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Myrtle Avenue Restaurant Week brings worldly flavors to Brooklyn

News 12’s Shakti Denis spoke with the staff at Lula Mae restaurant to see what they’re bringing to the table for restaurant week.

News 12 Staff

Feb 24, 2024, 1:48 AM

Updated 144 days ago

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Brooklyn residents can come to Clinton Hill and Fort Greene to experience worldly cuisine, as 15 restaurants are taking part in this year's Myrtle Avenue Restaurant Week.
"There are nine country-specific cuisines. There’s Cambodian, Indian, Nepalese, which is also very unique, Italian, Mexican, Japanese," said James Hoban, the special projects manager at the Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn Partnership. "You can try something from literally anywhere in the world."
Each restaurant offers a 3-course dinner deal for $20, $30, or $40, depending on the restaurant.
Myrtle Avenue Restaurant Week goes on until Sunday, February 25.


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