Myrtle Avenue is a beautiful place to explore, offering a pleasant shopping experience and great places to grab a quick bite or stay a while to dine. And that is why we are excited to announce Myrtle Avenue Restaurant Week for the First Time Ever. This is the perfect opportunity to explore Myrtle Avenue.
Myrtle Avenue Restaurant Week
This February, Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn Partnership presents its first-ever Myrtle Avenue Restaurant Week 2023, launching on February 17th through February 26th, with nine  participating restaurants all located on Myrtle Avenue, crossing through the Fort Greene and Clinton Hill neighborhoods of Brooklyn, New York. Myrtle Avenue Restaurant Week features the perfect melting pot of cultures synonymous with Brooklyn’s Dining experience.
“We’re excited for our first Restaurant Week to give diners a chance to save money on great food and drink options on Myrtle Avenue, enjoying dinner at either stand-by favorites or a brand-new restaurant. With a great mix of cuisines, I’m looking forward to getting out of the house and trying something different every night this week!” says Chad Purkey, BID Executive Director of Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn Partnership.
Diners will have a chance to experience diverse Cuisine, from neighborhood staples Putnam’s Pub and Castro’s to the critically-acclaimed Casa Nono to newcomer Lula Mae and photo-worthy Glin Thai Bistro. Each participating Restaurant is offering sit-down dinner with a price point of $20, $30, or $40
Here is the list of Restaurants Participating in Myrtle Avenue Restaurant Week.
There are nine participating restaurants, from Cambodian to Italian Cuisines. Read on for a little about each Restaurant.
Visit Casa Nono for Authentic Mexican Cuisine—It is one of Brooklyn’s Hidden gems. It features a lively vibe and creates its meals with fresh ingredients. The Camarones are made with savory Grilled Shrimp, aromatic Salsa Macha, Pomegranate, Cilantro, Vidalia Onion, Mango, Apple, Habanero, and Corn Tostada. To the Paella Nono made with flavorful Red Mexican Rice, Shrimp, Mussels, Clams, Chorizo, Chicken, and Sweet Green Pea.
There is something for everyone—explore the menu.
499 Myrtle Avenue [corner of Ryerson Street]—Clinton Hill
If you are looking for a late-night bite, then Castro’s is the place—a beloved neighborhood staple. Castro’s offers Authentic, delicious Mexican Cuisine. In addition, it is the perfect place to Indulge in a scrumptious Mexican breakfast [Heuvos Con Chorize is my favorite] or gather with friends for some of the best Tamales [Rajas Con Queso].
The menu is extensive, and the service is always A++.
511 Myrtle Avenue [between Ryerson & Grand]—Clinton Hill
DunHuang Miss Noodles
If you are looking for welcoming service, and affordable, simple, and delicious dishes, you must visit DunHuang Miss Noodles. You will not be disappointed—great lunch specials and almost every noodle dish on the menu will make you visit again and again.
Dunhuang Miss Noodle
531 Myrtle [between Grand & Steuben]—Clinton Hills
Glin Thai Bistro
If you are craving a quiet space with warm and friendly service, you MUST visit Glin Thai Bistro. The food is excellent, and it is a delightful place to dine. The space has a Romantic undertone that makes it the perfect date night option. Order the curry puffs, Pla Neung Manow, crab curry, and steamed fish. They are all deliciously made and flavorful.
Glin Thai Bistro
330 Myrtle Avenue [between Washington Pk & Carlton]—Fort Greene
Clinton Hill newcomer Lula Mae serves modern Cambodian dishes bringing a unique and different take to NYC’s Restaurant scene. The Duck Salat with Market Greens is rumored to be quite extraordinary, and a MUST ordered—a duck breast served on a bed of five types of market greens and a special crying tiger sauce. The crying tiger sauce is a brew of flavors from heat to sweet, making the dish much more special.
472 Myrtle Avenue [between Washington & Hall]—Clinton Hill
This Restaurant has been on our list for a while, and we are excited to try them during Myrtle Avenue Restaurant Week. We have heard only good things about the Restaurant and Chef Raffaele Solonas. Osteria Brooklyn features a menu that offers a blend of classic and contemporary Italian Cuisine.
458 Myrtle Avenue [between Waverly & Washington]—Clinton Hill
“The” Myrtle Avenue Neighborhood staple for the perfect date night, a night out with friends, or solo dates. Putnam’s Pub features a space that is cozy, lively, friendly, and homey. The staff is kind and attentive without being overbearing.
The food and drink menu complements each other well—everything on the menu is delicious and has the perfect balance of taste and flavor. There is Bottomless Brunch every Saturday and Sunday, Unlimited Oysters every Thursday, and Happy Hour at Putnam’s Pub.
419 Myrtle Avenue [corner of Clinton Avenue]—Clinton Hill
Spice & Grill
Find the perfect blend of quiet, peacefulness, taste, traditions, and hospitality at Spice & Grill. The menu features diverse flavors influenced by regional cuisines found in modern-day India. Blending Nepalese and Indian Cuisines to bring you the best of both worlds.
You will find the best Chicken Tikka, Chicken Tikka Masala, and spicy vegetable Momo. And do not forget to try the seafood.
Spice & Grill
441 Myrtle Avenue [corner of Waverly Avenue]—Clinton Hill
A neighborhood gem with a charming and cozy atmosphere offering Japanese food. U-gu represents five kinds of grains in Asian food—rice, wheat, beans, corn, and flour- essential ingredients for daily living. The Restaurant aims to bring happiness and health to each diner.
The staff is friendly and attentive, and the dishes are made with fresh and high-quality seafood. It is the perfect place for sushi or sashimi. In addition to sushi, there are delicious tuna tartare, salmon tataki, and so much more to choose from.
541 Myrtle Avenue [between Steuben & Emerson]—Clinton Hill
About Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn Partnership
The Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn Partnership, a local business improvement district (BID), fosters an inclusive, vibrant community anchored by Myrtle Avenue. They do this by engaging and supporting their neighbors, cultivating partnerships, building community capacity, identifying needs, and providing services that connect their neighbors to resources and opportunities.
Myrtle Avenue Restaurant Week, presented by the Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn Partnership. February 17 to 26, 2023. Hours may vary per participating Restaurant
Please note ax and Gratuity are not included with the meal.