Here are 35 tasty reasons for hotel enthusiasts to stay put in New York City during the long, hot summer (or at least, for the next three weeks).
NYC Restaurant Week is upon us once again. From July 21 through August 15, 318 restaurants throughout Manhattan will serve up three-course lunches for $25 and dinners for $38. This summer, 35 of them are at hotels – more than ever before, or at least during the four years Overnight New York has tallied the troops. Read more
Twice a year Restaurant Week muscles onto our dining radar with its vaunted three course fixed price lunches and dinners. Now in its 20th year, the twice-yearly promotion timed to boost business during winter and summer slow spells attracts more than 300 restaurants including more than 30 in hotels. This year’s first promotion, with $24.07 lunches and $35 dinners on weekdays, ends this Friday, February 10. Read more
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