Calling out all my New York eaters, please ignore this frigid winter for a few weeks because NYC Restaurant Week 2015 has arrived. And there is no better time, freezing or not, to get out and dine at the finest establishments in this city for a great deal. Though we like calling every week Restaurant Week, here at Eat Up New York, we’re especially excited to see some of our favorites places on this year’s list.

From February 16th through March 6th, you can make a reservation and enjoy a pre-fixe menu with an appetizer, entrée and dessert. Lunch will cost you $25, and dinner $38. Here are a few that stick out to us that you can still get a table at!

Here’s what I’m ordering this NYC Restaurant Week:

The Mercer Kitchen

App- Butternut squash soup with black trumpet mushrooms

Entrée- The Mercer Burger with pepper jack, avocado, crunchy red onions, Russian dressing and French fries

Dessert- Sour Cream babka, coffee ice cream, caramelized bananas

Check out NYC Restaurant Week options at The Mercer Kitchen Website


 

Isabella’s

App- Warm Winter Panzanella with Brussels sprouts, squash, hazelnuts, cranberries, sourdough, balsamic

Entrée- oven roasted artic char with faro cauliflower, citrus beurre blanc

Dessert- lemon tart with buttermilk genoise and meyer lemon mousse

Check out options on Isabella’s Website

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The Gander

App- Parsnip soup, pickled parsnip and chips!

Entrée- Beluga Lentil “risotto”, snap peas, mushroom and parmesa

Dessert- black and white chocolate mousse, almond, anise, citrus

Check out NYC Restaurant Week options on The Gander website

 


 

Narcissa – My NYC Restaurant Week Picks

App- Rotisserie crisped beets with bulgur salad, apples, creamed horseradish

Entrée- Seared brook trout with French curry broth, lentils, toasted almonds

Dessert- Yogurt Rose Panacotta with fresh citrus salad, frozen blood orange carpaccio

The Cecil- Ethnic cravings satisfied through this African hot spot

App- Collard Greens Salad

Entrée- Tofu Wok Bowl

Dessert- Bahibe Crema

Check out the Narcissa website

 

With over 340 restaurants to choose from, it was definitely hard to narrow it down to a few for NYC Restaurant Week. Follow this link for the entire list and to make your reservation ASAP. The site nicely breaks it down by cuisine, area, and meal choice

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As a former athlete with an intense competitive nature I like to challenge my cooking skills with new recipes and unfamiliar ingredients. I source local and organic ingredients as much as possible. I’m on a mission to conquer the kitchen