NYC Restaurant Week Coincides With Winter 2010 NYIGF

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.-NYC Restaurant Week runs through Feb. 7, conveniently coinciding with the winter edition of the New York International Gift Fair (NYIGF), which takes place through Feb. 4.

During Restaurant Week, more than 200 of the city's new and established restaurants offer signature dishes for a fraction of the usual price. Prices for the program are the same at each location, with $24.07 three-course prix-fixe lunches and $35 three-course prix-fixe dinners (excluding beverage, tax and gratuity). Prices are available weekdays only, although restaurants have the option to offer the program on Sundays.

Among the acclaimed eateries participating in NYC Restaurant Week this winter are Aureole, B. Smith, Brasserie 44, Inakaya New York, Kellari Pareo, Les Halles-Park Ave South, Mr. Chow New York-57th Street, Russian Tea Room and Todd English's Olives. Several new establishments, including A Voce Restaurant, The Libertine and Sho Shaun Hergatt, also will participate.

A complete list of participating restaurants and a selection of prix-fixe menus from various restaurants is available online at nycgo.com/restaurantweek.

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