NYC Summer Dining Guide Coupons and Deals
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Coupons can be redeemed Monday, July 1 through August 31, 2013. Reservations are required, where applicable; call and reference coupon. Purchase as many as you like. If you require more than 25, you'll just need to make a second purchase. Each meal requires one coupon. You can go to a restaurant several times, but need one coupon for each visit. Present coupon upon arrival. Valid for up to 8 diners. Limit 1 per table. All sales final. No refunds or exchanges. No refunds on unused coupons. See Terms and Conditions for full details.
Exclusive to Travelzoo subscribers, our favorite New York restaurants are offering 25% off this summer. Our Dining Guide includes hot spots from the UES to the Village, a Michelin star recipient, a James Beard Award-winning chef and New York Magazine Critics' Picks.Here's how it works:â¢ Buy one or more $3 certificates; decide when to use them laterâ¢ Use one certificate per visit at any of the restaurants listed belowâ¢ If you want to dine at 10 restaurants, you must buy 10 certificatesâ¢ Present the certificate at the restaurant and get 25% off your total billHere's what you can save:â¢ If your check comes to $200, this $3 would be worth $50â¢ Spend $400 on a dinner with friends and the savings rise to $100Greenwich Village & West VillageCafe Espanol: Village landmark with a menu that ranges from tapas to a 1.5 pound lobster - our subscribers rave "the experience, the food, the sangria -- all wonderful"Camaje Bistro & Lounge: Rated "very good to excellent" (Zagat) and New York Magazine Critics' Pick, this spot takes its "nouvelle bistro food seriously"Chez Jacqueline: New York Magazine and Zagat like the French cuisine and cozy ambiance and our subscribers agree, calling it "excellent" and "delicious"Le Midi: Country-style French dishes that Yelp and OpenTable reviewers award four starsLe Souk Harem: "Sexy" (Zagat) multi-level bar, lounge and hookah den with Moroccan small plates and belly dancersOnegin: Have a "glittering and glamorous" (Metromix) Russian feast complete with caviar and vodkaSlide: Bleecker St. spot specializing in sliders, shakes and cannolis -- menu was designed by Madison Cowen, "Chopped" and "Iron Chef" championSee below for the full list of participating restaurantsMidtown WestBann: Try your hand at "exciting" (Zagat) Korean barbeque with do-it-yourself tabletop grillsCeci: Perfect for before or after a show, this Italian gem in the Theater Disctrict has 4 stars on OpenTable and UrbanspoonCopacabana: Theater District icon that's hosted the likes Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin is "back to recapture the old magic" of a bygone era; stay for the show after dinnerDa Marino Restaurant: Look out for famous regulars like Usher and Chris Noth while dining on southern Italian cooking just off Broadway in Times SquareDesmond's Steakhouse: "A big gorgeous steakhouse" (Thrillist) with a butcher on-site that also serves up "signature dishes" like braised lamb in addition to a raw bar and seafood (New York Magazine)EVR: Gastro-lounge in the Empire district with nouveau-American cuisine and a mixologist whipping up cocktails featured in Maxim and CosmoRound Table at the Algonquin: Zagat says "atmosphere is everything" at the Algonquin Hotel and calls the Round Table restaurant a "slice of literary history"Stecchino: Travelzoo subscribers "love the cocktails," "delicious" Italian plates and "attentive staff" in Hell's KitchenMidtown EastBice: Classic Italian cuisine praised by Zagat, The New York Times, New York Magazine and Travelzoo subscribersDestino: Zagat calls Destino "classy" and praises its "well-prepared" Italtian cuisine and over 250 OpenTable reviewers give it 4.5 starsGente: Dine surrounded by glossies of famous 1960s icons like Marilyn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor in a modern trattoria Zagat calls "warm" and "inviting"Padre Figlio: New York Magazine raves about its "flawless" fare and Zagat applauds the "simply scrumptious" Italian cuisine rating it "very good to "excellent" (25)S'MAC: New York Magazine Critics' Pick with two locations serving "sock-meltingly delicious" mac-n-cheese "done up fancy" (Zagat)Flatiron & GramercyBig Daddy's: Stop in for brunch, lunch, dinner