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Birmingham Restaurant Week starts this month

Seventeen years ago, Restaurant Week in Birmingham was a new concept for Michigan. Now, it's such a hit, it's a two-week event. Welcome back to the opportunity to explore new dining and experiences in Birmingham, with the annual winter event of Birmingham Restaurant Week, Monday, January 24 through Friday, January 28, and Monday, January 31 through Friday, February 4.

Almost two dozen of Birmingham's finest and most unique dining establishments will offer discounted meals during the 17th annual Birmingham Restaurant Week event. Patrons will enjoy three-course lunches and dinners at discounted price points. Top chefs will create unique menu items during the culinary extravaganza, and foodies from all over metro Detroit are sure to head to Birmingham to indulge in more affordable meals – so make your reservations early.

Participating restaurants in this year's Restaurant Week event include 220 Restaurant, Adachi, Bella Piatti, Birmingham Pub, Elie's Mediterranean Grill, Hazel's, Mare Mediterranean, Phoenicia, Salvatore Scallopini (Sal's), Streetside Seafood, Tallulah Wine Bar and Bistro, Townhouse and The French Lady.

“Downtown Birmingham is known regionally as a premier dining destination, offering a variety of restaurants and cuisines. Restaurant Week is a great time to try something new, or visit your local favorites for special menus and pricing,” said Sean Kammer, Birmingham Shopping District Executive Director.

“The atmosphere remains festive this time of year, with thousands of lights lining the downtown streetscape. Plus, in the last few months, several new retailers have opened, so you may want to plan some extra time to walk around and see the shops while you’re here,” Kammer said.

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