Everyone is searching for a five-star meal without the Manhattan crowds and prices. Good news, starving readers: Dine in Brooklyn is back!

From Monday, March 20th to Thursday, March 30th, you can enjoy dozens of restaurants with the borough’s best bites on a budget. At $28 for a three-course dinner, $15 for a two-course lunch, and $12 for a weekend brunch, this is the right time to enjoy award-winning flavors with family and friends.

Are you itching for Italian? Try Gran Sasso in Williamsburg. Aching for Asian fusion? Check out Bunsmith in Crown Heights. Have a soft spot for some Spanish fare? Visit Boqueria in Fort Greene. With so many top-rated eateries participating from Carroll Gardens to Coney Island, your next great food memory may be just a short stroll away.

Dine In Brooklyn also allows diners a grand chance to support small businesses and the thousands of men and women that the hospitality industry employs across the borough. Best of all, it’s free for restaurants to participate, so they get the best benefit from their hungry patrons! It’s all made possible by Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams, in partnership with the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce and with exclusive sponsorship from Visa.

So make sure to get a table for Brooklyn’s premiere restaurant week celebrating and promoting local foodie culture. Visit dineinbk.com today to plan your culinary adventures, and use the hashtag #DineInBK on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to share your favorite eating experiences.

This post is brought to you by Dine In Brooklyn.