For Brooklyn foodies, it’s the most wonderful time of the year.
More than 200 restaurants will participate in Dine in Brooklyn, a 10-day feast of discounted prices at restaurants all across the borough starting March 21. There will be three-course dinner menus for $25, three-course lunches for $20.11, and even some two-for-the-price-of-one deals.
“Foodies, start your engines,” said Borough President Markowitz. “Whether you fancy the French fare in Brooklyn’s Bastille Day hot spot, Carroll Gardens, or you want to savor a little sushi, ‘bib up’ for barbeque, ‘mangia’ some mostacholi, sample ethnic food from everywhere on the planet, find the newest, freshest seasonal, locally-sourced artisanal menus, or you are simply looking for comfort food, American-style — in Brooklyn your table is waiting!”
You can find tables at restaurants in nearly every neighborhood, including such Dine in Brooklyn veterans as the Greenhouse Café and Tanoreen in Bay Ridge and the River Café in Brooklyn Heights. Some of the borough’s newest restaurants are also joining the party, including Park Slope’s Soigne, Strong Place in Carroll Gardens and Loreley Williamsburg.
“It’s always good to have new people come to the restaurant,” said Loreley Williamsburg manager Doug Jacobson. “Dine in Brooklyn’s always a good time.”
Dine is Brooklyn is from March 21 to March 31 at participating restaurants. For info, visit www.visitb
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