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5 Kosher Restaurants Participating in Dine-In Brooklyn Event in August

Brooklyn’s answer to NYC’s Restaurant Week (which only has one kosher restaurant participating this summer, and typically where none participate) is a 12 day event known as Dine-In Brooklyn.

Dine-In Brooklyn officially starts tomorrow, Thursday 8/11, and ends on Monday 8/22.

Similar to NYC Restaurant Week, restaurants offer fixed price meals during the duration of the promotional period, which are specific menus with few choices. Diners can choose items from the regular menu, but will pay for those dishes in addition to the prix fixe deal.

dine-in-brooklyn-kosher-restaurantsThe official pricing is as follows, per person, for all participating restaurants:

  • $28 Three Course DINNERS
  • $15 Two Course LUNCHES
  • $12 Weekend BRUNCHES

NOTE: Keep in mind that if a restaurant is not open for that particular meal, than that offer obviously isn’t available at that restaurant.

As of the writing of this post, there are 5 kosher restaurants participating in the Dine-In Brooklyn promotion (Hashgacha listed in parentheses):

  1. Blueberry Cafe – a modern dairy restaurant serving Italian, American and Israeli dishes in Midwood (R’ Yisroel Gornish)
  2. Brooklyn Artisan Bakehouse – a new artisan bakeshop and café in Crown Heights (OK Kosher)
  3. Glatt A La Carte – classy steakhouse and sushi restaurant located in Borough Park (R’ Yechiel Babad)
  4. T Fusion Steakhouse – elegant steakhouse serving unique seasonal cuisine in Marine Park (R’ Yisroel Gornish)
  5. The V Spot – Latin organic vegan cuisine, located in Park Slope (IKC)

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Dani Klein

Dani Klein founded YeahThatsKosher in 2008 as a global kosher restaurant & travel resource for the Jewish community.

He is passionate about traveling the world, good kosher food / restaurants, social media & the web, technology, hiking, strategy games, and spending time with his friends & family.

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  • One of the nice things about Blueberry is that they have self-serve ice cream machines, which you select and add toppings and pay by weight. Like 16handles but all Chalav Yisrael. It is small but the food really seems good. I have never tried Artisanal Bakehouse that must be new.