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Summerlicious restaurants announced

Get those dialing digits ready: the city has released its list of the 150 restaurants participating in the seventh edition of Summerlicious, running July 3 to 19. Price points have increased over last year (as they did for Winterlicious), so expect to pay between $15 and $30 for a three-course lunch and between $25 and $45 for dinner.

Like every year, reservations at top-rated restos (Canoe, Sassafraz, Bymark) fill quickly. Similarly, buzzy Marc Thuet newcomer Conviction (still listed as Bite Me on the Summerlicious Web site) is expected to be flooded with requests. In-the-know diners will head to Far Niente to see how former Colborne Lane chef Frank Romano handles his new kitchen, and to Four, which recently welcomed Michael Stadtländer protégée Matt Rosen.

Reservations open on June 18, while American Express cardholders can jump the line and book on the 16th and 17th. Look for our recommendations for the best of Summerlicious soon. In the meantime, check out our list of prix fixe deals already on offer throughout the city.

UPDATE: Our picks for the best restaurants of Summerlicious are now up. Click here to see the list>>

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