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Mon June 10, 2013
Restaurant Week is back in Ann Arbor
"One price dining, one week, several options."
It may not be the catchiest slogan, but Restaurant Week offers some enticing deals for foodies who frequent downtown Ann Arbor.
From June 9-14, participating restaurants offer lunch specials priced at two meals for $15, or $15 each, depending on the venue. Many lunches include the option of a soup or salad, as well as a main course.
Dinner deals are $28 for a three-course menu. Similarly, some restaurants offer two dinners for $28.
Restaurant week happens twice every year in June and December.
This week, diners can choose any of the 56 participating restaurants, including some newer places like Isalita, What Crepe? or NeoPapalis.
The dozens of menus can seem daunting, but Jessica Webster of Annarbor.com listed her top five choices, if you need some guidance.
Restaurant Weeks are appearing all over Michigan, including Detroit, Traverse City, and Grand Rapids.
- Lucy Perkins, Michigan Radio Newsroom
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