Get your appetite ready, North Brooklyn. NYC Restaurant Week returns for the summer. The culinary event and tradition, which happens twice a year (winter and summer), is taking place this summer from July 18 – August 21.

NYC Restaurant Week is celebrating its 30th anniversary with 30 days of great restaurants. Some restaurants are serving $30 dollar wine bottles for the occasion. The culinary event was created in 1992 as a one time event to welcome the Democratic National Convention (DNC) and has continued ever since for diners to explore NYC restaurants.

So for all my Greenpoint and Williamsburg foodies, here’s a list of North Brooklyn restaurants you can eat at to celebrate 30 years of NYC Restaurant Week. Now’s your chance to maybe try that Michelin guide-recommended restaurant you’ve always wanted to. Or other much-talked-about restaurants.

During NYC Restaurant Week, the prix-fixe brunch, lunch and dinner menus (two and three courses) range from these three prices: $30, $45 and $60. You can check out the prix-fixe menus on the restaurant’s website, social media, or on the NYC Restaurant Week’s website. The prix-fixe menu is from Monday through Friday. Saturdays are excluded, and Sundays are optional depending on the restaurant.

For folks with Mastercard, when you register your Mastercard and use it at a participating restaurant during NYC Restaurant Week, you’ll earn a $10 statement credit on each in-person dining transaction of $45 or more. There is a three-meal ($30) redemption limit per customer. The offer is valid until July 31.


You can check out and book other restaurants (in other boroughs, if you’re feeling adventurous), here. NYC Restaurant Week’s website even has curated collections to check out, such as “Dress to the Occasion” to “Lunch Break” if you need something more specific. Go forth and eat on, North Brooklyn.

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