New York Restaurant Week

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This month from January 21 through February 8, New York Restaurant Week returns for its winter installment! During the event, patrons can enjoy a two-course lunch for $26, or a 3-course dinner for $42. Check out the restaurants below that are located near The Octagon and are participating in Restaurant Week.

Felice 83- Offering lunch and dinner prix-fixe specials during NYC Restaurant Week, Felice 83 offers contemporary Italian-American cuisine with a particular focus on foods from the Tuscan region of Italy. Regarded for it’s rustic, authentic feel, Felice offers an extensive wine selection as well as a number of memorable dishes. Frequent patrons love the Polpettine (fried veal and lemon zest meatballs), homemade Gnocchi di Patate, Chicken Milanese, and grandma’s Tiramisu for dessert.

Le Colonial – Take a step back in time to the world of French Indochina when you dine at Le Colonial this Restaurant Week. Offering a unique dining experience, Le Colonial fuses Southeast Asian cuisine with French influences. Start of your meal with a choice of classic Pho, crispy Spring Rolls, or the Lotus Salad, with lotus root and tofu. Next, enjoy lemongrass chicken, pan-seared cod, or seafood stir-fry for your entrée, followed by coconut tapioca pudding or profiteroles for dessert.

Altesi Ristorante – If you’re craving a delicious bowl of pasta for Restaurant Week, Altesi Ristorante is your destination! Located at 64th Street and Madison near Central Park, the restaurant offers a rather extensive menu for restaurant week. Start your meal off with a choice of insalata di mare, polpette (veal meatballs), beet salad or beef carpaccio. Next up for your entrée, choose from the classic lasagna, Ossobucco, or grilled Atlantic salmon. Finish off your meal with Panna Cotta or Tiramisu.

 

Felice 83

1593 1st Avenue New York, NY 10028

(212) 249-4080

 

Le Colonial

149 E 57th St, New York, NY 10022

(212_ 752-0808

 

Altesi Ristorante

26 E 64th Street New York, NY 10065

(212) 759-8900

 

 

 

 

 

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