Since 1992, Restaurant Week has invited New Yorkers and tourists to discover the city's gourmet dining scene. ©Irina Schmidt /shutterstock.com

Since 1992, Restaurant Week has invited New Yorkers and tourists to discover the city’s gourmet dining scene.
©Irina Schmidt /shutterstock.com

(Relaxnews) – This year, Restaurant Week is returning to New York from July 21 through August 15 for its summer edition. Over 300 renowned eateries will offer affordable fixed price menus throughout the event, much to the delight of cost-conscious foodies.

Three-course meals (appetizer, main course and dessert) will be available for $25 at lunch and $38 at dinner, excluding drinks and tax. Tourists and New Yorkers alike can take advantage of the offer from Monday through Friday, as well as on Sunday at certain restaurants.

For this edition, new partner restaurants include the Greenhouse Cafe and Tanoreen in Bay Ridge, Minton’s in Harlem, Murray’s Cheese Bar in Greenwich Village and Socarrat Paella Bar in Nolita. Altogether, over 300 establishments are participating.

New York Restaurant Week was first launched in 1992.

To view the list of restaurants and reserve a table:www.nycgo.com/restaurantweek

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