'Dine In Brooklyn' Event Serves Up Prixe Fixe Deals
Linen napkin dining at paper napkin prices - that's the idea behind this year's edition of "Dine In Brooklyn".
Now through the end of March, restaurants across the borough are offering prix fixe three-course dinners for $28, lunches for $15, and $12 weekend brunches.
Boqueria is one of 90 restaurants participating, having recently opened a new location at Fort Greene's Gotham Market.
Organizers say it's the perfect chance to check out some new flavors.
"On 19th street for the last ten years, we have a devoted following and we want to create one here. We want to give people a chance to try us out, and we're confident they'll come back," said Boqueria Owner Yann de Rochefort.
"There's just this mixture of taste, and we're really exploring not only our lifestyle diversity we're exploring food, and how food brings people together and how really to break down those walls and those barriers," said Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams.
For a complete list of restaurants, check out dineinbk.com.
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