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I would give the greatest sunset in the world for one sight of New York's skyline

The two-week event, which runs semiannually in summer and winter, is scheduled for Jan. 25 to Feb. 7, 2010. For two weeks every winter, thousands of New York City's best restaurants offer lunches and dinners at greatly discounted prices. Both locals and visitors clamour to get a table at some of the city's best dining rooms, which normally charge at least quadruple the price.

Maybe we have the recession to thank, but prices for the foodie series are the same as they were in 2006. At participating restaurants, three-course, prix-fixe dinners will run $35. Lunches will cost $24.07 (as in 24 hours a day/7 days a week in the city that doesn’t sleep). These prices do not include beverages, tax and tip. And the special prices are valid every day during the two-week period except Saturdays.

Restaurants in on the deal have not yet been announced, but NYC & Company plans to tease us with a few names in December. However, “the complete list will not be released to the public until reservations open on Monday, Jan. 11,” said Francisca Ovalle, the organization’s communications manager.

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