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Royal Oak Restaurant Week Announced

Royal Oak is jumping on the community trend and has announced the first annual Royal Oak Restaurant Week. Spanning 9 days, the March 25 through April 2 event celebrates culinary diversity. Participating restaurants will offer a fixed price three-course dinner for either $15 or $25.

Participating restaurants include: Andiamo, Bastone, BlackFinn, Café Habana, Café Muse, D’Amato’s, Fifth Avenue, Lily’s Seafood, Lockhart’s BBQ, Oak City Grille, O’Tooles, Oxford Inn, Rock on Third, Royal Oak Brewery, Sangria, Tom’s Oyster Bar, Town Tavern, Vinotecca, Woody’s Diner and Zumba.

It’s interesting to note that the Royal Oak Restaurant Week will overlap with the Detroit version on two days (the Spring Edition of Detroit Restaurant Week runs April 1-10).

Check out the menus and make your reservations! This is going to be a popular event. Reservations aren’t required but are strongly encouraged.

Which restaurants and menus on the list excite you? What do you think of the two different price points?

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I'm bummed that everyone doesn't have their menus posted yet! Hope they're up soon; those restaurants are missing a promotion window.

I like Royal Oak's navigation better than Birmingham's site from their February week; it took forever to click back and forth through the different restaurants. And what is up, Detroit? Where are your menus? I'll sacrifice pretty design for easy navigation every time!

Bottom line: Yay, food!

March 9, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterJen


I totally agree! I want to start drooling about what I'm going to order, both for Royal Oak and Detroit. Menu navigation (both for restaurant week and restaurant websites in general) is one of my huge pet peeves. PDF's? Really? And when an establishment doesn't have their menu online it's tough to get me in the door.

March 10, 2011 | Registered CommenterBecks Davis

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