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Grand Street’s Winter Restaurant Week Kicks Off, Three Course Dinners Starting at $13

Grand Street Restaurant Week flyer (via Instagram)

Jan. 29, 2018  By Nathaly Pesantez

Restaurant Week has returned to Grand Street for a fifth winter, with over a dozen restaurants offering lunch and dinner specials starting at $8 and $13, respectively.

The event, organized by the Grand Street Business Improvement District, will actually feature two weeks worth of dining specials, as it lasts until Feb. 11.

A variety of cuisines are available to choose from, ranging from Japanese food at Ryujin, Mediterranean and Middle Eastern food at Dar525, French cuisine at Le Barricou, and Salvadoran food at Bahia.

Ramen from Ryujin, a participating restaurant (via Yelp)

The 13 restaurants within the BID’s six blocks will either offer a two-course lunch priced between $8 and $13, or three-course dinner special from #13 to $30. Some restaurants like Masha & The Bear, serving traditional Russian, and Indian Kitchen, offer both specials.

Winter Restaurant Week diners can also win a $50 restaurant gift card toward their favorite restaurant. Participants need only to tag the Grand Street BID (@GrandStreetBID) and include the hashtag #DineOnGrand when they upload a photo of their restaurant week meals to Instagram.

For a full list of participating restaurants, including menus and times of restaurant week service, visit the Grand Street BID online.

The Grand Street BID, which works to promote businesses in its area, extends six blocks from Union Avenue all the way to Bushwick Avenue, including all properties with frontage on Grand Street.


Grand Street Restaurant Week Instagram contest

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