Eat up

. May 16, 2012.

The time has come for Ann Arbor’s Restaurant Week. From Sunday, January 15, through Friday, January 20, Ann Arbor’s finest restaurants will open their doors to provide diners with three course dinner menus at fixed prices from restaurants including Mani Osteria & Bar, Arbor Brewing Company, The Arena, The Earle, Grange Kitchen & Bar, Jazzy Veggie, The Quarter Bistro and many more. Restaurants will offer menus — $12 for lunch and $25 for dinner — of specialty items from an open format which will allow patrons to create meals with one, two or three courses. For more info visit www.annarborrestaurantweek.com.

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