DETROIT (WWJ) – Menus for the 18 fine dining establishments participating in the fourth edition of Detroit Restaurant Week are now available online. Detroit Restaurant Week begins Friday, April 1 and lasts through Sunday, April 10.

“The special menus developed by the restaurants for this event is the driving force behind where people decide to make their reservations,” Jason Huvaere, Director of Detroit Restaurant Week, said in a release.

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As in years past, each restaurant prepares a terrific menu that provides diners the opportunity to select an appetizer, entrée and dessert for only $28 person – excluding tax, gratuity and beverages.

“This event is about the food, service, and ambiance of the restaurant,” Huvaere said in a release. “We believe that no matter which establishment people decided to visit, they will not be disappointed.  Each one of them is a great place in their own unique way, which is why Detroit Restaurant Week continues to gain popularity.”

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Restaurants participating in the event are: 24Grille, Andiamo Detroit Riverfront, Angelina Italian Bistro, Atlas Global Bistro, Caucus Club, Coach Insignia, Cuisine, Da Edoardo Foxtown Grille, Detroit Seafood Market, Iridescence, Mosaic Restaurant, Opus One, Rattlesnake Club, Roast, Roma Cafe, Saltwater, The Whitney, and Wolfgang Puck Grille.

Organizers for Detroit Restaurant Week note that reservations are not required; however, they are strongly encouraged so that the restaurants can provide an outstanding experience for each guest. Reservations can be made by visiting this website or by contacting the restaurants directly.

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To preview menus, click here and select the restaurant of choice to see the options they have available for the special Detroit Restaurant Week price.