NEW YORK CITY (WABC) -- Foodies rejoice, as Monday marks the start of Restaurant Week in New York City.
It is the 30th anniversary of Restaurant Week, and reservations are now available.
NYC Restaurant Week is a bi-annual, flexible program that works with the top chefs and restaurants across the city for lunch and dinner offerings at a fixed rate and pre-selected menu.
Restaurants participating in lunch offer a two-course prix-fixe menu ranging in price from $30, $45, or $60.
It is a free program for restaurants, with all proceeds going directly to the restaurants across the five boroughs.
Restaurant Week takes place from July 18-August 21, so it's actually like restaurant month now.
Make your reservation by visiting NYC's Guide for lunch or dinner at restaurants across the five boroughs.