Start making your Restaurant Week reservations.

It's time again for that nearly month-long promotion featuring three-course lunches ($29) and three-course dinners ($42) at some of the city's best restaurants -- 390 of them, to be exact -- spanning 34 types of cuisines and 42 neighborhoods, according to NYC & Co., New York's tourism marketing arm. Dining deals launch on July 24 and last through Aug. 18.

As usual, restaurants aren't offering their prix fixe menus on Saturdays, and some choose not to participate on Sundays, either. You can find links to menus and the restaurants involved here, but check out our picks for some of the most enticing deals below.

Tuscan-American eats at Hearth 

This upscale Tuscan-American restaurant in the East Village is
This upscale Tuscan-American restaurant in the East Village is offering a three-course dinner special -- think starters like marinated calamari, ricotta meatballs as a main course option, and a coconut cake with strawberries for dessert. The summer menu also includes a $24 wine pairing that features Rose, Moscato and Cabernet options.  403 E. 12th St. at First Avenue, restauranthearth.com (Credit: Hearth)

Indulge at The Gander

New to Flatiron, start off your three-course meal at this American
New to Flatiron, start off your three-course meal at this American restaurant with its Parker House Rolls with butter and sea salt. Then, dig into the salmon with coconut curry and kale for lunch. Pair your entree with one of more than 20 wines from the renowned wine list. 15 W. 18th St., thegandernyc.com (Credit: The Gander)

Modern Australian at Flinders Lane

Among the 32 restaurants new to NYC Restaurant
Among the 32 restaurants new to NYC Restaurant Week is Flinders Lane, which takes a contemporary approach to Australian cuisine. The offerings reflect a mix of influences, including Southeast Asian and British. For lunch, your mains include curry laksa (pictured) and pappardelle pasta with smoked ricotta, peas and mushrooms; dinnertime sees pan-roasted tile fish and a roasted half chicken. 162 Ave. A, East Village, flinderslane-nyc.com (Credit: Flinders Lane)

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Eclectic global eats (and brisket bao) at Vandal

On Vandal's Restaurant Week dinner menu, you can
On Vandal's Restaurant Week dinner menu, you can expect takes from chef Chris Santos -- of "Chopped!" fame -- on street food from around the world. Options this summer at the part-restaurant, part-lounge include an open-faced crispy bao stuffed with brisket; crunchy Asian slaw and sesame; "Old School Chicken Parm;" and churros with spicy chocolate.199 Bowery, Lower East Side, vandalnewyork.com (Credit: Vandal)

Pan-Asian fare at Tao Downtown

Eat dinner in the company of a larger-than-life
Eat dinner in the company of a larger-than-life statue of Quan Yin, the Goddess of Mercy, at this subterranean restaurant. Your choice of appetizers includes hot and sour soup and spicy tuna on crispy rice, and your choice of entrees includes a sushi platter (pictured) and shrimp pad thai. Try the matcha crème Brûlée for dessert. 92 Ninth Ave., Chelsea, taodowntown.com (Credit: Lily Hope Wokin)

American standards (and Lobster Newberg) at Delmonico's Restaurant

This old-school steakhouse, in business since 1837, is
This old-school steakhouse, in business since 1837, is giving you the opportunity to try its legendary dishes for lunch and dinner. Order the Lobster Newberg -- a lobster dish invented here and made with butter, cream, cognac, sherry, eggs, and cayenne pepper -- as an appetizer or entree, and it will cost you extra. For dessert, a $6 supplement gets you the Classic Baked Alaska, an impressive walnut cake topped with banana gelato and encased in a meringue igloo (pictured). Featured Restaurant Week wines are $38 a bottle, $11 a glass. 56 Beaver St., Financial District, delmonicosrestaurant.com (Credit: Paul Wagtouicz)

A classic steakhouse meal at Del Frisco's

For lunch at this three-story restaurant with views
For lunch at this three-story restaurant with views of Sixth Avenue and Rockefeller Center, consider the tomato and burrata to start, the eight-ounce filet mignon to continue and the warm banana bread pudding to finish with.1221 Sixth Ave., Midtown West, delfriscos.com (Credit: Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House New York)

