The New-York Historical Society. Photo courtesy of Jon Wallen
Reservations are now open to book some of New York City’s most in-demand attractions, NYC & Company, the city’s tourism agency, announced on Tuesday. “NYC Winter Outing,” which runs from January 17 through February 12, offers discounts and special deals at restaurants, Broadway shows, museums, hotels, and more.
Photo courtesy of Addictive Wine and Tapas Bar
“NYC Winter Outing offers remarkable value on a wide range of popular experiences across the five boroughs, which translates into additional sales for restaurants, attractions, theater, small businesses and hotels during the slower winter period,” Fred Dixon, president and CEO of NYC & Company, said.
“We invite the world to explore the best of New York City this winter—enjoy world-class accommodations at 23% off; 2-for-1 tickets to Broadway, museums, attractions, performing arts and tours; and discounted meals at restaurants and local eateries.”
The prix-fixe NYC Restaurant Week offers patrons discounted dining experiences at almost 500 restaurants throughout the five boroughs. As part of the program, participating restaurants offer customers two-course lunches and three-course dinners for $30, $45, and $60. A complete list of this year’s participating restaurants and how to make reservations can be found here.
NYC Broadway Week and NYC Must-See Week offer customers two-for-one tickets to 22 Broadway shows and to more than 4o museums, attractions, tours, and performing arts events across the city. Broadway shows included in this year’s event are The Lion King, Hamilton, The Book of Mormon, Wicked, and many more.
The KPOP Broadway show. Image courtesy of Matthew Murphy and Evan Zimmerman
Participating venues for NYC Must-See Week include Carnegie Hall, the Museum of Modern Art, the New York Botanical Garden, Summit One Vanderbilt, and the Metropolitan Opera.
NYC Hotel Week offers customers 23 percent off all standard retail rates at more than 140 NYC hotels. New hotels that are participating in this year’s event include the Hard Rock Hotel New York and Le Méridien New York, Fifth Avenue. Returning participants include The Beekman, The William Vale, The Rockaway Hotel, and more.
“Whether you are planning a staycation, a date night, or visiting our city, the NYC Winter Outing program has fantastic deals for all,” Mayor Eric Adams said.
“By trying one of our world-renowned restaurants during NYC Restaurant Week, catching one of our iconic Broadway shows during NYC Broadway Week, visiting one of the thousands of unique attractions during NYC Must-See Week, or staying in a hotel in the best city in the world during NYC Hotel Week, you are supporting the economic engine that keeps our city running while sampling some of the best cultures and fare the world has to offer. And don’t forget, spend money!”
NYC’s tourism industry has strongly rebounded from the pandemic, with a total of 56.4 million travelers visiting the five boroughs during 2022, a 71.4 percent increase from 2021. The city will host a projected 61.7 million tourists in 2023.
- 600 NYC restaurants to participate in Restaurant Week this summer
- NYC Restaurant Week returns with deals at more than 440 neighborhood eateries
- NYC Restaurant Week returns with indoor dining, 530 restaurants, and five weeks of specials