Take it from Nicole Kidman: This place is “lovely, delicious, healthy, fresh, [and] clean.” Cost: for a three-course lunch, Monday-Friday This Philly import -- known for its crusty, house-made bread and shareable, seasonable plates -- is the neighborhood restaurant you wish was on your corner.The nook basks in sunlight during the day, while at night, the open kitchen comes alive with a cacophony of pans and roaring flames.
Cost: $29 for a three-course lunch, Monday-Friday The menu at Babu Ji embraces the ethos of spirited Indian home cooking, with classic yet remarkable dishes.
Authentic, elevated street foods like papadum with pickled mango chutney complement hearty entrees like palak paneer, cooked with a dash of cream and served in a steaming clay pot.
Add an extra $23 to your three-course dinner selection for a wine pairing.
Cost: $29 for a three-course lunch, Monday-Friday; $42 for a three-course dinner, Monday-Friday, $65 for dinner with wine pairing This homey Brooklyn mainstay has become a local go-to for upscale American comfort food, serving up steak dishes and fried chicken and waffles.
Choose between small plates like delicate, crisp broccoli and a play on fish & chips: slivers of fluke tartare and potato chips.
Mains are comprised of a Sicilian cauliflower steak and a roasted chicken with maitake mushrooms, kale, and apple.The menu will change weekly throughout Restaurant Week; look for grilled arctic char with buckwheat risotto, hand-pulled goat cheese ravioli with sage and You could eat at Craft once a day without getting bored.The Restaurant Week menu is a testament to that versatility, offering myriad selections under each category -- far more than most restaurants.Cost: for a three-course lunch, Monday-Friday; for a three-course dinner, Monday-Friday This Keith Mc Nally bistro could have been cribbed from the Marais in Paris and repurposed on Bowery.The delicate, leather-booth-filled dining room is full of yellow light and ambient noise, and the round trellised bar is stocked with a menagerie of obscure liquors.But you knew there had to be a catch, and that’s a pretty reasonable one considering you’re going to eat like royalty in some of New York’s more fetching restaurants. So we’ve sorted through the pile to find the crème de la crème.