Modern takes on classic Southern fare at Root & Bone

Top Chef alumni Jeff McInnis and Janine Booth's
Top Chef alumni Jeff McInnis and Janine Booth's East Village eatery is diving right into Restaurant Week, offering prix fixe meals for weekday lunches and dinners, and Sunday brunches and dinners. For dinner, make sure you order the signature fried chicken 'n' waffles, and enjoy all the shared plates for the table, including biscuits and macaroni 'n' cheese. For brunch, there's a crispy chicken 'n' waffles sandwich, with melted cheddar and pickled green tomatoes. (Pictured: drunken deviled eggs) 200 E. 3rd St., East Village, www.rootnbone.com

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Seasonal Italian fare (and creamy polenta) at Scarpetta

Try the creamy polenta, served with a fricassee
Try the creamy polenta, served with a fricassee of truffled mushrooms, when you head to Scarpetta, an Italian restaurant in the Meatpacking District known for its handmade pastas. The classic spaghetti with tomato and basil is an entree option, and for dessert, there's a coconut panna cota with caramelized pineapple and guava "soup" we've heard good things about. 355 W. 14th St., Meatpacking District, scarpettarestaurants.com (Credit: Scarpetta)

The house burger on challah at the Lambs Club

Chef Geoffrey Zakarian's clubhouse eatery around the corner
Chef Geoffrey Zakarian's clubhouse eatery around the corner from Times Square is offering its prix fixe lunch menu from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and its dinner menu from 5 to 11 p.m. in the restaurant's mezzanine bar. The menus are almost exactly the same, except the dinner lineup swaps out a quinoa and farro bowl (with red endive, roasted sunchoke and charred scallion vinaigrette) for Amish chicken accompanied by fingerling potatoes, baby corn and spiced cumin jus. Served alongside house-cut french fries, the Lambs Club burger we mentioned comes with sharp cheddar and shallots on challah bread. 132 West 44th St., Midtown West, thelambsclub.com (Credit: The Lambs Club)

Ethnic small plates at The Stanton Social

Another Santos production, Stanton Social hosts a multi-ethnic
Another Santos production, Stanton Social hosts a multi-ethnic share plate menu in a three-level space that's both restaurant and lounge. For a weekday or Sunday dinner here, try potato and goat cheese pierogies with truffle-infused crème fraîche, a flatbread BLT (lamb bacon, za'atar spiced labneh cheese and pickled tomato on housemade naan bread), and oreo cake pops. 99 Stanton St., Lower East Side, stantonsocial.com (Credit: Stanton Social)

International small plates (under a giant chandelier) at Beauty & Essex

Walk through a functioning pawn shop to enter
Walk through a functioning pawn shop to enter this speakeasy, where a two-story crystal chandelier will wow you in-between Restaurant Week courses. The dinner menu here includes: chile relleno empanadas; spaghettini with zucchini, lemon, parsley pesto, parmigiano and a sunny-side-up egg; and a dark chocolate peanut butter mousse. 146 Essex St., Lower East Side, beautyandessex.com (Credit: Beauty & Essex)

French brasserie classics at Vaucluse

This stylish brasserie's Restaurant Week menu for lunch
This stylish brasserie's Restaurant Week menu for lunch and dinner features appetizers like grilled leeks with toasted almonds and mustard seed vinaigrette, entrées like a stuffed veal breast with swiss chard, escarole and gnocchi, and desserts like milk chocolate mousse with lavender ice cream. 100 E. 63rd St., Upper East Side, vauclusenyc.com (Credit: Vaucluse)

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East-meets-West dining at Morimoto NY

Head to Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto's eponymous restaurant
Head to Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto's eponymous restaurant to snag a great lunch deal: Each meal comes with miso soup, suribachi sesame mixed green salad and cucumber pickles. Entrées on the menu include a sushi combo, a veggie bibimbap prepared tableside and the Morimoto dry-aged burger with miso Russian dressing, sake kasu soba ale cheese and soy-ginger shiitakes on a homemade nori bun, pictured. The eatery's drink specials are made with ingredients such as lychee and matcha. 88 10th Ave., Meatpacking District, morimotonyc.com (Credit: Paulo Salud Photography)

