Grand Street Restaurant Week is back, and they’ve got some new participants this year to help you explore the vibrant dining corridor that stretches from Union to Bushwick Avenues.
Between August 21 and 27, diners can eat at a number of Grand Street restaurants for $9-30 in a prix fixe menu extravaganza. Lunches will cost between $9 and $15 for two courses, and dinners will run between $12 and $30 for three courses. The whole list is here.
New additions to the event include Wafa’s Express, Ammazza Caffe and Lolita Grand. But if you’re a creature of comfort, old standbys like Masha & the Bear and Ryujin are here for you. Even though Le Barricou is one of the more expensive options, the menu includes the burger as an entree option, and it comes highly recommended.
You can also win a $50 dining gift card as part of the Grand Street Business Improvement District’s Instagram contest. Participants can tag their prix fixe feast between August 21 and 27 on Instagram with the hashtag #DineonGrand and @GrandStreetBID for a chance to snag the big prize!
Featured image courtesy of Masha and the Bear.