QUEENS, NY — A celebration meant to spotlight New York City’s “incredible array of eateries” has cast most of the city’s outer boroughs out of the limelight.
The world-renowned NYC Restaurant Week will offer its semiannual dining deals at nearly 400 of the city’s most exclusive eateries during its summer run from July 23 to Aug. 17, officials announced Monday.
Only two of those restaurants are in Queens.
The festival highlighting NYC’s “culinary culture” released its lineup on Monday, which means New Yorkers can start booking coveted reservations at participating restaurants offering fixed two-course lunch menus for $26 of three-course dinner menus for $42.
About 96 percent of those special menus can be found in Manhattan. And, despite an international culinary scene that late celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain once dubbed a “mysterious wonderland of food and culture,”Queens’ only eateries to make the