Pan-Italian cuisine for omnivores at Ristorante Morini

This neighborhood restaurant is sticking to lunch, serving
This neighborhood restaurant is sticking to lunch, serving up seasonal Italian dishes like grilled calamari with sweet corn and a coco bean panzanella (essentially, a bread salad); handmade rigatoni in a spring onion pesto with asparagus and tiger prawns, and tiramisu. Pescatarians will find options here, but vegetarians should look elsewhere. 1167 Madison Ave., Upper East Side, ristorantemorini.com (Credit: Nicole Franzen)

Creative New American eats at Kingside

Dinner from Monday through Friday and on Sundays
Dinner from Monday through Friday and on Sundays at The Kingside -- chef Marc Murphy's take on New American cuisine, presented in a subway tile-line space on the first floor of Midtown's Viceroy hotel -- will feature three picks per course. Starters include cauliflower croquettes, entrées beer-battered haddock with green olive tartar sauce and a shaved fennel salad. For dessert, we're excited about the caramel pudding with chantilly cream and popcorn. 124 W. 57th St., Midtown, kingside-restaurant.com (Credit: Kingside)

Mediterranean-influenced New American classics at Irvington

For dinner, the upscale New American spot that
For dinner, the upscale New American spot that sources its ingredients from the nearby Union Square Greenmarket is offering a scallop crudo as a starter, a grass-fed rib eye steak with wild asparagus, potato purée and morel jus as an entrée and a blueberry peach pie with whipped mascarpone as a dessert. For lunch, the options are more casual: think deluxe burgers and pizza. 201 Park Ave S., Union Square, irvingtonnyc.com (Credit: Irvington)

Riviera-inspired fare (and truffle-infused risotto) at Ai Fiori

The Restaurant Week lunch menu at Michelin-starred Ai
The Restaurant Week lunch menu at Michelin-starred Ai Fiori, which Zagat praises as a "Michael White triumph" on the second floor of the Langham Place Fifth Avenue Hotel, showcases cooking from the Italian and French Riviera. There's chilled vidalia soup with croutons and crème fraîche to start, a salmon dish with spring vegetable caponata, zucchini purée and radish to continue, and panna cotta with mandarin orange, almond nougatine and citrus granite to wrap up your meal. 400 5th Ave #2, Midtown, aifiorinyc.com (Credit: Noah Fecks)

Seafood (in a former bank building) at Blue Water Grill

This seafood restaurant in the heart of Union
This seafood restaurant in the heart of Union Square has the same prix fixe menu for lunch and dinner, featuring items like spicy salmon maki with tempura bok choy, mussels with green chile broth and crispy hominy and chicken accompanied by grilled peach and arugula. Wrap things up with a slice of summer stone fruit upside down cake or triple chocolate cheesecake. 31 Union Square, bluewatergrillnyc.com (Credit: Blue Water Grill)

Seafood (and shrimp basil and mango sushi) at Blue Fin

Managed by the same restaurant empire as Blue
Managed by the same restaurant empire as Blue Water Grill, fish-focused Blue Fin is offering the same desserts, but different appetizers and entrées for lunch and dinner. For lunch, we're eying the slow-braised pork belly boa bun and cedar plank salmon with charred summer corn, grilled scallions and wheat berries. For dinner, the herb and mustard-crusted cod and the griller hanger steak with chimichurri sauce as calling our name.1567 Broadway, Times Square, bluefinnyc.com (Credit: Blue Fin )

American fare at a restored Central Park landmark, Tavern on the Green

This storied dining hub in Central Park's west
This storied dining hub in Central Park's west side is offering up a lunch menu with such appetizers as grilled summer squash flatbread (fontina cheese, green garlic pesto, sun-dried tomato), main courses for omnivores and vegetarians and desserts like strawberry cheesecake and carrot cake. Looking to pair each course with the restaurant's choice of red or white wine? That costs $20 extra.Tavern on the Green, Central Park West & 67th Street, tavernonthegreen.com (Credit: Getty Images / Spencer Platt)