Dine-In Brooklyn Starts Today

By , 21 March, 2011, 3 Comments

Just a reminder: Dine-In Brooklyn begins today. Our very own version of Manhattan’s Restaurant Week, this 10-day event allows you to go forth and eat cheap at some of the borough’s finest and most talked-about eateries. For a complete list, visit www.visitbrooklyn.org, then head out for prix fixe lunches ($20.11), dinners ($25) and two-for-one brunches until 31 March. In addition to local fan favorites like Strong Place, Quercy, Bino, Alma, Chestnut and Seersucker–you can also pop into a few of our faves, like Lunetta, Hibino, Morton’s Brooklyn, Alma and Bocca Lupo.

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