Eat out with Dine in Brooklyn

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Enoteca on Court

If there’s one dense, sluggish month that could use a jolt of cultural electricity, March is it. Other than St. Paddy’s Day, the month looked like 31 days of late-Winter doldrums with little to get us out and about to celebrate much at all. Enter Dine in Brooklyn, the seventh annual borough-wide celebration of Brooklyn and food. This year, more than 175 Brooklyn restaurants will offer specially-priced (i.e. cheaper) prix-fixe lunches and dinners all over the borough for 10 days. The event runs from Mar. 15 through Mar. 25, with three-course lunches priced at $20.10 and three-course dinners at $25.

The restaurant list includes Marco Polo Ristorante, Enoteca On Court, Dougies BBQ and Grill, ChipShop, Morton’s The Steakhouse, Moim, Picket Fence, Palo Santo, Waterfront Ale House, Petit Oven, Bussaco, Scopello, Bocca Lupo, Barrio, Graziella’s, Soule, First Oasis, Downtown Atlantic, The Woodburning Pit, Piramide, and many more.

This afternoon, BP Marty Markowitz will announce the rest of the event’s details, which we’ll bring to you à la carte later today. So check back for more.

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  1. AGAIN you list Brooklyn Brewery as being a part of this. A) they are not on the list b) they are not a restaurant. Why has this been posted and reposted? They are not on the list.

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