NYC Restaurant Week Offers Dining Discounts During NYIGF

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.--NYC Restaurant Week will coincide with the winter 2013 edition of the New York International Gift Fair, Jan. 26-30, at New York City's Jacob K. Javits Convention Center and Passenger Ship Terminal Piers 92 & 94. During Restaurant Week, which runs Jan. 14-Feb. 8, 2013, more than 300 of the City's most acclaimed restaurants will offer dining discounts available to NYIGF participants, as well as the general public.

"From the exotic to the ordinary, New York's dining scene is among the world's best," said Christian Falkenberg, NYIGF director and GLM vice president. "NYC Restaurant Week offers NYIGF participants a wonderful opportunity to enjoy some of the City's best restaurants at a fraction of the usual price."

Restaurant Week includes dining establishments throughout Manhattan and the boroughs, representing both casual and formal dining in a variety of cuisines. Participating restaurants offer a $25 three-course prix-fixe lunch, and/or a $38 three-course prix-fixe dinner, excluding beverage, tax and gratuity. These prices are available weekdays only, although restaurants do have the option to offer the program on Sundays.

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