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Hot Drink Specials and Fire pits only at Mangoseed + Zurilee

BROOKLYN, N.Y. - eTradeWire -- Labor Day has passed, Summer is "over" but instead of moving on to indoor activities, Mangoseed + Zurilee Restaurant is still having fun outdoors. This Saturday, September 18th, 2021, we will reopen our backyard seating for Fall. The weather continues to be beautiful, which is reason enough to keep enjoying outdoor dining in Brooklyn. But the restaurant is making things even more festive for Fall. Our backyard seating features four toasty fire pits and specialty hot cocktails that will keep customers warm as chilly nights start to set in. Happy hour specials last from 4pm-7pm Tuesday through Friday, and our hot cocktail menu features spiked cider, delicious mulled wine, and more.

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The Mangoseed + Zurilee backyard is a fun thing to do in the city when many things are still closed down from the Covid-19 pandemic. Afternoon hours of 4pm- 10pm Tuesday through Saturday, make it a convenient place to eat and drink for tourists and locals alike. The restaurant is near Prospect Park, the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens, the Brooklyn Museum, and Kings Theater. Conveniently located at 755 Flatbush Avenue, Mangoseed + Zurilee is also just steps away from the Lefrak center (the ice skating rink in Prospect Park) and the famed historical Church on Church Avenue.

Mangoseed +Zurilee was founded as Mangoseed Restaurant, in 2009. At the time, it was the first dine-in restaurant in the neighborhood. Recently, Mangoseed re-branded as Mangoseed + Zurilee, combining its menu with its sister restaurant's menu. Its offering of wood-fired pizzas and caribbean-inspired dishes make it a must-try spot for anyone passing through the neighborhood in Brooklyn fondly known as Little Caribbean.

Learn more at http://www.mangoseedbrooklyn.com

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