If you can't afford or don't want to spend enough to dine at one of New York City's Michelin-starred restaurants, consider yourself lucky now.
Eight Michelin star restaurants that made it onto the world's most famous culinary list are participating in NYC Restaurant Week Winter 2018, which runs through February 9th.
More than 300 restaurants take part in the two-week event. The restaurants serve a three-course PreFix lunch ($29) and dinner ($42) Sunday through Friday.
Check out which eight Michelin restaurants are taking part below. You can see the full list of 72 Michelin star restaurants in New York City here .
Ai Fiori (1 star)
Ai Fiori offers modern Italian and French cuisine, including homemade pasta and seasonal ingredients. Michael White is the chef and owner.
You can check out Ai Fiori's Restaurant Week menu here .
The Aureole offers you a PreFix or a tasting menu by chef Gabriele Carpentieri in an elegant dining room.
You can check out Aureole's Restaurant Week menu here .
Bâtard in Tribeca offers 3-, 4- and 5-course menus of modern French cuisine from chef Markus Glocker.
Find Bâtard's Restaurant Week menu here .
The Breslin (1-Star)
The Breslin is a high-end British pub located in the Ace Hotel.
Check out the Breslin's Restaurant Week menu here .
Cafe Boulud (1 star)
Chef Daniel Boulud's Café Boulud serves fine French cuisine.
Here you can find the Cafe Boulud's menu created for Restaurant Week.
Casa Mono (1 star)
Casa Mono serves Spanish cuisine from chef Andy Nusser east of Union Square.
Here you can find Casa Mono's weekly restaurant menu.
The Clocktower (1-star)
Clocktower is a chic Madison Avenue restaurant and lounge serving fine American cuisine from chef Jason Atherton.
Here is the Clocktower's Restaurant Week menu.
Junoon serves modern, fine Indian cuisine in an ornate dining room.
You can find Junoon's Restaurant Week menu here .