More than 25 restaurants and bars, such as Antietam, Batch Brewing Co., Gold Cash Gold, and more, will be featured in the third annual Dine Drink Detroit from Oct. 1 to Oct. 10.
“The Detroit food scene has exploded, creating so many opportunities for talented chefs,” says Scott Rutterbush, event co-founder. “It’s inspiring to have so many returning restaurants while we’ve also nearly doubled the number of restaurants participating.”
Offering food and drink combinations starting at $15, this year’s participating establishments include: Chartreuse Kitchen and Cocktails, Colors Detroit, Cutter’s Bar & Grill, Detroit City Distillery, Firebird Tavern, Green Dot Stables, The Block, Harry’s Detroit, Johnny Noodle King, Jolly Pumpkin, La Feria, Mercury Burger & Bar, Motor City Wine, Mudgie’s Deli, Ottava Via, PJ’s Lager House, Rock City Eatery, Slows, St. Cece’s Pub, Townhouse Detroit, Traffic Jam & Snug, and Town Pump Tavern.
Dine Drink Detroit will kick off with a launch party on the Detroit Riverfront at Gabriel Richard Park from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. Sept. 28. Tickets, which start at $15, are available online or at the door, and include food by the Stockyard and El Guapo food trucks, drinks, music by Stan Sommerson and DJ Godfather, and a slow roll through the Dequindre Cut and Riverfront. A portion of the short film Detroit Film Project will also be previewed at the event.
A three-stop tour previewing Colors Detroit, Firebird Tavern, and Townhouse Detroit, will take place at 6 p.m. Sept. 29. Tickets for the tour are $30, and include a sample of food and drinks at each location.
Proceeds from Dine Drink Detroit will be donated to the Detroit RiverFront Conservancy, an organization that supports the development and maintenance of the riverfront.
For more information, visit dinedrinkdetroit.com.