Although a lot of the culinary action people talk about is in the city proper, there are a lot of great restaurants all over the Detroit. With that in mind, have you been hankering to try out one (ok, maybe seven) of Troy’s unique restaurants? Here’s your chance! Troy Restaurant Week returns March 13-18 with 23 participating restaurants, making it the biggest event yet.

The participating restaurants include establishments like 2Booli, Carrabba’s Italian Grill, Kruse & Muer on Wilshire, Maggiano’s Little Italy, NM Cafe at Neiman Marcus, Ocean Prime, Sakura Japanese Steakhouse, and Sy Thai. To see the full list of participating restaurants, check out

Prices for prix fixe menus usually include three courses and range from $10 to $45. Looking for an affordable date night idea? Troy Restaurant Week is the idea you’ve been waiting for. Most establishments accept reservations, too.

“This is our biggest Troy Restaurant Week since its inception and we have several new participating restaurants including: Cedar Grille, Maggiano’s Little Italy, Priya Indian Cuisine and Sy Thai,” said Jaimi Brook, Director of Events at the Troy Chamber of Commerce.

The Troy Chamber will once again host a photo contest called, “Oh Snap, It’s Troy Restaurant Week!” Restaurant goers are encouraged to share a snapshot of their Troy Restaurant Week by submitting a photo to Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram using the hashtag #OhSnapTWR16. There will be a winner each day of Troy Restaurant Week who will receive a gift card to one of the participating restaurants.

Grab your friends, clear your calendars, and plan your routes. Troy Restaurant Week is fast approaching!

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