"Brooklyn, your table is waiting!" bellows Borough President Marty Markowitz as Kings County gets ready to kick off its seventh annual restaurant-week-esque extravaganza on Monday. The event runs through March 25th, and while the prix fixe dinner is two dollars more than last year, a three-course dinner for $25 still isn't a bad deal. Lunch is $20.10. You can see a list of the more than 175 participating restaurants here, as long as a little PDF doesn't scare ya'.

Marty also says some restaurants are doing two-fer deals, but call ahead to check and to make reservations. A few are also giving a portion of their proceeds to the Share the Table Hunger Campaign. And unlike Manhattan's Restaurant Week, Dine-In Brooklyn usually doesn't get an extension, so get there soon!