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Restaurant week

The $21 and $39 meals include an entree and at least one side. And here's a side of history: NYC Restaurant Week began in 1992 as a way for the city to promote restaurants during the 1992 Democratic National Convention.
Fine dining Italian in Williamsburg, a pan-Mediterranean feast on City Island, upscale Korean in a penthouse, and other ways to maximize your dining dollars.
Nearly 400 NYC restaurants are offering some kind of dining deal. It's a dizzying list even for someone who writes professionally about this kind of thing.
It's so much longer than a week, too.
Thirty-nine restaurants all over the borough are offering reasonably-priced lunches and dinners in honor of Italian American Heritage Month and Columbus Day.
The bi-annual, budget-friendly event runs July 22nd through August 16th.
Nineteen restaurants in Manhattan's Chinatown will offer lunch and dinner pre fixe meals for $20.13.
Dine In Brooklyn returns next week, and its bringing specials at over 200 restaurants with it.
Restaurant Week, which officially runs for over three weeks and then invariably gets extended for another few weeks, is upon us.
Summer Restaurant Week is over and for once it is staying over. Say hello to NYC Go Prix Fixe!
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Praise be, it's back.
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