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CCX Media: Authentic Cuisine Shines in Brooklyn Park’s Restaurant Week, Sept. 14-20

This week is restaurant week in Brooklyn Park, an opportunity to celebrate not only the city’s rich diversity, but also its diversity in dining. There are more than 100 restaurants in the city, many of them family owned. All of them are counting on customers to survive these tough times due to COVID-19.

“We’ve all been at home a lot. And we’re all doing a lot cooking, I think everyone’s sick of doing dishes. It’s a great excuse to try some different restaurants,” said Natalie Conrad with Minneapolis Northwest Tourism, which also promoting restaurants through its World Flavors campaign.

Conrad says you don’t have to travel far to experience foods and flavors from around the world.

“A lot of people are not aware how diverse Brooklyn Park is and how great that makes the community and how rich in culture that makes all the businesses,” said Conrad.

See the full article on CCX Media here.

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