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NYC Restaurant Week 2019: David Burke, Brooklyn Chop House and more Manhattan menus

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The nearly three-week-long promotion featuring two-course lunches ($26) and three-course dinners ($42) at some of the city's best restaurants is back for its winter edition starting Jan. 21. This time around, the celebration features prix-fixe meals at about 370 eateries, from steak at Brooklyn Chop House, butter chicken at BaarBaar and shrimp dumplings at DaDong. The dining deals last through Feb. 8.

Some restaurants don't offer their prix-fixe menus on Saturdays and Sundays, so check before you go.

You can find links to menus and the restaurants involved here, but check out our picks for some of the most enticing deals below.

Upscale Mexican fare at Dos Caminos

Go for something with a little more spice
Photo Credit: Dos Caminos

Go for something with a little more spice at Dos Caminos. Its five locations will feature three-course menus for both lunch and dinner. For lunch, expect entrees like sopa de tortilla, empanadas de platana, and mushroom tacos and for dinner, choose from dishes such as Yucatan pork shank, mole short rubs and more. (Meatpacking, SoHo, Times Square, Park Avenue and Third Avenue,  doscaminos.com)

Japanese with a twist at MIFUNE

MIFUNE New York is serving up progressive Japanese
Photo Credit: MIFUNE New York

MIFUNE New York is serving up progressive Japanese dishes by head chef Yuu Shimano for lunch and dinner, including cauliflower potage soup with bacon espuma and Rohan duck leg Parmentier (pictured), stewed beef curry, vegetable futomaki sushi roll and braised Berkshire pork belly and more. (245 E. 44th St., 212-986-2800, mifune-restaurant.com)

Spicy goodness at TAO Downtown

Head to TAO Downtown for a three-course dinner
Photo Credit: Lily Hope Wokin

Head to TAO Downtown for a three-course dinner with appetizers like hot and sour soup, spicy tuna on crispy rice (pictured) and entrees such as chicken or shrimp pad thai, Thai barbecue chicken and Mongolian beef. Choose from a chocolate molten cake, banana pudding parfait or fresh fruit and sorbet for dessert. (92 Ninth Ave., 212-888-2724, taodowntown.com)

Greek specialties at Ousia

Ousia is offering healthy Mediterranean dishes by chef
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Ousia is offering healthy Mediterranean dishes by chef Vasiliki Vourliotaki including veggie flatbread, shrimp fricassee, eggplant haloumi roulade, pork souvlaki, and more on both of its lunch and dinner menus. (629 W. 57th St., 212-333-2000, ousianyc.com

Italian flavors at 10 Corso Como Restaurant & Cafe

Executive chef Jordan Frosolone presents authentic dishes for
Photo Credit: Teddy Wolff

Executive chef Jordan Frosolone presents authentic dishes for Restaurant Week, including vitello tonnato, crostino di polpettine, gnocchi burro e salvia, rigatoni cacio e pepe, risotto corso como, and much more. (200 Front St., 212-265-9500, 10corsocomo.nyc)

New American at Kingside

Kingside is offering a three-course dinner with dishes
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Kingside is offering a three-course dinner with dishes like sunchoke bisque, a sushi platter, braised short rib and an Anjou pear and almond tart. (124 W. 57th St., 212-707-8000, kingside-restaurant.com)

Italian favorites at Lavo

Lavo is offering lunch and dinner with favorite
Photo Credit: Lavo

Lavo is offering lunch and dinner with favorite Italian dishes like buffalo mozzarella arancini and tuna tartare to start and chicken marsala and a truffle cacio e pepe pizza for the entree. Nutella budino and New York cheesecake are on the dessert menus, too. (39 E. 58th St., 212-750-5588, lavony.com)

Fresh American at The Wayfarer

The Wayfarer is offering three-course lunch and dinner
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The Wayfarer is offering three-course lunch and dinner menus that include butternut squash vegetable risotto topped with charred kale and aged Parmesan, citrus-glazed salmon with a side of charred carrots, quinoa, with a miso-mustard vinaigrette, roasted beet tartar complete with goat cheese, almonds, fennel and citrus and ricotta creme brulee with candied citrus. (101 W. 57th St., 212-691-0030, thewayfarernyc.com)

