Plymouth Restaurant Week to tempt diners through Oct. 5

Published On: Sep 27 2013 04:36:26 PM EDT
Updated On: Sep 28 2013 04:37:27 AM EDT
PLYMOUTH, Mich. -

The 2nd Annual Plymouth Restaurant Week kicked off Friday and will run through Saturday, Oct. 5.

Organizers said the nine-day epicurean event celebrates downtown Plymouth, featuring some of Michigan's most diverse dining establishments.

Ten restaurants will offer prix fixe three-course lunch and dinner menus priced at $15, $25 or $35 per person.

Participating restaurants for this year include Compari's on the Park, E.G. Nick's, Fiamma Grille, Ironwood Grill, Nico and Vali, Panache, Penn Grill, The Sardine Room, Sean O'Callaghan's and Zin Wine Bar Restaurant.

"With our fantastic restaurants being one of the best draws to our community, it's great to see some of our downtown restaurants teaming up to showcase the quality of their fare," said Wes Graff, President of the Plymouth Community Chamber of Commerce.

Organizers said beverages, gratuity and taxes are not included in the rate. No tickets or passes are necessary, and diners can participate as frequently as they wish over the nine-day period.

While advance reservations are not required, organizers said they are strongly encouraged by contacting participating restaurants directly.

To view menus, pricing and for additional info, visit Plymouth Restaurant Week's official website.

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