NYC Restaurant Week To Go has been extended, and even more uptown spots are taking part


Reverence in Harlem is participating in NYC Restaurant Week To Go
Reverence is participating in NYC Restaurant Week To Go

This year's NYC Restaurant Week To Go, reimagined to focus on takeout and delivery, has been so successful that it's been extended through February 28.


And even more uptown restaurants are joining in. Washington Heights and Inwood, which had no eateries in the program in January, now have eight. There are also a handful of newcomers in Harlem and East Harlem: Uptown Veg, Nocciola and B Squared, to name a few.


Restaurants taking part are offering lunch and/or dinner specials for $20.21.


At Harlem favorite Melba's that means a choice of smothered chicken or fried catfish, mac and cheese, collards and a slice of carrot cake while at chef Russell Jackson's farm-to-table spot Reverence you get a three-course box lunch with a spiced apple salad, turkey picadillo or soup of the week, and a chocolate miso blondie.


Here's the full uptown list:


East Harlem


Au Jus


Bistro Casa Azul


Bangklyn East Harlem


Chu Ros Thai


Dear Mama–East Harlem


East Harlem Bottling Co.


El Barrista


El Paso


Evelyn's Kitchen


Gaudir


Lexington Pizza Parlour


Mojo Desserts


Nocciola


Ollin


Pro Thai


Sisters Caribbean Cuisine


Uptown Veg


Teranga



Morningside Heights


Le Monde


Max SoHa



Harlem


Applebee's Grill + Bar


Archer & Goat


B Squared


The Cecil Steakhouse


Chocolat Restaurant & Bar


The Edge Harlem


Fieldtrip Harlem


Harlem Shake


Lolo's Seafood Shack


Melba's


Minton's


Red Rooster Harlem


Reverence


Safari


Settepani


Silvana


67 Orange Street


Sylvia's Restaurant


Vinateria


Yatenga French Bistro



Hamilton Heights/Sugar Hill


Bono Trattoria


Oso


Tsion Cafe



Washington Heights/Inwood


Broadway Slice


Dyckman Express Restaurant


Fort Washington Public House


Il Sole


Inwood Pizza


Sa'Tacos


Tryon Public House


Tubby Hook Tavern



NYC Restaurant Week To Go runs from January 25 to January 31.


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