Once again, NYC Restaurant Week has only one kosher restaurant participating, and you guessed it, it’s Reserve Cut, again.
Likely the most expensive kosher restaurant in NYC, Reserve Cut has been participating for a number of years now, allowing kosher diners to experience $26 3 course lunches at the fancy restaurant that would otherwise cost significantly more. [For context, this has been $29 in the most recent Restaurant Weeks, so this decline in cost is an upgrade]
The Restaurant Week offer at Reserve Cut is only valid Mon-Fri for Lunch between Jul 23 – Aug 17. The restaurant is closed on Saturdays.
The restaurant has not yet released the summer 2018 menu for Restaurant Week. (Here’s Reserve Cut’s Restaurant Week menu for winter 2018).
Reservations can be made at Reserve Cut via Open Table.
Reserve Cut is certified Glatt Kosher by the OU.
From the restaurant’s Restaurant Week page:
Reserve Cut is New York’s premier modern kosher American steak house. Located on the second floor of The Setai Wall Street in Lower Manhattan, Reserve Cut is a contemporary fine dining experience, with French-Mediterranean influences. They serve the finest steaks along with fresh sushi and sashimi in a chic atmosphere. Enjoy their Happy Hour bar menu daily from 4–10pm, featuring appetizers, wine and cocktail specials.