When I lived in NY, I always looked forward to Restaurant Week, the semi-annual event where the city’s best restaurants offered prixe fix lunches for $25 and dinners for $35. In the days leading up to the event I would strategically line up a wish list of restaurants for every lunch and dinner, allowing myself to indulge in heavy meals I would typically avoid in such concentration. But I never did it. It was simply too much hassle, and I preferred to save the restaurants for occasions if, and when, they were fitting.
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