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Celebrate the Best Brooklyn Eateries During Dine In Brooklyn

February 23, 2017
Looking north at Brooklyn Bridge, spanning East River between Brooklyn & Manhattan, New York City, New York County, NY. View of Brooklyn tower emerging behind nineteenth century commercial buildings on the corner of Front Street and Old Fulton Street (also called Cadman Plaza West).

Looking north at Brooklyn Bridge

Brooklyn is going out to dinner. Borough President Eric Adams announced this year’s incarnation of “Dine in Brooklyn,” a ten-day festival of the borough’s best restaurants.

“Dine in Brooklyn celebrates the five-star flavors that make Brooklyn a ‘must-taste’ destination,” Adams said in the announcement.
“Our restaurants fuel our borough’s economic engine, and this event is an opportunity to support their continued growth while encouraging diners to discover — or rediscover — their favorite Brooklyn dish. Most importantly, Dine In Brooklyn fosters the connections and memories that make ‘One Brooklyn’ like no place else on the globe.”

Beginning on March 20, and ending ten days later on March 30, Brooklyn’s restaurants (that sign up) will offer a special dinner for a pre-arranged price of $28 (not including gratuity or tax). Some establishments will also offer a $15 lunch and a $12 brunch, so there is no reason not to join in the fun.

So far there are already 60 restaurants signed up, with more on the way. The list will grow until the deadline for sign-up on March 13.

At least two great Clinton Hill restaurants are participating:

  • Rustik Tavern
  • Wray’s Caribbean and Seafood Cuisine

So either go to the website to find out which restaurants are participating, and come celebrate the best tastes in Brooklyn.

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