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NYC Restaurant Week 2014 at Hyatt Union Square & The Fourth

NYC Restaurant Week 2014 at Hyatt Union Square & The Fourth NYC Restaurant Week at Hyatt Union Square


July 21st - August 15th

Sundays through Fridays

New York Restaurant Week lasts almost 4 weeks this year, filling the streets with hungry diners searching for the city's most delicious 3-course $25 lunches and $38 dinners. Be sure to check when you make your reservation, as some eateries only offer Restaurant Week menus for one meal period on certain days, and Saturdays are always excluded. Local Union Square participants include:


The Fourth

Our very own French-style American brasserie is proudly participating in the value-packed festivities this year, serving specially priced 3-course lunches and dinners through August 15th. Inspired by Union Square's Greenmarket, seasonal selections on our Restaurant Week menu include your choice of Chilled Corn Soup, Heirloom Tomato Salad, and Asparagus & Farm Egg Salad for appetizer; Hake a la Plancha, Housemade Torchio Pasta, and our famous Pink Salt Brick Roasted Amish Country Chicken for entree; as well as decadent desserts like a Quatrieme Coffee Pot de Crème, Warm Acquerello Rice Pudding, and a selection of Housemade Ice Creams.



This groundbreaking Indian restaurant was the first in the U.S. to win a Michelin star, known equally for its immersive décor and heartfelt dishes. Their Restaurant Week offerings include fusion dishes like Crispy Fish Pakora Tacos, Ginger Potato Hash and Chickpea Chaat, Parsi Steamed Bass, and Chicken Tikka Masala with Crispy Okra Salad.



Innovative sushi and Japanese cuisine color the menu at this Union Square hotspot. Be sure to try their unique take on Fish Tacos, Spicy Titanic and Perfect Fantasy Specialty Rolls, and the jaw-dropping Cheesecake Tempura.


Tarallucci e Vino

For a taste of Italy, this artisanal menu is unparalleled. The Fiore di Zucca (goat cheese squash blossoms), and Ravioli with ricotta and morels are truly a bite of the homeland.