Those who didn't get their fill of restaurant bargains between Restaurant Week and Chinatown Restaurant Week have another set of deals to devour. That's right, the ninth annual Dine In Brooklyn kicks off on Monday, March 19th and runs through the 29th. Over 195 restaurants are participating this year [PDF], offering brunches for two for $20.12, and three-course lunches and dinners for $20.12 and $25.

The whole of King's County is represented this year with everything from Japanese joints in Bay Ridge to classic red-sauce Italian spots in Williamsburg (and everything in between). The annual deal-lovers dream gives the budget conscious a chance to check out places they might normally be priced out of. The River Cafe by Fulton Landing, for instance, normally charges $36 for its prix fixe lunch but is chopping the price down to $20.12 for the week.

If you are interested in trying the deals at some of the hotter spots, like Blue Ribbon Brooklyn or al di la in Park Slope, however, we definitely suggest you make yourself a reservation. And don't forget to tip your waiters generously—these things are rough on them!

Meanwhile, in case you missed him, here's Brooklyn mascot Borough President Marty Markowitz introducing the deal: