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Listen up! It’s that time of the year again. New York Restaurant Week is back, this time with over 320 participating restaurants. The deals are still the same: restaurants are offering 3-course prix fixe meals—$24.07 for lunch and $35 for dinner. Go ahead and indulge at a fancy restaurant for a fraction of the price.
Don’t have the time to head downtown for Restaurant Week? Harry Flager’s got your back. Get a dorm-friendly replica of the prix fixe lunch offered at April Bloomfield’s The Breslin in the Ace Hotel after the jump. More »
We know you’re still hankering after a snow day, but while sidewalks are momentarily walkable, get a different kind of winter craving out of the way with Restaurant Week 2011.
- In these week’s lead, Harry Flager delves into the story behind the dish and interviews The Modern at MoMa’s Danny Meyer and One if by Land, Two if by Sea’s Rosanne Martino to find out what goes into—and what is left out of—Restaurant Week menus.
- For the Mexi-minded, Kimberly Topilow highlights two south-of-the-border hot spots, Rosa Mexicano and Toloache, that are more than worth the $35 prix fixe dinner price in Best of Restaurant Week.
- Not hungry? Satisfy your music craving this Saturday, Jan. 29 when Jake Snider and the rest of his student band open for Chiddy Bang at their free concert at Irving Place. Who doesn’t like Snider? Who doesn’t like free?
For more on Restaurant Week, Snider, and plenty of other city goings-on, pick up a copy of the Spectator with its Weekend pull-out or (if you don’t want to put on boots) check it here.
Cute! MoHi wants its own restaurant week. Part of this year’s Columbia College Days, beside dance videos, is a Columbia-exclusive Restaurant Week, during which students will be able to get up to a 15-percent discount at select Morningside establishments. It runs from April 9 (yesterday) to April 14 (Wednesday)—so get ‘em eats on now! (Just show your CUID.) Full restaurant list after jump. More »