New York City's Restaurant Week for 2022 begins Jan. 18

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New York' City's annual Restaurant Week is back, this time with in-person dining.

The event, which last winter was takeout only, runs Jan. 18 to Feb. 13. It includes two-course lunches and three-course dinners for $29, $39 and $59 at a range of top-tier restaurants and neighborhood favorites across the five boroughs.

More than 440 eateries are represented.

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Gemna Restaurant, in The Bowery Hotel, is one of more than 440 restaurants participating in New York City's Winter Restaurant Week, which begins Jan. 18.
Gemna Restaurant, in The Bowery Hotel, is one of more than 440 restaurants participating in New York City's Winter Restaurant Week, which begins Jan. 18.

In general, prix-fixe deals are for Monday through Friday (Sunday participation is optional) so it's best to check the restaurant's website for details.

Reservations are highly suggested; go to nycgo.com/restaurantweek for details. New York City requires proof of vaccination for all indoor dining.

The event, sponsored by NYC & Company, New York City’s official destination marketing organization and convention and visitors bureau, also runs a summer dining promotion, which was held in-person last year.

Jeanne Muchnick covers food and dining. Click here for her most recent articles and follow her latest dining adventures on Instagram @lohud_food or via the lohudfood newsletter.

This article originally appeared on Rockland/Westchester Journal News: Make reservations now for NYC Winter Restaurant Week, starting Jan. 18

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