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Here's Where to Dine in Queens and The Bronx During NYC Restaurant Week 2023

Updated: Jan 12

With the approach of the highly-anticipated 31st edition of New York City's Restaurant Week, beginning on Jan. 17, restaurants across the five boroughs prepare for yet another showcase of the best food that the city has to offer.


We've curated a list of our favorite eateries across Queens and The Bronx, participating in NYC Restaurant Week 2023. Scroll to view our top picks!



Il Falco

Forest Hills, Queens



Located in Forest Hills, Il Falco is led by head chef and owner Bolivar Perez, an expert in preparing fine Italian cuisine.


Through decades of culinary experience, Perez has receive widespread acclaim for his elevated presentation of familiar favorites.




We recommend the main-course dish Pollo Scarpaiello, which consists of sautéed chicken tossed with white wine, lemon juice, and garlic.


See Il Falco's Restaurant Week Menu


Keuka Kafe

Forest Hills, Queens


For a full spread of New American cuisine, enjoyed within a sophisticated atmosphere, enjoy the prix-fixe menu selection of Keuka Cafe.


Indulge in the house-favorite first course of Prince Edward Island Mussels, topped with your choice of spicy tomato sauce, Riesling garlic sauce, or green Thai curry.



See Keuka Kafe's Restaurant Week Menu


River Crest

Astoria, Queens


As the namesake for the former historic establishment that once stood in its place, River Crest is a restaurant that values the diverse culinary scene in Queens.


The menu that offers traditional American fare has a large selection of comfort foods, including their plate of buffalo wings and their famous River Crest standard burger.



See River Crest's Restaurant Week Menu


Tuscan Hills

Forest Hills, Queens


This rustic Italian eatery in Forest Hills is known for its Tuscan-inspired menu, with an excellent selection that can be enjoyed in their relaxed and intimate atmosphere.


Try the house speciality: Cacciucco Alla Livornese, a fish stew in fresh tomato sauce, and topped with bread crust.




See Tuscan Hills' Restaurant Week Menu


Maisonetta

Mott Haven, The Bronx


Maisonetta, a family-owned eatery in the heart of the South Bronx, is incredibly unique for its combination of French and Mexican cuisine.


Located in Mott Haven, the restaurant joins two cultures within a single menu, highlighting the best of both.




We recommend the pan seared scallops, paired with mushroom risotto, and topped with parmesan, and truffle oil.


See Maisonetta's Restaurant Week Menu


Seis Vecinos

Woodstock, The Bronx


This Latin-American hotspot in Woodstock takes inspiration from traditional Honduran fare and


With a large selection on their prix-fixe menu, the choices are endless-- and delicious, of course! Start your meal with their Tacos Hondureños.


These Honduran style crispy rolled corn tortilla tacos are stuffed with chicken, and topped with cabbage, tomato sauce, grated cheese, chimol, and red onions.


See Seis Vecinos' Restaurant Week Menu



Hudson Smokehouse

Mott Haven, The Bronx


Family new to the restaurant scene in The Bronx, Hudson Smokehouse has amassed widespread acclaim for its unbeatable barbecue dishes.


With their philosophy of bringing people together through comfort food, Hudson Smokehouse's extensive menu is filled with options that the entire family will love.



See Hudson Smokehouse's Restaurant Week Menu


Tobalá

Riverdale, The Bronx


Located in Riverdale, this Mexican restaurant led by self-taught head chef Moises Lopez, has an impressive selection of southwest Mexican-inspired dishes that center around tradition.

With an elevated twist, each dish is expertly crafted, as is their 2023 Restaurant Week menu.


Among the mouthwatering selection, we suggest the slow-roasted pork dish, Cochinita, which is served with achiote, escabeche, cilantro, and warm tortillas to share.


See Tobala's Restaurant Week Menu

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