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More Than 20 Queens Restaurants Are Offering Deals During NYC Restaurant Week Beginning Tuesday

A selection of menu items at Queens Bully in Forest Hills — one of 21 Queens eateries participating in NYC Restaurant Week (Queens Bully)

Jan. 12, 2022 By Allie Griffin

New York City Restaurant Week returns next Tuesday with deals at local eateries across the city including more than 20 in Queens.

More than 400 restaurants throughout the five boroughs are participating in Restaurant Week which runs from Jan. 18 to Feb. 13.

The local businesses are offering a two-course lunch for $29 and a three-course dinner for $39 or $59, depending on the menu items.

In all, 21 Queens restaurants — in neighborhoods stretching from Astoria to the Rockaways — are serving multi-course meals at a discount as part of Restaurant Week.

The majority of participating borough restaurants are located in Astoria and Forest Hills, though there are also eateries in Woodhaven, Sunnyside, Long Island City, Jackson Heights and Averne partaking as well.

A dinner option at Bar Marseille in Averne (Bar Marseille)

Diners can get deals on fresh seafood and French cuisine at Bar Marseille in Averne, classic New York pastrami at Queens Bully in Forest Hills, Indian dishes like butter chicken at Adda in Long Island City, prime-cut filet mignon at Meet the Meat in Astoria, Cuban vegetarian paella at Guantanamera Restaurant in Forest Hills or a taste of history at Neir’s Tavern in Woodhaven.

A full list of Queens restaurants offering Restaurant Week deals can be found here. Many restaurants have uploaded their prix fixe menu options directly to the site.

Reservations are also now open through the Restaurant Week website.

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