Not only does this hip restaurant pack an incredible deal, with a front charge of $19.99 for an entrée and bottomless mimosas, but the waiters sometimes bring free shots with free coffee or tea.
Calle Ocho, Upper West Side
Located right near Central Park, so you have an excellent wandering spot on lazy Sundays, Calle Ocho feeds your Latin fusion fix with a $15 entrée and unlimited Sangria. The food is also fantastic.
For higher prices:
Perla, Greenwich Village
Perla is a cozy Italian restaurant with more traditional plates, however they don’t sacrifice service and quality preparing truly delicious pasta. Perla is also a popular celebrity spot, which keeps it warm and busy.
Tao, East 50’s
Tao is well known for its Asian glamour, with the décor featuring a giant Buddha. The atmosphere is club-ish, which tends to make it more expensive, but the food is great and you might see a Kardashian sister every once in a while.
The Dutch, Soho
Classic American turns ultra trendy with The Dutch, and maybe a bit too trendy as some critics consider this restaurant a popular destination just for name-dropping. Still, the cuisine is good and the atmosphere is well worth the lines.
The Red Rooster, Harlem
There may not be a bad dish on The Red Rooster menu, or even a mediocre one. This Southern restaurant is bright, warm, lively, and provides stellar service. Enjoy live music downstairs at Ginny’s Supper Club, but its going to be crowded!
Tre Stelle, Chelsea
This restaurant features delicious Italian cuisine paired with a bar that mixes the best cocktails. Outdoor seating is available and the dining room has large tables with 60’s style decor which completes the classic yet modern feel of Tre Stelle.