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Grand Street Summer Restaurant Week Kicks Off, 3-Course Dinners Starting at $12

Grand Street Summer Restaurant Week

Aug. 14, 2018 By Nathaly Pesantez

Grand Street’s Summer Restaurant Week has just begun, with 15 restaurants participating in a two-week event and serving up lunch and dinners starting at $10.

The culinary event, with 15 participating restaurants, kicked off yesterday and will go through Aug. 26.

The restaurants are all on Grand Street between Union Avenue and Bushwick Avenue in East Williamsburg, corresponding to the boundaries of the Grand Street BID, the restaurant week organizers that work to bolster business in the area.

Participating restaurants serve cuisine ranging from Mexican, Japanese, Mediterranean, Italian, and more, with several locations offering both multi-course lunch and dinner specials.

Two-course lunches range from $10 to $15, with seven restaurants offering the option. All restaurants will offer three course dinners between $12 and $35. Dinner at Le Barricou, a French bistro, will go for $35, while the Tacos Project will offer dinner at $11.

The prices are per person, for sit-down orders only, and cannot be shared.

The summer version of the Grand Street Restaurant Week is in its fourth year, with this event being the first to go on for two weeks.

Restaurant Week go-ers can also score a $50 Grand Street restaurant gift card by uploading photos of their meals to Instagram, including the #DineOnGrand hashtag, and tagging the Grand Street BID.

In addition, a block party and fair will be held this Saturday on Grand Street between Bushwick and Graham Avenues from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The Grand Street BID says the event will feature 75 vendors, bounce houses, face painting, and more for all to enjoy before going out to a restaurant week dinner at the same site.

See below for a list of participating restaurants and lunch and dinner prices. For each restaurant’s menu, visit

Los Tacos-Bar McOndo:  Lunch $14 | Dinner $26
Ryujin: Dinner $25
Dar 525: Dinner $20
Le Barricou: Dinner $35
Forcella: Dinner $30
Haab: Lunch $14 | Dinner $24
Thompson Brooke: Dinner $23
The Sandwich Shop: Lunch $14.75 | Dinner$17.75
Bahia: Dinner $22
Ammazzacaffe: Dinner $35
Grand Morelos: Lunch $9.95 | Dinner $17.75
Indian Kitchen: Lunch/Dinner for 1 $12, for 2 $22, for 3 $30
Masha and the Bear: Lunch $15 | Dinner $30
Thip Osha: Dinner $19
Tacos Project: Lunch/Dinner for $11

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