ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Treat yourself, support local restaurants and sample some of Ann Arbor’s best eats during the return of Ann Arbor Restaurant Week.
Between Feb. 21-26, Tree Town eateries will be offering special multi-course menus, family-sized to-go meals and offer food and drink demonstrations.
Traditionally, Ann Arbor Restaurant Week specials have revolved around fixed prices. This year, instead of sticking to a budget, participating chefs and eateries have been given the freedom to highlight what they do best instead, so expect good things.
Get a family-size to-meal from Slurping Turtle, Gandy Dancer and Palio, or check out food and drink demonstrations at Vinology, Bløm Meadworks and Zingerman’s Delicatessen.
Those wanting to dine-in can anticipate special two- or three-course meals at Blue Nile, Zingerman’s Roadhouse, Shalimar’s and Weber’s Restaurant, among many others.
The annual foodie celebration coincides with the first-ever Ann Arbor Hotel Week which focuses on the area’s hotel and hospitality industry.
Restaurant Week is organized by the Main Street Area Association.