Cuisine of 3 Italian regions at The Leopard at des Artistes

For each week during Restaurant Week, sample a
Photo Credit: The Leopard at des Artistes

For each week during Restaurant Week, sample a taste of the cuisines from Veneto, Tuscany and Campania.
For the first week (Jan. 21-26), guests will enjoy a choice of Venetian favorites such as Ravioli di Magro, ravioli filled with beets and Montasio cheese and classic tiramisu or frittelle Venete alla crema for dessert.
The second week (Jan. 27-Feb. 2): The Tuscan menu offers pappa al pomodoro, a traditional Tuscan tomato soup; Homemade pappardelle with rabbit ragout; or cacciucco, a Tuscan seafood stew. For dessert: zuccotto of ricotta or traditional bomboloni.
The third week (Feb. 3-8): Choose dishes such as polpo alla Luciana, octopus stew; buffalo mozzarella in Carrozza; veal and pork meatballs; and paccheri Genovese pasta. For dessert, try pastiera or rum-soaked baba.
A $26 prix fixe Brunch menu will be offered on Saturday and Sunday and will feature live jazz. (1 W. 67th St., 212-787-8767, theleopardnyc.com)

Artisanal Indian at Rahi

Rahi is serving a three-course prix-fixe dinner during
Photo Credit: Rahi

Rahi is serving a three-course prix-fixe dinner during Restaurant Week as well as a three-course prix-fixe lunch menu on the weekends. Each guest gets free amuse bouche and can choose from starters like Taza chana Tikki and chili ink crab; entrées such as spaghetti squash kofta and banana leaf chicken (pictured); and desserts like Shahi Tukra and Mishti Doi. (60 Greenwich Ave., 212-373-8900, www.rahinyc.com)

Seasonal American and European flavors at Temple Court

Tom Colicchio's downtown restaurant Temple Court will serve
Photo Credit: Temple Court

Tom Colicchio's downtown restaurant Temple Court will serve up seasonal cuisine for lunch and dinner. For lunch, guests can choose from squash bisque, steak tartare, crispy duck confit, chopped steak or Provençale seafood stew; and for dinner, entrees include burrata (pictured), foie torchon, gnudi, braised lamb shoulder; and dessert is either gateau basque or a baked Alaska. (5 Beekman St., 212-658-1848,  templecourtnyc.com)

Scarpetta's spaghetti with tomato and basil

LDV Hospitality's Scarpetta is offering brunch, lunch (both
Photo Credit: LDV Hospitality

LDV Hospitality's Scarpetta is offering brunch, lunch (both $26) and dinner during Restaurant Week. For brunch on Sundays only, choose from starters like organic Greek yogurt with berries and avocado toast; dine on its beloved spaghetti with tomato and basil or almond French toast; and finish with biscotti. Lunch, served Mondays through Fridays, includes some of the same dishes plus others like creamy polenta and raw yellowtail to start; and branzino and roasted chicken for a second course. The dinner menu includes those and other dishes like a cauliflower Romanesco appetizer and more dessert options like olive oil cake, coconut pannacotta and Valrhona chocolate cake. (88 Madison Ave., 212-691-0555,  scarpettarestaurants.com/nyc)

American Cut

American Cut Steakhouse is offering a prix-fixe dinner
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American Cut Steakhouse is offering a prix-fixe dinner menu with entrees like baked potato ravioli with bacon and crème Fraîche, pastrami-spiced salmon with rye berries and caraway-mint yogurt, and a mini cracker jack sundae with caramel popcorn, peanut brittle and popcorn ice cream. (109 E. 56th St., 212-388-5277, and 363 Greenwich St., 212-226-4736,  americancutsteakhouse.com)

Chops at Ben & Jack's Steakhouse

Ben & Jack's Steakhouse is open for lunch
Photo Credit: Atsushi Tomioka

Ben & Jack's Steakhouse is open for lunch and dinner during Restaurant Week with mouth-watering dishes like filet mignon, sirloin steak, Norwegian salmon and more. Dessert (chocolate mousse cake, New York Style cheesecake, key lime pie and ice cream) is an additional $5 for lunch and included in the dinner meal. You can add on a bottle of wine for $45 more. (219 E. 44th St., 212-682-5678,  benandjackssteakhouse.com)

