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So many good meals and deals, so few days. Here’s which Restaurant Week prix fixe offering is right for you.
New York Times restaurant critic Pete Wells named Mercado Little Spain his top new restaurant of 2019, so do like the Spaniards and take a long lunch at to the much-heralded food hall, which is offering two weekday options: dishes like gazpacho, Catalan-style sausage, vegetable paella and pan con chocolate at Leña, where almost everything is cooked over embers; and croquetas, empanadas, Ibérico pork meatballs, and crunchy cream puffs, at the seafood-focused Mar.
Estiatorio Milos will transport you to the Mediterranean with its menu of Greek classics. You might start with a meze plate and tomato salad for starters, then enjoy lamb chops or salmon tartare. A sweet closer like karydopita, a traditional walnut cake served with ice cream, will fortify your to face the chill again.
Off you go to Queensyard, for weekday lunch or dinner. The restaurant, with interiors inspired by an English country home, is serving up English muffin burgers, hunter's pies and sourdough baked sweet potatoes. The sommelier will be happy to suggest a special Restaurant Week-priced wine, by the glass or bottle.
Wild Ink’s Asian-fusion, Restaurant Week menu includes mushroom dumplings, yellowfin tuna crudo and Japanese risotto, all of which can be washed down with a specially priced house wine.
Amid the curated paintings and sculptures at Hudson Yards Grill, chef Michael Lomonaco is offering prix-fixe lunch and dinner menus. The latter includes dishes like quinoa risotto, Faroe Island salmon, steak au poivre and key lime pie.
One more bit of advice: with Restaurant Week actually clocking in at 18 days, you’re going to need to pace yourself.