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Detroit, MI, United States, 2011/03/01 - This article announces the 18 dining establishments participating in the spring 2011 Detroit Restaurant Week April 1-10. New to this year's lineup is Angelina Italian Bistro.
Angelina Italian Bistro is the newest addition to an already hearty lineup of fine dining establishments scheduled to participate in the fourth Detroit Restaurant Week this spring. They will join 17 other establishments offering three-course dinners April 1-10 for only $28 per person.
Located on the ground floor of the Madison Theatre Building—overlooking Grand Circus Park—Angelina Italian Bistro offers patrons a modern atmosphere and a menu inspired by the cuisine of Southern Italy and the Mediterranean region.
For only $28 per person (excluding tax, gratuity, and beverages), residents from Southeastern Michigan and visitors from Windsor, Ontario and beyond will be able to enjoy the specially-priced three-course dinners at these 18 fine restaurants:
24Grille – Westin Book Cadillac Detroit
Andiamo Detroit Riverfront – GM Ren Cen
Angelina Italian Bistro – Downtown
Atlas Global Bistro – Midtown
Caucus Club – Penobscot Building
Coach Insignia – GM Ren Cen
Cuisine – New Center
Da Edoardo Foxtown Grille – Foxtown
Detroit Seafood Market – Paradise Valley
Iridescence – MotorCity Casino-Hotel
Mosaic Restaurant – Greektown
Opus One – Downtown
Rattlesnake Club – Stroh River Place
Roast – Westin Book Cadillac Detroit
Roma Cafe – Eastern Market
Saltwater – MGM Grand Detroit
The Whitney – Midtown
Wolfgang Puck Grille – MGM Grand Detroit.
Make a Reservation for Detroit Restaurant Week Today!
Organizers say reservations are not required, but are strongly encouraged so that the restaurants can provide an outstanding experience for each guest. Reservations can be made by contacting the restaurants directly.
Visit DetroitRestaurantWeek.com often for the latest information about hours, menus, events, and to sign up for the Detroit Restaurant Week e-newsletter. .
Detroit Restaurant Week is sponsored by Quicken Loans, DigDowntown.com, and DriveEnvy.com/.
History of Detroit Restaurant Week
The Detroit Restaurant Week concept was created by the Downtown Detroit Partnership and its greater downtown partner organizations in the Downtown, Midtown, Corktown, Eastern Market, and New Center districts. The 2011 spring edition of Detroit Restaurant Week will represent the fourth time the promotion has been offered since the fall of 2009. The three previous promotions saw participation from more than 85,000 diners while generating nearly $1.5 million in sales for the participating restaurants.