French Restaurant Week 2017 Begins July 3rd in NYC

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Prepare for your taste buds to be tantalized! From Monday, July 3, to Sunday, July 16, French Restaurant Week is at your service, and just in time for Le 14 julliet (Bastille Day). For two weeks, French gastronomie foodies, critics, nostalgics, newbies, converted-skeptics, and everyone in between will be able to take advantage of prix fixe menus at 42 restaurants in the Big Apple.

Like last year, three prix fixe menus are available: one for $17.89 (not to be confused with 1789, the year of the French revolution), a second for $38, and an third very top-service option, for $178.90. The prix fixe menus offered and hours of availability (lunch or dinner) vary from restaurant to restaurant.

Organized in partnership with OpenTable, French Restaurant Week has already begun accepting reservations of the table-booking platform.

Complete List of Participating Restaurants (see French Restaurant Week site for which meals and prix fixes each restaurant offers)

Le Fat PoodlePetit PouletLa Sirene, Triomphe, Gaby Brasserie FrançaiseLe Cirque, Brasserie 8½, Café Centro, Ai Fiori, KingsleyDominique BistroBistro CassisOrsay Restaurant, JubileeVaucluseBistro Le Steak, La Ripaille, Fig & Olive, L’Express, Cacao Bar at MarieBelle, Bar OmarBistro VendomeMaison Harlem, Match 65 Brasserie, Le RivageAOC l’aile ou la CuisseLe Bateau IvreMadison Bistro, Cafe Paulette, Cafe du Soleil, Gentleman Farmer, Perrine, La Gammelle, Casimir & Co, Le DistrictMaison Hugo, Brasserie Séoul, Boucherie, Les Halles, AOC East, Le Penguin in Westport, CT, and Le Penguin à Greenwich, CT.

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