NYC Restaurant week kicks off

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New York City restaurant week kicked off Monday, and Brooklyn boasts a number of award-winning, mouth-watering restaurants.

Hot spots like Leuca in Williamsburg are among the seven in Brooklyn offering great food at special prices for the event. About 400 eateries are taking part citywide, and some diners tell News 12 they wish there were more places participating in the borough.

Participating restaurants are offering discounts of 20 percent or more on three-course meals.

Restaurant managers say they use the 25-year-old restaurant week program to promote their menu offerings and attract new clientele.

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