Jun 24 2009
Alias: Sunday Supper is a 3-course prix-fixe for $30
Apiary: $35 three-course Sunday dinner
Bar Bao: $28 3-course prix-fixe dinner
Bocca Restaurant & Bar: 50% off al bottles of wine all night.
Broadway East: No corkage fee
BXL Belgian Cafe: All You can eat mussels plus a Stella Artois for $20!
Cafe Cortadito: 2 Churrascos and a bottle of wine $50.00
Compass: Half-priced wine on Sunday nights
Ditch Plains: “Surfer Sunday” supper is a cast-iron pot filled with a 1.5-pound lobster, corn on the cob, andouille sausage, and boiled potatoes, accompanied by a butter dipping sauce and a serving of cole slaw. Plus they’ll be serving $4 drafts to wash it all down.
Dovetail: $38 three-course ‘Sunday Suppa’
Fishtail: 3 courses for $20.09
Kampuchea: Every Sunday get 50% off any bottle of wine with dinner
Kyotofu: 50% off of all sake glasses and bottles
Osteria Circo: $38 three course prix-fixe plus a free bottle of wine with 2 prix-fixe orders.
Pranna: ”Break Out of Your Shell Sundays” feature a 3-course $25 menu that includes lobster and endless spiked punch.
Resto: Resto offers a four course Sunday Supper Every Sunday night. The cost is $38 per person and includes a Carafe of Wine or Beer. 111 East 29th St., (212) 685-5585.
Satsko: 10 cent wings in buffalo, wasabi, and sweet korean bbq flavor
The Smith: Burger + a Beer for $14
Sojourn: Offering $35 3-course prix-fixe that includes wine pairings
Spina: 50 percent off all wines by the bottle
Tapeo 29: Half-price selected bottles of wine
Telepan: Sunday Burger & Barbaresco Nite. Pairing favorite Italian wines with the Telepan Burger. There are a range of wines offered by the glass and in half bottles that do justice to the big flavors involved. They will have these wines, from Piemonte and Tuscany, featured on our wine list.
Tribeca Grill: Sunday nights are BYO with no corkage fee