Beginning Monday, March 21st, until March 31st, Brooklyn foodies will have a chance to eat large at a small price during “Dine in Brooklyn” Restaurant Week.
For ten days, participating restaurants will offer three-course meals (not including beverages, tax or gratuity) at $25 for dinner and $20.11 for lunch.
There are over 200 participating restaurants throughout the borough, including the popular Eamonn’s Irish-American restaurant in Brooklyn Heights; Autour de Monde French restaurant and The Five Spot soul food restaurant both in Clinton Hill, and Baluchi’s Indian restaurant in Park Slope.
In Bedford-Stuyvesant, participating restaurants include:
393 Lewis Avenue
415 Tompkins Avenue
609 Dekalb Avenue
Also, select establishments will be cooking up “two-fer” brunch and lunch menus this year—just $20.11 covers brunch and lunch for two—as well as two-for-$25 dinner menus. Offers vary by restaurant, so patrons should call in advance to verify their Dine in Brooklyn menus and reservation policies.
For more information and a full listing of places participating this year, check out the www.visitbrooklyn.org guide to Brooklyn Restaurant Week 2011.