Dine-In Brooklyn for $23

Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz gets a taste of Brooklyn.

I’m a big fan of D.C.’s Restaurant Week, where foodies can eat a multi-course meal at some of the city’s greatest restaurants for a set price (this year it was $20.08 for lunch, $30.08 for dinner).

Brooklyn has a similar deal, the fifth-annual Dine-In Brooklyn, which started on March 24th and goes through this Monday the 31st. Patrons dining at some 200 Brooklyn restaurants (including Michelin-rated spots) get a three-course prix-fixe meal for only $23. For a list of the restaurants and a map of their locations, click here, or search by neighborhood here.

Photo: Kathryn Kirk

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