Cliff Bells, The Whitney to Participate in 13th Annual Detroit Restaurant Week


The 10-day event, which features various restaurants in the city, will be held Sept. 18-Sept. 27.

The 13th annual fall Detroit Restaurant Week will feature Roast, The Whitney, Cliff Bell's, Cuisine, and The Grille Midtown. 

“We look forward to kicking off the fall season properly by celebrating Detroit’s diversity and nightlife," says Dana Boyette of Detroit Restaurant Week. 

The 10-day event, which features various restaurants in the city, will be held Sept. 18 - Sept. 27, and will offer patrons a dining experience with three-course dinners for $35 per person. 

The Detroit Restaurant Week concept was created in 2009 to support and promote fine dining restaurants in the city. More than 380,000 diners have participated in Detroit Restaurant Week, which has generated more than $ 7 million in sales for participating restaurants.

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