'NYC Restaurant Week To Go' extended through Feb. 28
New York City Restaurant Week is celebrating its 29th year with NYC Restaurant Week To Go -- and it’s been extended until Feb. 28 for diners to enjoy.
NYC Restaurant Week To Go is being extended due to its resounding success, organizers say. Now New Yorkers can enjoy a lunch and/or dinner entree--with at least one side for the price of $20.21.
“Due to the high consumer demand for NYC Restaurant Week To Go, we have decided to extend the program for an additional four weeks so that even more restaurants citywide can feed New Yorkers hungry for good food and eager to support their neighborhood eateries. It is a true testament to the program’s success that New Yorkers continue to show support for their city and the restaurant sector, which has always been the backbone of the City’s economy,” said Fred Dixon, President and CEO of NYC & Company.
The initiative offers a way to support the dining community during a difficult time, especially with the coronavirus pandemic.
Restaurants in over 100 neighborhoods across the five boroughs are participating in the special dining program. Organizers say a record 570 eateries are taking part.