January 14 - 19, 2018

Lunch $15 Dinner $28 | Many restaurants offering 2-for-1 pricing

Participating Restaurants

Take a look at the menus and restaurants below from our June 2017 event. Check back starting in November to see the January 2018 line up! Most of the restaurants you see listed below will be back again in January along with a few new participants!

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Afternoon Delight

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Agave Tequila

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Allen Rumsey Supper Club

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Ama Bistro

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Avalon Cafe and Kitchen

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Aventura

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Bandito’s

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bd’s Mongolian Grill

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Black Pearl

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Blue Nile

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Blue Tractor

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Café Zola

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Carlyle Grill

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Carson’s American Bistro

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Conor O’Neill’s Traditional Irish Pub

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Felix Bistro & Bar

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Gandy Dancer

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Godaiko

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Gratzi

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Grizzly Peak

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Guy Hollerin’s

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Heidelberg

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Isalita

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Jamaican Jerk Pit

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Jolly Pumpkin

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Logan

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Mani Osteria

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Marnee Thai

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Melange

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Metzger’s German Restaurant

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Mikette Bistro and Bar

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Nagomi Downtown

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Neopapalis

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Original Cottage Inn

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Pacific Rim

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Palio

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Pretzel Bell

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Prickly Pear

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Quarter Bistro

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Real Seafood Company

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Ruth’s Chris Steak House

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Sava’s Restaurant

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Seva

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Shalimar

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Silvio’s Organic Pizza

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Siris

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Slurping Turtle

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The Chop House

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The Earle

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The Ravens Club

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Totoro

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Vedge Cafe

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Vinology

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Weber’s Restaurant

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Zola Bistro

Did You Know?

Nine reasons you must eat in Ann Arbor “… in the last 5 years this City has come into its own culinarily. Some even say, after Chicago, it’s the dining capital of the Midwest.”