For a foodie, Restaurant Week is like “Christmas in January” because you can eat like a king for a song. This year Restaurant Week pricing applies to take-out and delivery at some of New York City’s best haunts. Lunch or dinner from January 25-31 is only $20.21. We can all use a tasty deal and a delicious meal, so plan your ordering now.
Keens Steakhouse (72 West 36th Street) It’s electrifying to order a steak at a discounted price. Keens is a premier steakhouse that owns the largest collection of churchwarden pipes in the world. Prior to 1885, Keens was a part of the Lambs Club, a famous theatre and literary group founded in London. Today, Keens is the only survivor of the Herald Square Theatre District. In an age that tears down so much of the past, it is comforting to find one landmark which survives. Their menu includes Prime Rib Hash and a Steak Sandwich for $20.21.
Nizza (630 Ninth Avenue) Restaurants in the Theater District are struggling with Broadway being dark. Nizza an exceptional trattoria with Northern Italian favorites and homemade pasta. Each take-out meal comes with a chopped salad and a cannoli for dessert. Choose from one of their Housemade Rigatoni dishes or a homemade pizza.
Fraunces Tavern (54 Pearl Street) Once things open again, you can enjoy a delectable meal and then see the room where General George Washington gave his famous farewell at the end of the Revolution at the Tavern Museum. As New York’s oldest and most historic bar and restaurant, the Tavern has seen many changes over the last 250 years. For this week, order their Homemade Chicken Pot Pie with your choice of side. It will take you back in time…