Brooklyn eateries well-represented in Restaurant Week
New York City Restaurant Week is returning to in-person dining after 18 months, and 47 Brooklyn restaurants in 16 neighborhoods, stretching from Williamsburg to Bed-Stuy to Gravesend, are taking part in the annual promotion from NYC & Company.
Restaurants taking part in the event, which will take place from Monday, July 19 to Sunday, Aug. 22, will offer lunches for either $21 or $39 and dinners for either $21 or $39, depending on the individual restaurant’s price points.
Restaurant Week is also, for the first time, offering a Signature Dining Experience priced at $125. In general, diners will have their choice of indoor or outdoor dining.
Diners can enjoy more than 40 distinct cuisines throughout the city. Saturdays are blacked out, while Sundays are optional.
Brooklyn restaurants taking part in restaurant week can be found in Bay Ridge, Bed-Stuy, Boerum Hill, Bushwick, Cobble Hill, Crown Heights, Downtown Brooklyn, East Williamsburg, Fort Greene, Gowanus, Gravesend, Prospect Heights, Park Slope, Sunset Park, Williamsburg and Windsor Terrace.
Among the best-known Brooklyn restaurants being represented are the Greenhouse Café in Bay Ridge, De Mole in Williamsburg, the Meatball Shop in Williamsburg, the Brooklyn Winery in Williamsburg, Giando on the Water in Williamsburg, Junior’s in Downtown Brooklyn, Hunter’s Steak and Ale House in Bay Ridge, BK Lobster (two locations), Tacocina in Williamsburg and The Kitchen in Cobble Hill.
“NYC Restaurant Week returns once again this summer taking on new resonance as a celebration of the City’s remarkable and resilient culinary community, and an opportunity to bring friends and family back together in support,” said Fred Dixon, president and CEO of NYC & Company, the city’s official marketing and tourism arm.
This year’s Restaurant Week is being sponsored by Mastercard. More information and registration are available here.
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