tartare or Mussels and Clams in a green curry broth with jasmine rice. There is a great deal of attention given to flavorful sauces that perfectly compliment the menu selections. Visit for lunch anytime to sample their menu with a $38 prix-fixe option. If you want to catch up with an old friend or plan a date night, this quiet jazzy bistro is the perfect fit.
Tarallucci e Vino (4 locations) If you’re looking for an Italian fix this week, make a reservation at Tarallucci. The owner set out to promote Italy’s dining culture combining the authentic Italian appeal of warmth with homemade pastas and aromatic entrees. I recommend the housemade Ravioli Di Zucca with sage butter and parmigiano. In the morning, they serve a full coffee bar with pastries baked on the premises. Monday through Friday from 4-7 p.m., save with $6 beer, $8 wines and a $9 Italian spritz. Discounted munchies include $1.50 oysters, $5 mixed olives and $5 brushetta.
Le Rivage (340 West 46th Street) This traditional French restaurant is located in the heart of the Theatre District and advertises discounted prix-fixe menus all year long. The romantic rustic atmosphere is a comfortable setting for affordable classic French cuisine. Specializing in pre-theatre dining, they are a great choice for a pre and post show get together. The menu provides gobs of choices including Escargots de Bourgogne, Cordon Bleu, Coq au Vin and Boeuf Bourguignon. For Restaurant Week, feast on Moules Mariniéres P.E.I Steamed Mussels or Pan Seared Mignonette Au Poivre.