Looking to end your weekend with a good meal and a good deal? Consider these 7 NYC restaurants that serve Sunday night supper specials:
The Restaurant: Maialino, 2 Lexington Ave.
The Deal: Maialino offers a five-course pasta tasting menu every Sunday night for $55. Past dishes have included cavatelli with asparagus and morels, and garganelli with braised rabbit. View a full sample menu here.
The Restaurant: Gwynnett St., 312 Graham Ave.
The Deal: Starting tonight, Williamsburg newcomer Gwynnett St. will offer a three-course Sunday night prix fixe for $45. The menu is available from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. and will include appetizers like a slow poached egg with blue crab and entrees like their Amish chicken and pork shoulder steak.
The Restaurant: Dovetail, 103 W 77th St.
The Deal: Dovetail offers a three-course "Sunday Suppa" dinner for $46 or $48 with a carafe of wine. Guests have the option of one appetizer, one entree, and one Sunday sundae. Check out a sample menu here.
The Restaurant: Ditch Plains, 29 Bedford St. and 100 W 82nd St.
The Deal: Both Ditch Plains locations prepare a "Surfer Sunday" lobster bake for $30 starting at 4 p.m every Sunday. The dinner includes a 1.5 lb lobster, corn on the cob, potatoes, sausage, coleslaw, and Old Bay aioli. Draft beers are $4.
The Restaurant: Northern Spy Food Co., 511 E 12th St.
The Deal: Northern Spy serves a casual three-course dinner every Sunday for $24. The menu changes each week but past menus can be found here.
The Restaurant: Jane, 100 W Houston St.
The Deal: Jane offers a "Sunday Night Frites" option, along with their regular menu, for $15. Chose from a flat iron steak, salmon, or a big pot of mussels, all accompanied by rosemary fries.
The Restaurant: Monument Lane, 103 Greenwich Ave.
The Deal: Monument Lane serves a three-course family style menu every Sunday night for $27. Past menus have included items like mussels and a whole fried chicken for two.