Detroit Restaurant Week is coming back around with another round of delicious, fine dining for Detroiters.
The bi-annual event will be held between Sept. 28 through Oct. 7 at 17 high-end restaurants throughout Detroit.
"We have a very strong slate of restaurants," says Dana Boyette, project manager of Detroit Restaurant Week
. "Detroit Restaurant Week is always going to be strong. It's always going to be about fine dining. There are only so many restaurants that fit that bill around here."
Among those are the 24Grille
in Westin Book Cadillac Detroit, Andiamo Detroit Riverfront
at the Renaissance Center, Angelina Italian Bistro
overlooking Grand Circus Park, Atlas Global Bistro
on Woodward in Midtown, Caucus Club
in the Penobscot Building, Cliff Bell’s
in downtown, Coach Insignia
at the Ren Cen, Cuisine
in New Center, Da Edoardo Foxtown Grille
in the Fox Theater, Detroit Seafood Market
in the Paradise Valley district, Fountain Bistro
in Campus Martius Park, Iridescence
in the Motor City Casino, La Dolce Vita
in Palmer Park, the Rattlesnake Club
in Stroh River Place, Roast
in the Westin Book Cadillac Detroit, Roma Cafe
in Eastern Market and The Whitney
Organizers also made an effort to make sure each restaurant will offer vegetarian options for its patrons. Each meal costs $30.
Detroit Restaurant Week is a spin-out of Paxahau
. It has been working with the Detroit Downtown Partnership to make the event happen. It has has four people working on it.
Source: Dana Boyette, project manager of Detroit Restaurant Week
Writer: Jon Zemke
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