Once again New York City is celebrating its culinary culture with Restaurant Week. Starting yesterday (January 23rd) and running through February 10th you can enjoy the Restaurant Week specials at any participating restaurant. It really is a great deal, with a three course prix fixe menu that’s just $29 for lunch and $42 for dinner.
This is the perfect opportunity to sample what the neighborhood food scene has to offer and try out these great eateries in NoMad, if you haven’t already.
Black Barn is offering appetizers such as Cuban Black Bean Soup (with chorizo, lime and cilantro) and Irwin Farms Foraged Mushroom Toast (with robiola, taleggio, parmesan and watercress salad). For the main course, try out the Swordfish Tacos (corn tortilla, chilies, mango, avocado and cilantro) and Apple Cider Doughnuts (with caramel sauce) for dessert. The full featured menu can be viewed here.
Bo’s Kitchen and Bar Room
Bo’s Kitchen and Bar Room is a truly unique spot in NoMad, thanks to the combination of culinary influence from Montauk and New Orleans. On both the lunch and dinner Restaurant Week menus, the Crispy Alligator starter, clearly a New Orleans specialty, is a must! We recommend the Shrimp Tacos with seared shrimp, corn and andouille as a lunch entree and Poached Scottish Salmon for dinner. We can’t wait to try the Fried Cookie Dough dessert from the dinner menu, with chocolate chip cookie dough and a beignet donut. Explore the rest of the special menu here.
At La Pecora Bianca, the lunch menu includes a delicious combination of course options, like Roasted Beets (with goat’s milk, yogurt and walnuts), House Made Pork Sausage (with broccolini, garlic and calabrian chili flake) and Goat’s Milk Chocolate Mousse. Return for the dinner menu, Whole Roasted Hen of the Woods, Bronzino Filet and Sheep’s Milk Ricotta Cannoli with pistachio. The full Restaurant Week menu is available here.
The Bourbon-loving restaurant Maysville is participating in Restaurant Week for the first time and is offering a distinctly American menu. Starters include a choice of Butternut Squash Soup or Crispy Grits with country ham and bourbon aioli. Try the entrees like Brick Chicken with fingerling potatoes or Slow Roasted Arctic Char. For dessert, we recommend the Bourbon Caramel Ice Cream.
Taralucci e Vino
Taralucci e Vino is a recent addition to NoMad restaurant scene, and is adding an Italian flare to its Restaurant Week offering. The unique breakfast special, includes an entree — such as the Frittata with sweet sausage and black truffle, a pastry, coffee and unlimited mimosas (for one hour) for $29. Click here to explore the full lunch and dinner offerings as well.
For a full list of participating NYC restaurants you can visit the Restaurant Week website here. Make sure to take advantage of Restaurant Week in NoMad while it lasts.