New York City Restaurant Week Extended Through Labor Day

By Patrick Hedlund on July 23, 2010 2:50pm 

A Restaurant Week selection from Le Cirque earlier this year.
A Restaurant Week selection from Le Cirque earlier this year.
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By Patrick Hedlund

DNAinfo News Editor

MANHATTAN — New York foodies have reason to keep their belts loose — Restaurant Week has been extended through Labor Day.

The biannual event, which offers restaurant-goers prix-fixe prices at some of the city’s most desirable fine-dining establishments, will run through Sept. 6.

More than 275 restaurants were included in the two-week even that was scheduled to end July 25. A new list of the participating eateries will be released on Monday.

During Restaurant Week, lunches are priced at $24.07 and dinners at $35.

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