NYC Restaurant Week Winter 2020

January 21 - February 9, 2020

NYC Restaurant Week Winter reservations are now available, with $26 2-course lunch menus and $42 3-course dinner menus!

Bundle up and brave the cold to enjoy this year’s Winter Restaurant Week at one of our New York City landmark location restaurants. For additional information and menus for our Restaurant Week participating restaurants see below!


Rigatoni pasta  served at Lincoln Ristorante in NYC
Lincoln Ristorante

Lunch & Brunch

Chef Shea Gallante is bringing a new style of Italian food to Lincoln, refined and rustic, personal and classic.

Duck entrée served at Brasserie 8 1/2 in NYC
Brasserie 8 ½

Lunch & Dinner

Brasserie 8 ½ is a stylish French brasserie located just steps from 5th Avenue. Enjoy beloved classics with a light, innovative touch.

Pink radicchio salad served at STATE grill and bar in NYC
STATE Grill and Bar


STATE Grill and Bar is an elegant restaurant located inside the iconic Empire State Building that offers classic American dishes made with seasonal ingredients with a touch of modern culinary style.

Short rib with mushroom risotto served at Nick + Stef's Steakhouse in NYC
Nick + Stef’s Steakhouse


Steps away from Penn Station, Nick + Stef’s offers superb dry-aged cuts of beef, signature sides, and traditional steakhouse specialties.

Seafood paella served at La Fonda del Sol in NYC
La Fonda del Sol

Lunch & Dinner

Indulge in vibrant Spanish cuisine and an expansive selection of tapas at La Fonda del Sol. Signature items include Blistered Shishito Peppers, Patatas Bravas, and Ensalada del Sol.

Filet mignon served at Cafe Centro in NYC
Café Centro


Inside the landmark MetLife Building lies this Parisian brasserie offering a menu of French favorites with a Mediterranean twist. The best-kept secret in Midtown!

Fried chicken served at Yellow Magnolia Cafe located inside Brooklyn Botanic Garden
Yellow Magnolia Café


Yellow Magnolia Café offers modern, vegetable-focused cuisine in a one-of-a-kind setting nestled within Brooklyn Botanic Garden’s iconic landscape.