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New York City’s Restaurant Week Has Kicked Off, Includes Three Queens Venues

London Lennie’s (Photo: Loopnet)

Jan. 22, 2020 By Kristen Torres

New York City’s highly anticipated Restaurant Week is back for its 28th year, and includes three Queens restaurants on its winter lineup.

London Lennies in Rego Park, Maiella in Long Island City and Meet the Meat steakhouse in Astoria are all offering special deals throughout the biannual event that runs from Jan. 21 to Feb. 9.

London Lennies, located at 63-88 Woodhaven Blvd., will offer a three course lunch menu for $26 and a three-course dinner menu for $42. The pre-fixed menus include dishes such as braised short ribs, seared salmon and seafood pasta.

The Italian restaurant Maiella, located at 4610 Center Blvd., and Meet the Meat steakhouse—at 2392 21st Street—will offer Restaurant Week deals for dinner, with both eateries featuring a $42 pre-fixed menu.

Diners can choose from dishes including gnocchi, sea bass and panettone bread pudding at Maiella, or filet mignon and tiramisu at Meet the Meat.

Restaurant Week features more than 350 participating restaurants across all five boroughs—most of which are in Manhattan—and includes restaurants of varying cuisines, including Brazilian, Chinese, Japanese and Greek.

Reservations can be made online at www.nycgo.com/restaurant-week.

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