By Bretton Love
Calling all Harlem food enthusiasts!
Brace yourselves for the culinary sensation that is New York City Restaurant Week, making its highly anticipated debut in 2023.
This year, the neighborhood’s vibrant dining scene is taking center stage as numerous eateries join the ranks of this epic gastronomic campaign.
Running from July 24 through August 20, 2023, Restaurant Week is already causing a stir among food connoisseurs. Reservations for the participating establishments have opened, so don’t miss your chance to savor the delectable offerings.
As the official website highlights, the program presents prix-fixe menus starting at a tantalizing $30 in hundreds of renowned restaurants across all five boroughs. Now, let us tantalize your taste buds with a glimpse into the Harlem eateries that have proudly joined the inaugural NYC Restaurant Week of 2023. Interestingly, the neighborhood sees nine fewer participants compared to the sizzling summer edition of Restaurant Week in 2022.
If you’re wondering when the best deals can be snagged, it all depends on each restaurant’s individual participation. Typically, these fine establishments offer their exquisite creations from Monday to Friday, ensuring weekdays are a feast for the senses. Saturdays, unfortunately, sit outside the program’s purview, while Sundays remain an optional inclusion for the eateries.
The Winter 2023 edition boasts a triumvirate of pricing options—$30, $45, and $60—tailored to suit the whims and desires of the participating restaurants. Whether it’s lunch, dinner, or both, each establishment selects the meal periods during which they will unleash their culinary artistry.
For more details on the upcoming extravaganza that is Restaurant Week, we invite you to visit the website, where a cornucopia of information awaits your eager exploration.
- Bixi: 2164 Frederick Douglass Blvd.
- Bistro Casa Azul: 343 Pleasant Ave.
- Guadir: 251 E. 110th St.
- Lido: 2168 Frederick Douglass Blvd.
- Dinosaur Bar-B-Que: 700 W. 125th St.
- Slyvia’s: 328 Malcolm X Blvd.
- Sofrito on the Hudson: Riverbank State Park, enter at 145th Street
- Harlem Hops: 2268 Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. Blvd.
- Ollin: 339 E. 108th St.
- Harlem Shake: 100 W. 124th St.
- Vinateria: 2211 Frederick Douglass Blvd.
- Angel of Harlem: 2272 Frederick Douglass Blvd.
- Archer & Goat: 187 Lenox Ave.
- Sapoara: 2262 First Ave.
- The Porch: 750A St. Nicholas Ave.
- Nocciola Ristorante: 237 E. 116th St.
- Cascalote: 2126 Second Ave.
- Yuzu Sushi: 350 Lenox Ave.
- BLVD Bistro: 2149 Frederick Douglass Blvd.
Prepare to embark on a culinary journey like no other and let Harlem’s dining scene captivate your palate in an unforgettable manner.
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