Sept 19-24 – Madison Heights Restaurant Week

Sept 19-24 – Madison Heights Restaurant Week

After a successful debut in 2020, the City of Madison Heights has announced additional participants in its second annual Restaurant Week — scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 19 through Friday, Sept. 24.

2021 Madison Heights Restaurant Week will feature more than 20 diverse restaurants — all featuring specials and giving visitors from across Metro Detroit the chance to expand their horizons and explore the city’s wide-ranging global cuisines, both for dine-in and carry-out. Madison Heights offers a diverse restaurant scene, ranging from Vietnamese to Japanese fusion to Lebanese shawarma to gastropub to classic American homestyle cooking.

Among the returning restaurants for 2021 Restaurant Week are On the Rocks Bar & Grill, Kabob Royale, 168 Crab, Fuji Japanese Buffet, Woodpile BBQ, Madhouse Bar and Grill, Augie’s, Cadillac Straits and Irish Tavern.

Among the new restaurants taking part in 2021 are: Not Just Noodle, Meet Fresh and Mia’s Tasty Grill.

“Building on the success of 2020, this year’s Madison Heights Restaurant Week will once again shine a spotlight on the wide variety of global dining options in Madison Heights — which we believe is among the best dining towns in Metro Detroit,” said City Manager Melissa Marsh.

“Residents and visitors will have the chance to support local restaurants and enjoy great discounts in the process, and we are confident they will continue to come back after Restaurant Week is done.”

Discounts and specials on lunch and dinner entrees, appetizers and more will be part of the offerings during 2021 Madison Heights Restaurant Week. Participating menu specials will be announced on the city’s official Madison Heights Restaurant Week website:

In addition to enjoying the wide variety of excellent food offerings in the city, visitors can also enter online contests, by posting their Madison Heights dining experiences on their Instagram, Facebook and Twitter pages using the hashtag #MHRW2021contest. A $50 dining gift certificate will be awarded each day during Restaurant Week.

Many restaurateurs plan to offer specials as both dine-in and carryout option, to allow guests to choose either a night on the town or a quiet dinner at home. Weather permitting, dining outside may be available at some restaurants. Participating restaurants are taking appropriate safety measures in line with COVID-19 regulations, to ensure a safe dining experience for all who visit the city.

Among the restaurant owners excited to take part in Restaurant Week are Neil & Maryam Mashou, owners of Kabob Royale, which also took part in 2020’s Restaurant Week.

“Kabob Royale is excited to once again participate in Madison Heights Restaurant Week in 2021, after a long and difficult year for the restaurant business,” Neil Mashou said. “With so many people eager to get back to dining out, Madison Heights offers a tremendous variety of options for all dining tastes, and we hope to see everyone come to our city and enjoy the diverse food offerings.”

For the daily photo contest, diners may submit as many entries as they like during Restaurant Week. Photos posted on individuals’ Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages using the hashtag #MHRW2021contest can be submitted from Sunday, September 19 to Friday, September 24. Follow Madison Heights Restaurant Week’s social media pages on FacebookTwitter and Instagram for the latest news about the event.


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