Happy 2024 Restaurant Week!

I love getting my annual reminder note from Tracy Nieporent of Tribeca Grill, Nobu and beyond — because he never fails to be personal and thoughtful and complimentary. (He also sends a holiday email that is even more detailed.) The personal note, digital or otherwise, is a lost art. And that is my rant of the day!

Restaurant Week, which for years was run by Tracy (he is now chair emeritus) starts Tuesday, Jan. 16, and runs through Sunday, Feb. 4 Search here for the rundown.

Restaurants are offering two-course lunches or three-course dinners for $30/$45/$60. Check the listings, though, because price options, meal offerings, menus and participation dates vary by restaurant. This year there are over 600 participating restaurants across all five boroughs in 82 different neighborhoods serving 58 different cuisines.

Here’s the local list:


American Cut Steakhouse, Buddha-Bar New York, City Vineyard, Frenchette, Goa New York, Gran Morsi, Khe-Yo, Sarabeth’s Tribeca, Smyth Tavern, Tamarind Tribeca, Thalassa, and of course Tribeca Grill, which was an original going back to 1992.

Brooklyn Chop House, Clinton Hall, Delmonico’s, La Marchande, Manhatta, Le Gratin, Mezze on the River, Morton’s The Steakhouse-World Trade Center, One Dine, Restaurant Pearl, Schilling, Selene Mediterranean, Stout NYC, Suteishi, Temple Court by Tom Colicchio, and at Eataly: Vino &…, La Pizza & La Pasta

Barbalu, Carne Mare, Malibu Farm, The Fulton, Industry Kitchen, and in the Tin Building: abcV, T. Brasserie, Seeds & Weeds, The House of the Red Pearl, Frenchman’s Dough, Fulton Fish Co.

Anassa Taverna, Atrio Wine Bar & Restaurant, Blue Smoke, Del Frisco’s Grille, El Vez and Treadwell Park.


1 Comment

  1. Barbalu Bklyn is participating and it’s located at 68 Bergen Street, Brooklyn, NY. 11201
    Barbalu Manhattan closed and we’re now at the above location.