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NYC Restaurant Week Extended until 27th!

No more Sky High Pie for me.
Calling all Foodies. New York City cannot get enough of Restaurant Week and has been extended to the 27th.

NYC Restaurant Week is a time when anyone who wish they could afford the appetizer and a high end restaurant on a regular day, can now do so.

Selected restaurants offer prix fixe lunch and dinner specials at more affordable prices ($25 and $35 respectively). It offers restaurants the chance for new customers (and future food connoisseurs) to get a taste of what they offer, and it gives the everyday New Yorker a chance to really dine fine.

I sincerely recommend making reservations. While the prices are lower that doesn't mean it is easier to get a table for four at Coliccho and Sons. Opentable is a restaurant directory that enables you to make reservations online. (Note: Be sure to have a good internet connection.)

NYC Restaurant Week
January 30th - February 27th, 2011


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