All the Restaurant Specialty Nights Worth Checking Out Right Now

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When chefs get tired of cooking the same old thing, there’s two options: Create new dishes or cook something entirely different. Recently, there’s been an uptick in specialty nights at notable restaurants throughout the city, including a classic Sunday roast-chicken dinner at Flora Bar on the Upper East Side; a weekly meal at Sunday in Brooklyn, dedicated to old-school Italian fare; and a weekly Japanese curry night at Williamsburg favorite Marlow & Sons, an ode to chef Patch Troffer’s Japanese heritage and a new direction for the restaurant’s menu. “I like the process of just making the curry or any long process food that’s really warming and soulful,” Troffer says. “People are really open and excited about it, and for some of them, it’s their first time trying this food.” Here are all the specialty nights worth checking out at New York City restaurants right now. Read more…