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Planning my birthday brunch/dinner

chocokitty | Sep 25, 200812:33 PM     4

Hi 'hounders,

Technically, I'm not too familiar with Brooklyn's food scene but I'm willing to expand my dining options since I have a few friends living out there. I'm trying to plan my birthday lunch or dinner that's going to take place in less than two months and I would like to have your suggestions.

Here's some restrictions to make this a bit easier:
- Under $35 pp (not including drinks)
- Cuisines can be anything, as long as it's good
- Prefer within the nabes of Williamsburg and Park Slope
- Atmosphere can range from casual to slightly upscale

Thanks in advance!
Tina
http://thewanderingeater.wordpress.com

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