Detroit’s annual fall restaurant week kicks off Sept. 28 and runs for 10 days through Oct. 7, offering guests three-course dinners for a fixed price of $30 at 17 of the city’s best dining destinations.
This fall’s event marks the first price increase for the dining promotion since fall 2010, when it was $28.
“Restaurant prices have been going up, and we felt this was a modest increase,” said spokesman James Canning.
Seventeen restaurants are participating, four fewer than last spring. Some regular participants are temporarily closed for remodeling and some have shifted away from fine dining.
Reservations are still strongly recommended. The event gives guests a more affordable way to try higher-end restaurants they may not have visited before — or return to a favorite place. Last spring’s edition of the twice-yearly event attracted 38,000 guests.
Here's the list of restaurants participating this year; click their names to learn more about each: 24Grille, Andiamo Detroit Riverfront, Angelina Italian Bistro, Atlas Global Bistro, Caucus Club, Cliff Bell’s, Coach Insignia, Cuisine, Da Edoardo Foxtown Grille, Detroit Seafood Market, Fountain Bistro, Iridescence, La Dolce Vita, Rattlesnake Club, Roast, Roma Café and The Whitney.
For full details and menus, when they become available, see detroitrestaurantweek.com. Reservations can be made on the site or by contacting restaurants directly. Note that prices do not include taxes, tips or beverages.
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