Hungry for a meal fit for royalty? Or...someone outside the college budget? Here's your chance to indulge without burning through your ramen noodle allowance for the month. Restaurant Week is officially upon us, so be sure to partake in this NYC tradition that will most definitely satisfy the foodie in you. For $25, you can get a three-course lunch meal or for $38, a three-course dinner.
Those numbers might still be a little out of your comfort zone, but it can be well worth the experience when you check out the restaurants that participate during Restaurant Week. Make your reservations now for February 17 through March 7, you deserve it! :)
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"The first Restaurant Week was thought up by Tim Zagat and Joe Baum. Tim Zagat is the founder of Zagat Survey which covers restaurant guides in cities all over the world. The late Joe Baum was a top restaurateur, creating such famous dining rooms as Windows on the World and the Rainbow Room. The pair planned the first Restaurant Week to coincide with the Democratic Convention. The week long event was such a success it has grown to encompass four weeks in New York City, instead of one week. The concept has also spread across the country to cities and states, who participate in their own version." -Lorie Mealey, About.com