Winter Restaurant Week 2024 is here, and this year’s lineup is nothing short of spectacular. With over 600 restaurants participating, the options are abundant, offering delightful lunch and dinner specials. From Spanish delicacies to Viennese delights, there’s something for every palate. Here are 10 standout restaurants that are sure to elevate your dining experience during this special event.
Spanish Diner in Hudson Yards
Located in the vibrant Hudson Yards, this gem from Jose Andres offers a tantalizing $30 lunch and a $45 dinner, both featuring three courses of authentic Spanish cuisine. From tuna empanadas to Catalan beef stew and churros with chocolate, the flavors will transport you to the heart of Spain.
Indian Table in Cobble Hill
Chef Eric McCarthy’s Indian Table presents a $45 dinner showcasing the rich and diverse flavors of Goan cuisine. Indulge in salt-cod croquettes, pork vindaloo, and the delightful pasteis de nata for a truly unforgettable dining experience.
Zero Otto Nove in the Flatiron District
Bringing the essence of Salerno, Italy to New York, Zero Otto Nove offers a three-course $45 lunch and dinner, featuring delectable dishes such as fava beans and artichokes, steak grilled Salerno style, and irresistible tiramisu or profiteroles for dessert.
Qanoon in Chelsea
Experience the flavors of Palestine at Qanoon, where a $60 dinner on weekdays and Sundays awaits. Indulge in octopus over hummus, sumac chicken, and the delightful knafeh for a truly unique culinary journey.
Sushi Lab in the East Village
For sushi enthusiasts, Sushi Lab presents an omakase plus an appetizer and dessert for $60, available seven nights a week. Immerse yourself in the art of sushi in a serene setting that allows for meaningful conversations.
Tong in Bushwick and Ridgewood
Tong offers a $30 lunch and $45 dinner on weekdays and Sundays, featuring tantalizing Thai bar food and street food. From shrimp salad to curried duck breast, the flavors will captivate your senses.
Gage & Tollner in Downtown Brooklyn
Step into history at Gage & Tollner, a restaurant that opened in 1870 and still retains its historic charm. Indulge in a $45 lunch and $60 dinner on weekdays, or a $45 Sunday brunch, featuring iconic dishes like sweet potato soup, shrimp and grits, and a delightful lime and blood orange pavlova.
Koloman in Nomad’s Ace Hotel
Experience the flavors of Austria at Koloman, where chef Markus Glocker presents $30 two-course and $45 three-course lunches on weekdays. Indulge in country pate, chicken schnitzel, and the classic Viennese apple strudel.
Red Rooster in Central Harlem
Marcus Samuelsson’s Red Rooster offers a $30 lunch during the first two weeks of Restaurant Week, featuring a two-course meal that includes yam and coconut soup with roasted mushrooms and fried catfish with black-eyed peas.
Hearth in the East Village
Chef Marco Canora’s Hearth presents a $45 dinner, six days a week, featuring three courses of farm-to-table delights. From Tuscan soup ribollita to wood-roasted local fish and olive oil cake for dessert, the menu is a celebration of local flavors.
With such an impressive lineup of restaurants, this year’s Winter Restaurant Week promises to be a culinary journey like no other. Don’t miss the opportunity to savor these exceptional dining experiences and make your reservations early to secure your spot at these culinary hotspots.