Wednesday, January 26, 2011

NYC Restaurant Week: More Beef/Less Dough

Scenes from Strand, An American Bistro. The eatery is participating in a NYC Restaurant Week for the first time. Photos from

TASTEBUDS that tend toward Crisp Duck Leg Confit and Ginger Marinaded Tofu (aka Roasted Japanese Eggplant Baby Bok Choy Portobello Mushrooms) might consider Strand, An American Bistro for dinner.

Depending on its mood, the sweet tooth might crave dessert. When it’s all said and done, the three courses will set the wallet back $35. This dinner deal and lunch deals for $24.07 are available not just at Strand, but all over New York. Here's the deal, of course, because it is NYC Restaurant Week Winter 2011, one of the best in a town that also loves to wheel and save a buck in the doing.

This latest winter edition has attracted the most restaurants – more than 300 – in the history of the promotion. Along with Tamarind Tribeca, Strand is one of the newbies. They join old hands like Le Cirque and Dos Caminos.

Sponsors American Express and Travelocity are offering promotions to sweeten the pot for their members/users.

As is customary during NYC & Company's biannual event, excluded are Saturdays, beverage, tax and gratuity. Barring an extension, the last meals will be served on 6 Feb.

Learn more about NYC Restaurant Week Winter 2011, including menus, reservation policies and sponsor deals at

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