Restaurant Week GR menus released

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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – The menus for Grand Rapids Restaurant Week are set! You can start making your reservations now.

Restaurant Week Grand Rapids runs from August 12-23 at 63 different area restaurants.  43 restaurants are offering a 3-course, locally-inspired menu for $28 per person.  20 restaurants are offering 3-course menus for two people for $28.

For the complete list of restaurants and menus, click HERE.

Restaurants offering the 3-course menu for two people are: Bobarino’s at the BOB, Brann’s on Leonard, Buffalo Wild Wings (5 locations), Cottage Bar and Restaurant, El Granjero Mexican Grill, Fajita Republic, Flanagan’s*, Flatlanders*Fricano’s of Caledonia*, HopCat, Kitchen 67, Linc Up Soul Food Café*, Lindo Mexico Restaurant, McFadden’s Restaurant & Saloon, The Pearl Street Grill, Peppino’s Downtown, Railside Golf Club, Ramona’s Table, Stella’s Lounge, Z’s Bar and Restaurant.

Restaurants offering the 3-course menu for one are: Amore Trattoria Italiana , Aryana Restaurant & Bar at The Crowne Plaza, Bistro Bella Vita, Black Heron Kitchen and Bar*, Blue Water Grill, Brewery Vivant, The Bulls Head Tavern, Charley’s Crab, CitySen Lounge, Cork Wine & Grill, Cygnus 27, Divani, FireRock Grille, Flat River Grill, Ganders (Double Tree Hotel)*, Gilly’s at the BOB, Grand Rapids Brewing Company, Grand Woods Lounge, Gravity Taphouse Grille*, Grove, Houlihan’s, Judson’s Steakhouse at the BOB, Licari’s Sicilian Pizza Kitchen, Mangiamo!, Olive’s Restaurant and Bar, One Trick Pony, Osteria Rossa, Pietro’s Italian Restaurant, Red’s on the River, Reserve Wine & Food, Rockwell Republic, Rose’s on Reeds Lake, Rush Creek Bistro, Six.one.Six, Speak EZ Lounge, Tavern on the Square, Terra GR, The Acorn Grille at Thousand Oaks Golf Club, The Bandit Queen*, The GreenWell, The Melting Pot, The Mitten Brewing Company, Timbers Inn Restaurant & Tavern.

Restaurants listed in bold are new to Restaurant Week this year.

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1 Comment

  • Larry H.

    Restaurant Week has been a long-standing disappointment to us. We have given it a whirl for the last few years and been totally underwhelmed by the lack of anything actually “special” about the menu offerings or the pricing. At several of the restaurants we have gone to over the years, our servers didn’t even know that it was Restaurant Week, or what that meant. They had to go ask what to do.