Eat and Drink Dine In Brooklyn: Pinto, BKW by Brooklyn Winery, more picks for the annual restaurant week By Melissa Kravitz Special to amNewYork March 19, 2017 5:28 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Cancel your Seamless order, you’re dining out tonight. NYC Restaurant Week may be over, but Dine In Brooklyn offers another opportunity for New Yorkers to taste the borough’s best eats — at a discount. An annual tradition since 2004, this borough-specific restaurant week encourages lazy Manhattanites to venture out to the county of Kings and tempts Brooklynites to leave the comfort zone of their five-block neighborhood radius. From March 20-30, enjoy a three-course prix-fixe dinner for $28, two-course lunch for $15 and brunch for $12 at 100-plus Brooklyn restaurants. For the full list, visit dineinbk.com Make a reservation at these hot spots to make the most of the special week. BKW by Brooklyn Winery Photo Credit: BKW by Brooklyn Winery The Williamsburg winery's first expansion into full-service dining, BKW, will host a three-course dinner Monday-Thursday during Dine In Brooklyn, featuring dishes like steamed mussels (pictured). Wines made in Brooklyn will of course sweeten the Brooklyn-ness of this meal, though you'll have to pay extra. (747 Franklin Ave., Crown Heights, 718-399-1700, bkwnyc.com) The Chinese Club Photo Credit: Chinese Club Former home to Malaysian restaurant Pasar Malam, this transformed Chinese restaurant serves dim sum, dumplings and noodles (like Darjeeling Hakka lo mein, pictured) along with recognizable Chinese dishes with a South Asian flare, like a tandoori kung bao chicken. (208 Grand St., Williamsburg, 718-487-4576, thechineseclubnyc.com) Pinto Photo Credit: MEREDITH DELISO This Brooklyn outpost of one of the West Village's first Thai restaurants will be serving up a sweet and spicy feast for Dine in Brooklyn. Course options include chicken satay, red pomelo salad with lime-red wine vinaigrette, crispy chicken with five seeds and local greens, lemongrass panna cotta and more. The restaurant is also known for its DIY Thai iced tea (pictured). (128 Montague St., Brooklyn Heights, 929-337-7732, pintonyc.com) No. 7 Restaurant Photo Credit: No. 7 Restaurant via Instagram The fancified version of the beloved sandwich mini chain No. 7 Sub, this Brooklyn outpost will offer course options including the double decker broccoli taco with black bean hummus and feta, cheeseburger with colby jack cheese, and a half chicken with lemongrass mashed potatoes and curry gravy. For dessert, another Brooklyn favorite: Four & Twenty Blackbirds pie. (7 Greene Ave., Fort Greene, 718-522-6370, no7restaurant.com) By Melissa Kravitz Special to amNewYork Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.