Wednesday, August 23, 2017

It's Time to Try Some New Food During Detroit's First Black Restaurant Week

Black Metro Eats has come up with a cool way to draw attention and support towards black owned businesses in Detroit. They have brought together 15 black owned restaurants to create the very first Black Restaurant Week. This is a great way for all of us to explore the city and try some new food at a fixed price while learning more about the city's black owned businesses and showing our support by becoming a patron at their establishments. The list of places to eat includes Le Crepe (Royal Oak), Savannah Blue (downtown Detroit), Brix (Detroit), River Bistro (Detroit) ima (Detroit), 1917 American Bistro (Detroit), Detroit Vegan Soul (Detroit), Sweet Soul Bistro (Detroit), Kuzzo's Chicken and Waffles (Detroit), Sweet Potato Sensations (Detroit), The Jamaican Pot (Detroit) and Yum VIllage (Detroit).
The restaurants are either classified as casual dining or fine dining and they have a special menu for the week with a very special price. All of the casual restaurants will feature an entree, 2 sides, and a beverage for $15 a person. The fine dining establishments will feature 3 courses for $25 at lunch and $35 at dinner. You can take a look at all of their menus and see their hours by clicking here. They have also teamed up with a bunch of local black owned businesses that are giving away exclusive deals for the week. You can check out those deals and find out how to take advantage of them here. If you plan on going out this weekend, spend some dollars at one of these fine establishments! 


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