New York Restaurant Week Comes To Greenwich Village

New York Restaurant Week opens January 21st through February 8th, with some tantalising menus and offers to savor right here in the Village! 

Society Cafe

52 West 13th Street

Hidden inside Walker Hotel is Society Cafe, a new market-to-table American restaurant by rising-star chef, Christopher Zabita. Chef Zabita's training in award-winning restaurants such as Bar Boulud and Marc Forgione has prepared him for his new passion project at Society Cafe. Relying on the purveyors at the nearby Union Square Green Market, Chef Zabita has created an evolving, seasonal menu that is sustainable and locally sourced. The dining room features a warm fireplace and accents of walnut, leather and teal for a modern sophisticated setting. Society Cafe is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

To view the brunch, lunch and dinner menus, and book, click here


61 West 8th Street

This elegant and casual Japanese restaurant presents the best neta (Japanese for the fresh ingredients of sushi) with unique preparations and warm service for a special dining experience. Chef Sungchul Shim hails from Korea, where he developed his love for food and cooking. In his career in New York, he has worked in many of the City’s finest kitchens, including three-Michelin-star Le Bernardin, Aureole, Bouley, Peacock Alley, and Gordon Ramsay at the London. Chef Shim also learned the fine art and techniques of Japanese cuisine, training directly under the executive chef of Momoya.

To view the lunch menu, click here

Loring Place 

21 West 8th Street

Loring Place offers seasonal, local, American cuisine by chef Dan Kluger in the heart of Greenwich Village. This is the first solo venture for Kluger, who is celebrated for bright, balanced, vegetable-forward dishes. The menu, comprised of small and large shareable plates, spotlights farms and farmers whom Kluger has gotten to know intimately over 20 years of frequenting the Union Square Greenmarket. Kluger’s preparations are bold in spice and flavor but refined in execution. His ability to create bites that simultaneously deliver notes of sweet, salty and sour is at the heart of his cooking.

To view the restaurant week wine pairing and fixed price lunch menu offer, click here


72 University Place 

A vegetarian/vegan restaurant that celebrates the deliciousness of vegetables, from chef John Fraser and former Condé Nast creative director James Truman, Nix is the only veggie restaurant in the US with a Michelin star. Soft lighting and sensual design complement a menu that is both health-conscious and pleasure-driven, from citrus-and-chili accented jicama salad to shiitake "cacio-pepe" and cauliflower tempura with pepperoni spices and steamed buns. Seasonal fruits, herbs and spices inform an innovative list of cocktails and non-alcoholic sodas.

To view the lunch menu, click here.


Breathing new life into Lower Fifth Avenue, Claudette is an elegant Provençal restaurant steps from Washington Square Park. Opened in 2014, Claudette joins her sister restaurants Rosemary's and Bobo in offering a warm and inviting atmosphere to share great food with friends and family. 

To view the lunch and dinner menus, click here.

New York Restaurant Week is presented by NYC GO and is is a celebration of NYC’s most fabulous pastime: dining out. With hundreds of restaurants throughout the City rolling out special prix-fixe menus for a limited time, consider this an invitation to revel without a cause.

Find out more about New York Restaurant Week here, and see all participating Greenwich Village restaurants here.

For a complete directory of restaurants around the central Village click here

New York Restaurant Week Comes To Greenwich Village


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