The beloved, annual celebration of the City’s restaurants has returned! Restaurant Week is here, and it’s the 30th anniversary, so it will run for 30 days! Starting Monday, July 18th through Sunday, August 21st, you’ll be able to dine at the many of the City’s most iconic and beloved restaurants with a special prix-fixe menu and a lower price. Stop by for two course lunches and three course dinners, priced at $30, $45, or $60 depending on the venue. Even better, pay with MasterCard and get $10 cash back for eating out! Reservations are now open, so make sure to plan out your eating schedule for the next few weeks.

We’ve broken down NoHo’s participants in this year’s Restaurant Week, including what meals are being offered, what times, and other key points.

  • Bar Primi: This neighborhood pasta joint, located at the crux of the East Village and NoHo is offering a three course lunch for $30, alongside a $60 dinner every weekday. The menu focuses on their signature, house made pasta dishes that are perfect for sunny days on their patio. Check out the menu here.
  • Fish Cheeks: This Thai hotspot recently expanded their restaurant size, so we recommend celebrating that success with a visit for a $45 lunch or $60 dinner every Monday – Friday during the program! With vegetarian options served alongside their fan-favorite seafood dishes, this spot is a fantastic crowd pleaser. Learn more here.
  • Lafayette: Noho’s buzzy French bistro is offering a $45 lunch and $60 dinner every Monday through Friday, that features seasonal dishes, fresh produce, and their signature French cuisine that’s absolutely perfect for dining in their iconic outdoor setup. See the menu here.
  • The Library at the Public: After an extended COVID closure, this American-inspired supper club and bar has returned! If you’ve never been in this intimate space, this is the perfect chance to scope it out. Stop by this Restaurant Week and welcome them back to the neighborhood while enjoying a three course dinner for just $45 on weekdays. Book a table here.
  • Sushi on Jones: This affordable omakase is offering a unique, $45 lunch offering featuring a 6 course omakase served alongside a main dish hand roll and miso soup. With warm summer weather, there’s never been a better time to try NYC’s first al fresco omakase. Check it out here.