By Christy Strawser
CBS Detroit Managing Editor
Don’t let the economy get in the way of a tasty night out or lunch with pals — Troy’s Restaurant Week offers the top tastes in town at a reasonable price.
Three-course lunches are $15 per person, and three-course dinners are $25, $30 or $35 at 12 restaurants participating in the March 25-30 event. Most prix fixe deals include your choice from several appetizers, entrees and desserts.
Just as a sampling: Kona Grill will have an array of inventive sushi deals, and Mon Jin Lau will have options including lamb chops in Thai peanut sauce and sea bass in Thai curry sauce, The Melting Pot will have steak, chicken, veggie and decadent dessert fondue options.
It’s a great time to check out a new place or try out a new menu item at a tried-and-true favorite.
“Restaurant Week really increases our traffic, our guests will dine out for dinner and lunch all week long at all the different restaurants, and it introduces our restaurant to newer guests,” said Mark Weiss, general manager of Ocean Prime.
“We try to entice people to come back,” Weiss added.
Get a full list of participating restaurants here. Reservations are encouraged at your restaurant of choice.
Ruth Chris’ Steak House will donate proceeds to the Muscular Dystrophy Association Summer Camp, and The Capital Grille will donate to the Police Athletic League and Paul W. Smith Golf Outing.