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I've tried Nougatine's prix fixe lunch, and it was one of the best deals I've ever seen. What are your discoveries for lunch or dinner?

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Nougatine
1 Central Park West, New York, NY 10023

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  1. Jean Georges is 28 for 2 dishes and 14 for every additional. desserts are 8.

    Marea and Convivio are both around 28/30 for 2 dishes. each additional is 12-14 i think.

    Alto is like 36 for 2 dishes and 16 for an additional.

    All of these are for lunch

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    Jean Georges
    1 Central Park W, New York, NY 10023

    Convivio
    45 Tudor City Place, New York, NY 10017

    Marea
    240 Central Park South, New York, NY 10019

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    1. re: wreckers00

      Thanks! Any for weeknight dinner?

      1. re: wreckers00

        Just to be accurate, the lunch prices at Jean Georges were raised slightly sometime last year: 2 for $29 and $14.50 for each additional course. Desserts remain at $8 each.

        We recently had an absolutely splendid lunch there. Photos can be viewed here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/11863391...

      2. Apiary's 3-course $35 prix fixe dinner Sun-Thurs and no corkage on Monday nights.

        1. Perry Street, one of JG's restos, offers a $26 lunch & $38 dinner. I've been there for lunch & it was a great value.

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          Perry Street
          176 Perry Street, New York, NY 10014

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          1. re: Rmis32

            SHO Shaun Hergatt has a 3 course lunch prix fixe for $30. Although there isn't an amuse bouche, you do get served a few mignardises with dessert.

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            SHO Shaun Hergatt
            40 Broad St, New York, NY 10004

          2. Tocqueville's 3-course prix fixe lunch at $24.00 is the best luxury-dining bargain I know of in the city.

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            1. re: buttertart

              I keep hearing good things about Tocqueville from you and some others. I have to give it a try.

              1. re: cpw

                I went to Dovetail in January for their Sunday suppa. It is a 3 course prix fixe for 38$. I enjoyed it very much. Everything is nice there. I recommend it highly.

                1. re: cricri7

                  Thanks. I have a tradition of going upclose to read the menu everytime I go to shake shack and drool over the menu! I see they have sweetbreads in Sunday suppa menu, sounds like a great deal.

                  1. re: cpw

                    note that the Dovetail tasting menu is also offered at a reduced price on Sunday's, although I forget the exact amount. Really enjoy Dovetail.

            2. I agree with Apiary, above and would add the Gramercy Tavern tavern room's price fixe menu.

              Has anyone tried Aureole's Sunday menu?? It sounds great and includes unlimited wine!

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              Gramercy Tavern
              42 E 20th St, New York, NY 10003

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              1. re: stephaniec25

                Does anyone know if Aureole's prix fix lunch deal apply to Saturday lunch?

              2. Momofuku noodle bar. It's $30 for dinner ($20 for lunch), different every night, and usually listed on their website. Some nights are better than others, but last night was incredible: a ceviche amuse, duck rillettes with bibb lettuce, pickled fennel, and pickled mustard seeds; black rice risotto with clams and pork buns; an amazing roast sea bream with blood oranges and fennel; and pickled cherry and olive oil soft serves. A remarkable meal for $30.

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                1. re: hungrycomposer

                  Uncle Jack's Steakhouse has two prix fixe menus. The one for the Midtown Locations is $39.99 from 4:00-6:00 and gives you a choice of salad, main course and dessert. The one for the Westside location is also $39.99 and its from 8:00pm-Close.

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                  Uncle Jack's Steakhouse
                  44 West 56th Street, New York, NY 10019

                2. In theatre district:

                  Giuliani's (formerly Roberto Passon) - $ 14.95 3 course lunch
                  Scarlatto - $14.95 - 3-course lunch
                  Marseille - $24.07 lunch; $35 dinner
                  Benoit - 3-course lunch - $15; 2-courses: $19

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                  1. re: Rhea58

                    Also in theatre district, Estiatorio Milos, which is a greek seafood restaurant with a pre-theatre prix fix. It is somewhat pricey at $50 per person, but it includes a phenomenal tomato salad, choice of appetizer, entree, and dessert. It's gorgeous and the staff is very attentive. Food is superb.

                    1. re: rfplevy

                      Is their roasted fish included as one of the entree choices?