2017 Ann Arbor Restaurant Week – Part 1

. December 29, 2016.
January’s bi-annual Ann Arbor Restaurant Week is going to fill you up
January’s bi-annual Ann Arbor Restaurant Week is going to fill you up

January’s bi-annual Ann Arbor Restaurant Week is going to fill you up. With many area restaurants participating, you’re only limited by your appetite. A three-course menu allows you to pay a set price for a lunch or dinner developed specially by each location. A portion of the proceeds from participating restaurants will be donated to Food Gatherers, which donates over 6 million pounds of food to low-income families annually. Many of the restaurants will take reservations and a full menu will also be available at each location. To partake of the feast, simply go to the restaurant of your choice during the week and ask for their Restaurant Week menu option. Treat yourself right.

January 15-20. $15/lunch $28/dinner
734-668-7112 ext. 222 | annarborrestaurantweek.com

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