All of the City’s museums, botanical gardens and performing arts venues offer stunning spectacles, and many of these establishments can also dazzle your taste buds. The restaurants within cultural institutions let you take a bigger bite out of NYC culture, and Restaurant Week is the perfect time to visit them. What’s more, you can get a taste of exclusive menus at the Public Theater’s Library and Lincoln Center’s Lincoln Ristorante during our popular NYC Restaurant Week Tasting Series. Read on to see the full list of restaurants and to book sophisticated prix-fixe dining deals.
Hudson Garden Grill
There’s something terribly romantic about botanical gardens, and this restaurant—on the grounds New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx—holds the same lovely appeal.
The Library at The Public
The Library, named for the building's original use as the Astor Library, is a central element of the mezzanine level of this landmark edifice at Astor Place (which famously houses downtown performance venue The Public Theater).
Morgan Dining Room
It’s hard to peruse the historic holdings at the Morgan Library without imagining life in the museum’s magnificent McKim-designed brownstone, the onetime residence of financier JP Morgan.
Untitled is a contemporary American restaurant helmed by executive chef Suzanne Cupps and located in the Whitney Museum of American Art's new Renzo Piano-designed building in the Meatpacking District.