Feast Week

. May 23, 2012.
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Food-lovers rejoice, the month of June is here and with it comes Ann Arbor's highly-anticipated Restaurant Week. Running June 10 through the 15, more than 40 of the most diverse local eateries will prepare an array of tasty items designed exclusively for the occasion.

Customers can purchase from a $12 lunch menu or a slightly heftier $25 dinner option which features a three-course meal. Arranged by the Main Street Area Association, Restaurant week (also offered in January) is undeniably the way to experience Ann Arbor's finest dining, whether it's sampling unfamiliar dishes that have piqued your interest or making delicious new discoveries at an old favorite. Due to the high-volume of interest, reservations should be made in advance with a participating restaurant.

Lunch $12; Dinner $25. 734-668-7112  annarborrestaurantweek.com

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