More than 40 restaurants are looking to make a culinary impression on attendees
DEARBORN – This year’s Dearborn Restaurant Week will take place March 3 to 12.
The week showcases Dearborn’s vibrant food scene and supports its business districts. Participants will have the opportunity to taste delights from the many culinary traditions that call Dearborn home, at special pricing.
More than 40 restaurants have signed up to participate in the event, which is being managed by the Dearborn Economic Development Department and the joint Downtown Development Authorities.
Mayor Abdullah Hammoud is joining the fun this year and will visit restaurants across the city.
The restaurants and eateries in the 2023 culinary lineup will be offering prix fixe menus or meals set at a fixed price of $15, $25, and $40 for one and two people. Some locations may offer 2-for-1 pricing as well.
“This event has been a great opportunity to introduce attendees to Dearborn’s diverse people, places, and culinary flavors,” Angela Fortino, deputy director of the Dearborn Economic Development Department said. “We are looking forward to some new ideas, restaurants, and promotions that will highlight the city and its delectable food options.”
From breakfast, lunch, and dinner, to coffee and dessert, the event offers the opportunity to enjoy many unique flavors around the city. Attendees can find new restaurants, or revisit old favorites.
To find out more about the event, click here.
This year’s Dearborn Restaurant Week sponsors include Malek Al-Kabob, Ford Land, Roman Village, Country Restaurant, Dave’s Hot Chicken, Gordon Food Service, M Cantina Restaurant, and Magical Touch Car Wash
To see a video with more information about Dearborn’s Restaurant Week click here.