Detroit Restaurant Week Returns

Kathryn Hawkes

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Detroit Restaurant Week is back for 2017, with more mouth-watering options to tempt your tastebuds.
Photo credit: Detroit Restaurant Week
The 10-night celebration of fine dining takes place throughout Detroit Feb. 3-12. Established in 2009, the week draws food lovers from near and far, and also attracts an exciting list of new restaurants to participate.
This year’s lineup includes more than 26 participating restaurants with two different price points. Diners are able to enjoy fixed-price menus for $29 or $39.
The restaurants featuring $29 pricing include:
• Detroit Vegan Soul
• Mario’s
• Santorini Estiatorio
• The Block
• Traffic Jam & Snug
A sampling of the restaurants offering $39 pricing include:
• Chartreuse Kitchen & Cocktails
• Gold Cash Gold
• Grey Ghost
• Ottava Via
• Republic Tavern
• Roast
These are just a handful of the restaurants offering up delicious and unique menus. Each of the participating restaurant chefs get to select only the freshest ingredients for their specially-crafted menus, which gives them the opportunity to showcase their culinary skills and the season’s best offerings.
If the mouth-watering menus aren’t enough of a draw, Detroit Restaurant Week and its participants support Forgotten Harvest. Each dollar they raise provides enough food for five meals that can be donated to the emergency food pantries, soup kitchens, homeless and domestic shelters, children’s homes, senior centers and group homes the agency works with in metro Detroit.
Expect participating restaurants to be busy. Reservations are recommended to avoid a long wait and can be made through each restaurant directly. For a full list of participating restaurant menus or for more information, you can visit the Detroit Restaurant Week website.
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