or a late-night snack at this OpenTable Diners' Choice award winner with three locationsDuke's: Bar serving Southern comfort food -- 2010 and 2011 NYC WingFest championsCity Crab: Boasting four stars on Urbanspoon and OpenTable, why travel to Baltimore when a "crab feast" (New York Magazine) is waiting right on Park Avenue SouthDevi: Frank Bruni of The New York Times awarded the sophisticated cuisine and elegant ambiance 2 stars saying its "exotic magic" will "spirit you away"Junoon: A Michelin star, an OpenTable Diners' Choice Winner 2012 and an Award of Excellence from Wine Spectator -- we don't have room to list all the accolades for this standout in the FlatironLa Mar: With "blow-your-mind ceviche" (Zagat) the "highest-profile chef in South America" has been called the "Jean-Georges of Peru" (New York Magazine)Upper East SideMon Petit Cafe: Blocks from Bloomingdale's and Barneys, stop by this family-run bistro for "classic" French fare before or after a day of shoppingBelow HoustonBlue Planet Grill: Located right next to One World Trade Center with a menu featuring organic, local ingredients and signature cocktails made with house-made infusions and syrups>Family Recipe: Watch 2013 Michelin Bib Gourmand and 2012 "Chopped" winner chef Akiko Thurnauer "working by intuition...doing what she loves" in her bustling open kitchen (The New York Times) and savor her contemporary Japanese tapasOficina Latina: New York Magazine Critics' Pick in SoHo offering food and drink that recreate the stops along the Pan-American HighwaySons of Essex: Step through the "speakeasy-like entrance" (Zagat) and into this hip Lower East Side "hot spot" (Daily News) and you'll likely rub shoulders with a few celebritiesTartinery: It's worth a stop to this "real neighborhood gem" and New York Magazine Critics' Pick in Nolita just to try the bread flown in from FranceYerba Buena: Named the Metromix New York Chef of the Year in 2011, chef Julian Medina creates "delectable, inventive pan-Latin fare," (Zagat); try the Best of New York arepas (New York Magazine) at either the Avenue A or Perry St. locationEast VillageAgozar: "Vibrant" Cuban small plates and entrees with "fresh ingredients" (NY Magazine)Bahr Che: "You won't be disappointed" (Haute Living) at one of Gayot's New and Notable Restaurants 2011La Cerveceria: Dine alfresco on Peruvian-inspired tapas and choose from over 80 beers; Time Out New York praises the braised beef short ribsCucina di Pesce: New York Magazine Critics' Pick with "mouthwateringly fresh" seafoodLa Lucha: New York Magazine Critics' Pick who says "it's the cooking that makes a visit...worthwhile" and calls the "El Santo" plate "the best" tacoNicoletta: James Beard award-winner Michel White makes "the best pizza we've had in a while" (Esquire Magazine) and Urbandaddy calls White "the food maestro"Nomad: New York Magazine Critics' Pick for its North African- and French-influenced cuisine and cozy atmosphereS'MAC: New York Magazine Critics' Pick with two locations serving "sock-meltingly delicious" mac-n-cheese "done up fancy" (Zagat)Winebar: One of the best wine bars in the city (CBS New York) with a popular patio; Zagat and New York Magazine praise the wine list and inviting vibeYerba Buena: Named the Metromix New York Chef of the Year in 2011, chef Julian Medina creates "delectable, inventive pan-Latin fare," (Zagat); try the Best of New York arepas (New York Magazine) at either the Avenue A or Perry St. locationChelseaBistro La Promenade: Zagat (25) "very good to excellent" in the heart of Chelsea inside the iconic London TerraceChina Latina: One of NYC's "best Mexican chefs" serves up Asian and Latin fusion creationsTello's: A "go to spot" (Gayot) with "comforting meatballs sure to conjure good memories" (New York Magazine)Trois Canards: "Charming" "hideaway" with a warm ambiance serving French fare on a "side street in Chelsea" (Zagat)Brooklyn & QueensAlewife: Long Island City gastropub awarded Best New Beer Bar 2012 (Time Out NYC)Beauty Bar Brooklyn: "Salon-turned-saloon" (Time Out New York) in the heart of Park Slope with a retro setting and nightly DJsMiranda: Zagat (25) calls it "one of the few 'grown-up restaurants in hipsterland'" and the Williamsburg gem also received a Michelin Guide recommendation in 2012 for its Italian and Pan-Latin menuDeStefano...