Brooklyn's Restaurants have already taken a hit from the economic situation. People are just not spending as much, and better restaurants in Brooklyn Heights and Park Slope like Henry's End, Petit Marche, Noodle Pudding, Tempo, Convivium, Saul, Grocery, et al are reporting business down 20-30%. Lower end places are doing even worse. Many of the lower end places doubt they will be able to survive.
So, what can we do to help support our favorites now that Valentine's Day is upon us.
Almost all the above mentioned restaurants are offering special Prix Fixe menus from $45-$60.
Where will you be dining with your Sweetheart Saturday night?
A good time to visit TEMPO, where Robert and Michael have donated their entire restaurant to a Charity called "Modest Needs". They are now on salary, the employees will all keep their jobs and your dinner check is 70% tax deductable, as if we need additional incentive to dine on their fabulous food.