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Detroit Restaurant Week is here. Get hungry!

Detroit Event of the Week
Detroit Restaurant Week kicks off Thursday, which means that over the next 10 days, you can get specialty three-course meals for $30 from participating joints like Cliff Bell’s, Coach Insignia, Roast, The Whitney, and at least 15 more. Browsing menus beforehand is probably a good idea, and for that, you can go right here. Get hungry!

Thursday, April 10th - Saturday, April 12th: Woodruff’s in Ypsilanti is hosting Fuzz Fest, a three-day celebration of Michigan rock ‘n roll with 33 Michigan-based bands. Check out the lineup and stage times here Continue Reading

Friday, April 11th: If you’re looking to get REAL fancy this weekend, Certified Master Chef Milos Cihelka, along with a group of a dozen of Detroit’s finest chefs, is putting together a celebrity chefs dinner at the Detroit Athletic Club. Tix are steep at $150/ person, but no one ever said the DAC was cheap. More info and reservations here

Friday, April 11th: To hear banjos, mandolins, fiddles, and other terrific down-home, feel-good instruments, head to the Royal Oak Farmers Market for the Gardenia Bluegrass & Roots Festival. The stage will be shared by Keller & the Keels, The Ragbirds, Catfish Mafia, and the Crane Wives.


Saturday, April 12th: It’s called the Spring Fling Burlesque Festival and it’s a mixture of jazz and… sure enough, burlesque dancers. It’s happening at the Elizabeth Theatre at the Park Bar and they're promising a night of "flirting, frolicking, and a variety of fabulousness." Also, breasts. Grab your tickets here