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Take a C&J Bus to New York City for Restaurant Week and Double Up on the Savings!

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It’s NYC Restaurant Week again! Twice a year New York City Restaurant Week offers diners some pretty insane prix-fixe deals at more than 300 participating restaurants.

And since Restaurant Week is all about scoring a great deal, we’d recommend you take a C&J bus to NYC from Portsmouth, NH or Tewksbury, MA to double up on the savings.

NYC Restaurant Week Summer 2013

This year’s summer event runs from July 22 – August 16, Monday – Friday (Saturdays excluded, Sundays optional) and offers three course meals at a flat rate of $25 for lunch and $38 for dinner (excluding tax, gratuity and alcohol). And while local food-snobs might groan, the rest of us rejoice at the opportunity to sample some of the city’s finest restaurants at a fraction of the usual prices.

To make the most of your experience, do your research and choose a spot whose Restaurant Week menu is similar to their main menu. You can get all the info you need about participating restaurants at NYCgo’s official guide to Restaurant Week, here. Additionally, you might want to make a reservation or call ahead to avoid longer waits.

Getting from Port Authority to Your Restaurant of Choice

To help you get where you’re going, we’ve put together a walkthrough of transportation from Port Authority to one of a number of Restaurant Week hot-spots.

There are hundreds of awesome eateries in New York, in neighborhoods all across the city. It would take pages upon pages to provide detailed directions to each, so we’ve selected the neighborhoods with 20 or more participating restaurants to highlight.

Note: While there’ll always be multiple ways to get from Port Authority to the neighborhoods listed below, we’ve selected the fastest routes as suggested by Google Maps. Also please note that in this context “toward” does not indicate the final destination, but rather the direction in which the subway train is heading.

Upper East Side – 21 Participating Restaurants (23 minutes)

  • From Port Authority take Subway E (8 Avenue Local) toward Jamaica Center – Parsons/Archer (4 stops)
  • Get off at Lexington Av/53 St
  • Walk about 3 minutes to 51 St
  • Take Subway 6 (Lexington Avenue Local) toward Parkchester (3 stops)
  • Arrive at 77 St
  • Walk southeast on E 77th St toward 3rd Ave
  • Turn left onto 3rd ave
  • Turn Right onto E 79th St.
  • Arrive at Upper East Side

Upper West Side – 23 Participating Restaurants (15 minutes)

  • From Port Authority take Subway C (8 Avenue Local) toward 168 St (5 stops)
  • Get off at at 86 st.
  • Walk southwest on Central Park West toward W 86th St
  • Turn right onto W 84th St
  • Arrive at Upper West Side

Times Square/Theater District – 27 Participating Restaurants (8 minutes)

  • Depart Port Authority to 8th Ave
  • Walk southwest on 8th Ave toward W 42nd Street
  • Arrive at Theater District, Times Square

Midtown East (Turtle Bay) – 54 Participating Restaurants (13 minutes)

  • From Port Authority take Subway E (8 Avenue Local) toward Jamaica Center – Parsons/Archer (4 stops)
  • Get off at Lexington Av/53 St
  • Walk southeast on E 53rd St toward 2nd Ave
  • Turn right onto 2nd Ave
  • Turn left onto E 50th St
  • Arrive at Turtle Bay, Midtown East

Midtown West (Hell’s Kitchen) – 35 Participating Restaurants (8 minutes)

  • From Port Authority take Subway E (8 Avenue Local) toward Jamaica Center – Parsons/Archer (1 stop)
  • Get off at 50 St
  • Walk northwest on W 50th St toward 9th Ave
  • Turn left onto 9th Ave
  • Turn right onto W 49th St
  • Arrive at Hell’s Kitchen, Midtown West

Flatiron – 21 Participating Restaurants (13 minutes)

  • Depart Port Authority
  • Walk to Times Square
  • Head southwest on 8th Ave toward W 42nd St
  • Turn left onto W 42nd St
  • Turn right onto Broadway
  • Take Subway N (Broadway Express) toward Coney Island – Stillwell Av (3 stops)
  • Get off at 23 St
  • Walk southwest on 5th Ave toward W 22nd St
  • Turn left onto E 21st St
  • Arrive at Flatiron District

When traveling in NYC it’s important to remember that subway cancellations and/or delays are common, meaning these routes may change. When in doubt, use your smartphone or ask someone – New Yorkers are nicer than you think!

So go ahead, foodie: eat your heart out. If you have any questions about our NYC bus service, please don’t hesitate to contact us today!