Upscale Mexican at Bodega Negra

Stop by this eatery inside a tequila warehouse
Photo Credit: Courtesy of Bodega Negra at Dream Downtown

Stop by this eatery inside a tequila warehouse for dinner and pick from dishes like tacos, empanadas or ceviche to start; seared cod, Amish chicken, grilled New York strip or enchiladas for your second course; and a sweet to finish with like flan, tres leches or churro bites. (355 W. 16th St., 212-229-2336,  bodeganegranyc.com)

Legasea

This midtown seafood spot is offering a variety
Photo Credit: TAO Group / Justin Levy

This midtown seafood spot is offering a variety for Restaurant Week. A two-course lunch menu includes an appetizer like candy-striped beets or Manhattan clam chowder, and entrees such as flounder Francaise, cauliflower carbonara and crispy chicken sandwich. Dinner offers three courses: from spicy crab beignet (pictured) to whipped ricotta dip and more; wild branzino, grilled skirt steak, flounder or carbonara as your entree; and apple cider donuts or chocolate caramel cake for dessert. (485 Seventh Ave., 212-268-1888, moxy-hotels.marriott.com)

Mediterranean a la Daniel Boulud at Boulud Sud

This Upper West Side Mediterranean spot is offering
Photo Credit: Boulud Sud

This Upper West Side Mediterranean spot is offering a two-course lunch (with dessert for an extra $6) and a three-course dinner by executive chef Ulises Olmos with signature dishes including Italian chicory salad, lemon saffron linguini, Moroccan braised lamb shoulder and more. (20 W. 64th St., 212-595-1313, bouludsud.com)

Seasonal Indian cuisine at Junoon

If you're in NoMad, head over to Michelin-starred
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If you're in NoMad, head over to Michelin-starred Junoon for a two-course lunch or three-course dinner by executive chef Akashay Bhardwaj with dishes such as eggplant chaat, ghost chili murgh tikka and Malabar shrimp. (27 W. 24th St., 212-490-2100, junoonnyc.com)

French dining at Bar Boulud

French-inspired bistro Bar Boulud, is offering a two-course
Photo Credit: Bar Boulud

French-inspired bistro Bar Boulud, is offering a two-course lunch and three-course dinner by executive chef Dieter Samijn with dishes such as pate du jour made with seasonal pate and an herb salad, the pork belly Frenchie burger, the gateau Marjolaine for dessert and more. (1900 Broadway, 212-595-0303,  barboulud.com)

Atlantic Grill

As an Upper West Side seafood staple, Atlantic
Photo Credit: Atlantic Grill

As an Upper West Side seafood staple, Atlantic Grill is offering a two-course lunch with dishes like its winter squash soup and honey sesame Faroe island salmon and a three-course dinner with highlights such as shrimp and salmon maki and beef bourguignon with creamy polenta and a decadent Valrhona Milk chocolate mousse for dessert. (49 W. 64th St., 212-787-4663,  atlanticgrill.com)

Eastern European favorites at The Russian Tea Room

From Tea Room red borscht to goat cheese
Photo Credit: The Russian Tea Room

From Tea Room red borscht to goat cheese and wild mushroom blinchik or boeuf a la stroganoff, this New York City mainstay is offering its best in a two-course lunch and three-course dinner menus. (150 W. 57th St., 212-581-7100, russiantearoomnyc.com)

Classic eats at Strip House

Both locations of Strip House are marking Restaurant
Photo Credit: Noah Fecks

Both locations of Strip House are marking Restaurant Week with a three-course dinner menu with entrees like a dry-aged 8-ounce New York strip, braised short rib gnocchi and bronzini, and a two-course lunch menu featuring salmon carpaccio, New York strip, a wagyu burger and more. (13 E. 12th St., 212-328-0000; 11 E. 12th St., 212-838-9197;  striphouse.com)

Seafood with a modern twist at Blue Fin

This Times Square seafood spot has something for
Photo Credit: Blue Fin

This Times Square seafood spot has something for everyone -- pasta, seafood and meat. Its two-course lunch and three-course dinner feature dishes such as slow-braised pork belly bao buns, surf and turf with roasted hanger steak and seared shrimp, rigatoni and braised short ribs, and carrot cake cheesecake for dessert. (1567 Broadway, 212-918-1400; bluefinnyc.com)

