From May 17 to May 21, Flint Restaurant Week offers visitors a chance to find a new favorite restaurant or discover the ever-growing dining scene in the city.

Restaurants across the city are participating, so there’s a range of menus, price points, and locations. Even the pickiest eater will find something to love during Flint Restaurant Week. Pop into the Soggy Bottom Bar, Downtown Flint’s neighborhood bar, for classic bar food, craft beer, and fine whiskeys.

If you’re more interested in expanding your culinary horizons, check out Merge, which features classic, made-from-scratch Asian street food. Not looking for a full meal? Travel back in time at Cafe Rhema, a 1920s themed coffee shop and cafe. In addition to delicious coffee, the restaurant serves desserts as well as bubble tea.

Several of the restaurants will host events during Flint Restaurant Week. Live entertainment in the form of jazz bands, folk bands, and blues bands will keep you tapping your foot while you enjoy the best that Flint has to offer. If you’re more of a game player, Soggy Bottom Bar is hosting a trivia night at 8 p.m. on Wednesday, May 18.

To keep track of all the restaurants you visit during Flint Restaurant Week, you can grab a Passport to Flavor at any participating restaurant. Each time you order a Restaurant Week menu item from a participating restaurant, your Passport will be stamped.

The first 300 passports with at least six stamps can be redeemed for a gift package that includes a Flint Restaurant Pint Glass and Limited Edition Screen Printed Poster.

For more information about Flint Restaurant Week, visit

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