The Ginza Project has delighted us with some of the city's most innovative and delicious dining experiences, and the restaurant group continues to wow with the recently opened, New York Times-reviewed Courgette. Revel in upscale Mediterranean cuisine in a modern bistro setting:
• $85 ($175 value) for two small plates, two dinner entrées, one side, and a bottle of wine
Start your elegant evening with fresh salad topped with goat cheese, hazelnut, and sun-dried tomatoes; the fish market soup, or the risotto with foraged mushrooms. For your main, enjoy beautifully plated options like pan-roasted organic salmon, coriander-crusted tuna, house-made pappadelle with braised rabbit, or marinated chicken with lemon fingerling potatoes. Pair up with a delicious side and soothing bottle of vino.
• $45 ($95 value) for two small plates, two lunch entrées, one side, and two glasses of wine
Opt for a midday meal and start with organic mixed greens or a piping-hot cup of seafood soup. Then, enjoy vegetable lasagna, rosemary-marinated hanger steak, or a hearty sandwich, like the grilled ahi tuna burger or the fontina and mushroom panini.
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PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON August 1, 2020
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON April 30, 2013
Lunch or Dinner for Two at a New York Times-Reviewed Restaurant
- from $85