The holidays have passed and the cold winter months have set in, but New York City is ready and armed with the NYC Winter Outing 2020 trifecta of fun events. From January 21 – February 9, the City features Restaurant Week, Broadway Week, and Must-See Week.
Host to the world’s first-ever Restaurant Week, New York City debuted the program in 1992 originally as a one-time featured event during the Democratic National Convention. Now more than 25 years old, for the consummate foodie, New York City’s Restaurant Week, sponsored by MasterCard, is a “must-attend” event.
With close to 400 participating restaurants, some of New York’s best-kept dining secrets to its most famous and iconic places to the always popular crowd-pleasers, diners can enjoy 2-course lunch and 3-course dinner prix-fixe meals ranging from $26 to $42 respectively (some exceptions apply). To sweeten the deal even further, Mastercard is offering a $10 statement credit for anyone that registers their card and uses it during Restaurant Week.
Featured venues include James Beard Award winners, Wine Spectator picks, and Woodford Reserve specials. With so many choices, the official guide to NYC offers an online search to find whatever tasty treats your palate may be craving. There are more than 35 delectable cuisine options to choose from in more than 45 towns in Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx, Manhattan, and Staten Island. An Instagram follower? Check out #nycrestaurantweek to see what locations and dining experiences are trending over the three-week event.
Over the same dates, NYC is hosting Broadway Week and NYC Must-See Week. Also sponsored by MasterCard, New Yorkers and visitors alike are encouraged to take part in the 2-for-1 tickets being offered on both Broadway and City attractions.
For Broadway Week 2020, now in its 10th year, show-goers can enjoy more than 20 kid-friendly, musical, solo, and 2019 Tony Award Winner shows such as Chicago, Mean Girls, Aladdin, and West Side Story to name a few. A great way to enjoy a day in the Big Apple along with a super meal!
For those who are interested in many of the City’s attractions, NYC Must-See Week, which technically is over three weeks, opens the doors to close to 70 experiences across the five boroughs. Started in 2017, venues include the Big Apple Circus, Bank of America Winter Village in Bryant Park, Carnegie Hall, New York City Ballet, Gray Line City Tours, the Whitney Museum, and more.
So, if you are looking for a bit of a winter getaway, the NYC Winter Outing 2020 is a great event to consider. With city-wide discounted hotel accommodation promotions for the three weeks, you can enjoy a multitude of dining experiences, attractions, and Broadway shows, over several days, all for far less than the average NYC vacation. Get booking today!