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Jan. 27 – 31 and Feb. 3-7 – Birmingham Restaurant Week

Jan. 27 – 31 and Feb. 3-7 – Birmingham Restaurant Week

BIRMINGHAM, MI, January 14, 2020 – Birmingham’s finest restaurants will offer discounted meals during the 15th annual Birmingham Restaurant Week event from January 27 – 31 and February 3 – 7. Patrons will enjoy three-course lunches and dinners at discounted price points.

Birmingham was the first city in Michigan to offer a Restaurant Week event, and 15 years later its success continues. Top chefs from downtown Birmingham will create unique menu items during the culinary extravaganza. Foodies from all over Metro-Detroit will head to Birmingham to indulge in affordable, three-course meals.

Brand new this year, a social media contest will give diners a chance to win a $50 gift card to a Birmingham restaurant during Birmingham Restaurant Week. To enter the contest patrons simply post a picture of their Restaurant Week meal on Facebook or Instagram, along with the restaurant name and #birminghamrestaurantweek hashtag.

“We have 24 restaurants participating in Birmingham Restaurant Week, and we’re excited to welcome newcomers Pernoi and The Morrie,” said Ingrid Tighe, Executive Director of the Birmingham Shopping District. “With 800,000+ white lights still aglow throughout town, we encourage everyone to come out and enjoy a fantastic meal in a picturesque setting.”

A special thank you to the 2020 Birmingham Restaurant Week Presenting Sponsor – Bank of Ann Arbor, Birmingham. Patrons can view participating restaurants and event menus at Reservations may be made by contacting the restaurants directly.

Established in 1992, the BIRMINGHAM PRINCIPAL SHOPPING DISTRICT is comprised of over 300 retailers, including many of the Metro Detroit most fashionable women and men’s clothing stores, restaurants, salons & spas, home design shops, and many other specialty boutiques. The district is also home to offices and a variety of businesses from financial services to technology-based firms. Located among some of the nation’s most affluent suburbs, Downtown Birmingham is a center for business, social, cultural, and community activities for Birmingham residents and neighboring communities.

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