Fish faves at The Flying Fisherman

Seafood gastropub The Flying Fisherman has a prix-fixe
Photo Credit: The Flying Fisherman

Seafood gastropub The Flying Fisherman has a prix-fixe menu for just $19 per person with entrees such as market salad, the Flying fFsherman burger, the Montauk fluke sandwich and Calendar iIland mussels. The meal is served with a choice of bisque, salad or fries and a dessert (homemade cake or pie) from Good Enough to Eat. (269 Columbus Ave., 646-870-0810,  theflyingfishermannyc.com)

Peruvian and Japanese at Sen Sakana

For $35 per person, this two-course prix-fixe lunch
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For $35 per person, this two-course prix-fixe lunch menu includes a choice of soup (pork belly miso soup or chicken soup), a salad and house-crafted tofu to start and entrees like chicken Nanban, quinoa chaufa, seafood yakisoba for the main. (28 W. 44th St., 212-221-9560; sensakana.com)

Greek delicacies at Merakia

Greek steakhouse Merakia is offering a three-course prix-fixe
Photo Credit: Merakia

Greek steakhouse Merakia is offering a three-course prix-fixe menu with dishes like Katerina's keftedes, grilled branzino, vegetable moussaka (pictured), baklava and more. (5 W, 21st St., 212-380-1950,  merakia.com)

Dim sum and more at Brooklyn Chop House

This steakhouse with Chinese dumplings and entrees is
Photo Credit: Brooklyn Chop House

This steakhouse with Chinese dumplings and entrees is serving both lunch and dinner prix-fixe menus with three courses each. Choose from lunch dishes like French onion soup, chicken satays, a burger, sweet black bean Beijing chicken, crispy salt and a pepper seabass bao bun sandwich; and dinner plates like pastrami dumplings, green shrimp, Kung Pao chicken and a 12-ounce New York strip steak; and desserts like homemade rum cake and rice pudding at dinner or ice cream for lunch. The lunch menu gives you an option to add a martini for a total meal price of $34.95. (150 Nassau St., 212-619-1200,  brooklynchophouse.com)

Indian eats at BaarBaar

BaarBaar, the Indian gastro bar in the East
Photo Credit: Liz Clayman

BaarBaar, the Indian gastro bar in the East Village, is offering dinner dishes like lamb keema Hyderabadi, traditional butter chicken, Dahi puri, paneer chili, tuna bhel, papad Thali and beef short rib curry (pictured). (13 E. 1st St., 212-228-1200,  baarbaarnyc.com)

A Latin-Asian twist at Zengo

The Latin-Asian cuisine of Chef Richard Sandoval --
Photo Credit: Richard Sandoval Hospitality

The Latin-Asian cuisine of Chef Richard Sandoval -- from veggie udon noodles to goreng empanada and crispy fish tacos and more -- will be available on a two-course lunch menu and a three-course dinner menu during Restaurant Week (622 3rd Ave., 212-808-8110, eatzengo.com)
 

Fine Chinese dining at DaDong

This upscale Chinese eatery offers a two-course prix-fixe
Photo Credit: DaDong

This upscale Chinese eatery offers a two-course prix-fixe lunch menu and three courses for dinner with dishes like pork and shrimp dumplings (pictured), squid ink soup, slow-cooked lobster with saffron rice and more. There will also be additional discounts like a roast duck for $88 and $48 for half. You can pair your lunch or dinner with wine for an additional $16 and $22, respectively. (3 Bryant Park, NYC, 212-355-9600,  dadongny.com)

Modern American at David Burke Tavern

Whether you stop by DBT for a two-course
Photo Credit: Front of House LLC

Whether you stop by DBT for a two-course lunch or three-course dinner, you'll be privy to dishes like pretzel-crusted crab cake, pastrami salmon falafel, ginger salmon, roasted scallops and octopus and much more. Let us not forget the dessert options at dinner -- an apple tart, pumpkin pie creme brulee, a cheesecake lollipop tree and chocolate hazelnut crunch cake. (135 E. 62nd St., 212-988-9021, davidburketavern.com)

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