Sunday Supper Deals

Here’s the counterpoint to the Summer Sale Report: restaurants that have special deals on Sundays. These aren’t just a way to fill tables on otherwise slow nights. They’re like rewards for locals, because outsiders are less likely to travel beyond their neighborhood than on other nights. So go reap your rewards! (P.S. If you have a restaurant that has a Sunday deal, email me at and I’ll add it.)

All day Sunday: Burger (black bean or eight-ounce beef burger), choice of fries, and a special pint for $10. Every Sunday after 6 p.m.: Kids 10 and under eat free off the kids’ menu (one kids’ menu item per each adult entrée ordered).

The Harrison
Sunday Meat on a Stick, a family-style Sunday special, brings a mix-and-match and seasonally changing menu ($9-$12) of kebabs, with options including bacon-wrapped chicken hearts and lamb kefte, served with house-made sauces like harissa and salads such as a refreshing tomato-cucumber. Available from 5-10 p.m.

North End Grill
Sunday Supper is a family-style dinner offered to parties of two or more. It is $38 per person, an additional $18 for wine pairings, and $19 for kids under 10, and it is offered in addition to our daily à la carte menu. The menu changes weekly. An example of a recent menu: Marinated and pickled vegetables, sliced speck and grilled bread; gnocchi with English peas, ramps, and bacon; grilled sea bream with charred Brussels sprouts and roasted potatoes and onion; and pistachio panna cotta with rhubarb sorbet and a lace tuile.

Fika Tribeca
From 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. on Sundays, Fika Tribeca serves a traditional Swedish smorgasbord platter containing Swedish meatballs, egg halves with herring roe, smoked salmon, Swedish-style cured salmon (gravlax) with dill and mustard sauce, shrimp salad mix (skagen mix), and dill boiled new potatoes. Served with one of Sweden’s finest beers, Nils Oscar, for $21.

Terroir Tribeca
Meatball Sundays provide a dinner for two for $35 and include Marco Canora’s signature veal and ricotta meatballs (sub shown at right not included), a market salad, fett’unta bruschetta, olive oil cake, and a half flask of red wine.

Macao Trading Co.
The Sunday barbecue plate special ($20) changes weekly, and it usually sells out pretty quickly so go before 8 p.m. if your heart is set on it.

Blaue Gans
Blaue Gans celebrates Sundays with a half-dozen oysters and a glass of Champagne for $29. Available 2-10 p.m.

UPDATE: Scott points out that I missed Max. “One of my favorite little spots in Tribeca, Max, has a great early Sunday dinner (pretty sure it is 7 days a week, actually). My fiancé and I are far from seniors, but this ‘senior special’ is a great one for a late lunch/early dinner at just $24 for the prix fixe from 4-6pm.”

The Hideaway
Sunday (and Monday) is Blue Crab Night: Large Maryland Blue Crabs (three for $26, six for $52, or 12 for $102) or Jumbo ones (three for $36, six for $70, or 12 for $138), all freshly flown in that day.


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