Ann Arbor’s “foodie” enthusiasts are looking forward to the start of Restaurant Week on Sunday, January 14th and runs through the 19th. 57 restaurants will be participating in the twice-yearly event featuring one week of one-price dining.
89.1 WEMU’s Lisa Barry spoke with Maura Thomson, the executive director of the Ann Arbor Main Street Association, which organized the event.
Thomson says the purpose of Restaurant Week is to expose more people to the rich and diverse restaurant scene in Ann Arbor and to get people to try some new places and check out restaurants that may normally be beyond their budget.
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