Photo-Worthy Restaurants to Visit During New York Restaurant Week

Mark your calendars for the top New York summer excursion you won’t want to miss! Starting July 23rd, 2018, be sure to invite friends, family and colleagues to this summer’s New York Restaurant Week. With over 300 participating restaurants, it’s your chance to splurge on a great meal at an extremely affordable price.

Given so many desirable choices to wine and dine at, how do you pick the best one?

That’s easy, choose the most photo-worthy ones!

Café Boulud

French

Bringing France to New York City, this Upper East Side staple brings elegant french cuisine and seasonal delights to the table. The neighborhood gem will surely leave you full with some of the most photogenic meals, especially with their $26, two-course standout lunch menu!

Cafe Boulud

Catch NYC

Seafood

The contemporary Asian fusion and seafood restaurant is primely located in the heart of Manhattan’s Meatpacking District. Sharing its energetic and interactive ambiance, Catch NYC delivers classic seafood renditions in the most exquisite presentation. Be sure to bring your camera along to capture their $26, two-course lunches. Hungry for more? Catch them for their $42, three-course dinner too!

Catch Seafood

David Burke Kitchen

American

Weekend brunch in Manhattan never looked so good! The SoHo eatery is serving up its classic wholesome American cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner in the whimsical stylings of Chef David Burke. Visitors will not only snap away the creative and locally sourced dishes, but also the restaurant’s overall aesthetics including its Treehouse Bar, Wine Cave and outdoor Urban Garden.

David Burke Kitchen

Noreetuh

Hawaiian

Translated to “playground”, this modern Hawaiian restaurant is strategically located in the casual and enjoyable environment of the East Village. Their playfully crafted menu is complemented by their curated selection of over 200 wines, beers and sakes. This wide variety of choices makes for some great variety of photos, each captured with unique elements.

Hawaiian

Serra by Birreria

Italian

Step into Eataly’s premier “greenhouse” pop-up with rooftop views of the scenic Flatiron District. The use of simple but quality ingredients gives rustic Italian dining a new meaning. Indulge in a picturesque taste of summer with their special pre-fixe two-course lunch and three-course dinner.

Italian Serra Eataly

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    August 30, 2018 at 6:12 pm
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