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Ahoy New York’s Picks for NYC Restaurant Week

NYC Restaurant Week is only about two weeks away and we are anxiously reading the list of the many restaurants that we are excited about. We are definitely ready for some foodie adventures and here are Ahoy New York’s picks for NYC Restaurant Week Summer 2013.

Maze by Gordon Ramsay – 151 W 54th St
Gordon Ramsay has been all over the place with shows such as Hell’s Kitchen, Kitchen Nightmares, MasterChef and The F Word all under his belt. Watching all the dishes that he has made over the years has us curious about his food and Restaurant Week is a great opportunity to sample some of his dishes. Maze by Gordon Ramsay’s Restaurant Week menu has a Spanish mackerel dish that sounds delicious and for dessert the menu has his sticky toffee pudding which was featured on a recent episode of MasterChef.

Palm One – 837 2nd Ave
A good steakhouse is a must for Restaurant Week and this year there is a number of them participating, including a lot the top steakhouses in NYC. Palm is one of the iconic steakhouses in New York City and this year you can get a lunch centered around their filet mignon medallions or a dinner centered around their Chimichurri marinated prime skirt steak frites. You can’t lose!

Cafe Boulud – 20 E 76th St
If you are in the mood for French cuisine, why not try out Cafe Boulud? We are already looking at their rock shrimp ceviche, grilled leg of lamb and manjari mousse.

Nobu New York – 105 Hudson St
Nobu is one of the premier sushi restaurants in New York City. For $25, you can get their sashimi salad with Matsuhisa dressing, assorted sushi and a dessert for lunch. It is going to be an incredible meal and we can’t wait!

Morimoto – 88 10th Ave
Morimoto’s restaurant in Chelsea is always high on our must try list for their take on Japanese delicacies and Restaurant Week is as good of a time as any to head on over. Morimoto has yet to release their Restaurant Week menu but we salivating at the possibilities.

Perilla – 9 Jones St
We have heard nothing but good things about Harold Dieterle’s Perilla. It is simply a place where you can expect great food, great service and great ambiance. This would be our lineup for dinner, steamed bouchot mussels, sheep’s milk ricotta ravioli and a nectarine and blueberry financier for dessert. Yum!

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