Calling all foodies and Francophiles — the 9th edition of French Restaurant Week returns to New York this summer. From July 8 to July 21, take advantage of the prix-fixe fare at the 20 participating restaurants bringing a taste of France to the Big Apple. Get escargots at the new restaurant CoCo, tuna tartare at Brasserie 8 1/2, and cheese and charcuterie at Bistro Leo.
Like last year, four prix-fixe menus are available: one for $17.89 (bar option, with a drink and appetizer), a second for $25, (a lunch option, with two courses and drink, or three courses) a third for $42, (dinner option, with two courses and a glass of wine, or three courses) and a fourth for $178.90 (dinner menu for two, with a bottle of wine) in honor of the French Revolution (1789). 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 via the table-booking platform.
The complete list of participating restaurants in New York:
Le Bateau Ivre, Excuse My French, Lena, AOC East, Jubilee, Perrine, Boucherie (West Village), Boucherie (Union Square), Fig & Olive, Bistro Vendome, La Sirene (Upper West Side), Café Centro, Brasserie 8½, Maison Harlem, Deux Amis, AOC l’aile ou la Cuisse, Bistrot Leo, Petite Boucherie (West Village), St. Tropez Wine Bar, CoCo
See French Restaurant Week site for which meals and prix-fixes each restaurant offers.