By Jeffrey Buck
If you’re a fan of dining out at upscale restaurants at discounted rates, then you’re in luck, as over the next three weeks some of the finest dining establishments in metro Detroit will showcase their wares to patrons during three separate restaurant weeks.
Following Troy will be Royal Oak Restaurant Week starting on March 25th and lasting till April 2nd. The nine-day event will offer those looking to dine at some of Royal Oak’s hottest restaurants a fixed three-course-meal menu. The discounted rates will rang between $15 and $25 per person. These prices do not include gratuity, tax or drinks.
This event is in taking place in conjunction with the 4th annual Garden Fresh Laugh Detroit Comedy Festival. The festival will be running from March 27th to April 2nd. Venues include the Royal Oak Music Theater and Mark Ridley’s Comedy Castle. Tickets are $10 per show.
For more information about Restaurant Week, including Menus click here.
For more information about Laugh Detroit Comedy Festival, including show times click here.
Rounding out the festivities will be Detroit Restaurant Week being held from April 1st to the 10th. As with past years, dinners will be offered a special menu at select participating restaurants offering three-course-meals for $28 per person–not including tax, gratuity and beverages. The event is put on by Paxahau Event Productions in collaboration with the Greater Downtown Districts, which include Downtown, Midtown, Corktown, Eastern Market and New Center.
18 restaurants will be participating in this years 4th annual spring edition of Detroit Restaurant Week. Restaurants include Angelina Italian Bistro, Caucus Club, Cuisine, Rattlesnake Club, Roma Cafe, Saltwater, The Whitney and several others.
According to their website, the event has generated $1.5 million in sales for participating restaurants since 2009 and has seen some 85,000 people participate.
For more information about what restaurants are participating and the menus click here.
This is always a good time to check out restaurants that you might otherwise ignore because of the prices. The drawback is that reservations will be at a premium, so I would recommend choosing when and where you want to go ASAP and get those reservations in. I hope everyone participates; let us know where you went and what you thought!