For the next three weeks, diners can enjoy three-course prix-fixe lunches for $24.07 or dinners for $35 at some of the city's best eateries.
City officials said extending Restaurant Week made sense because the snow has likely kept many people from getting outside much.
With the streets and sidewalks cleared, now's your chance to enjoy a presse de veau, grilled octopus and molten chocolate cake lunch at Cafe Boulud, or a black Tuscan kale, smoked beef rib and chocolate pudding dinner from Resto's.
Go here to make reservations and see a complete list of all participating restaurants.
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