How many times have you wanted to hit the town for a bite to eat, but you just can’t seem to figure out what you want? I’d sit around and wait for you to count, but my guess is we’d be here a while. That’s why restaurant weeks are perfect for three reasons: 1) You are typically getting three whole courses, 2) The prices are very reasonable for the amount of food you get and 3) It’s the perfect excuse to get out and try something new, especially when you usually end up at your “go-to” restaurant.
Royal Oak and Troy both have restaurant weeks of their own next month. Let’s see what we can expect.
At the Royal Oak Restaurant Week there will be more than 25 participating restaurants, including La Dulce (PDF menu), Lockhart’s BBQ (PDF menu), The Morrie (PDF menu) and more. If that doesn’t tickle your fancy, how about the crab cake sliders from Lily’s Seafood Grill & Brewery? Or what about the shrimp aglio olio from Tom’s Oyster Bar? Whatever your taste buds are craving, you’re sure to find it at Royal Oak Restaurant Week. And, who knows, maybe you’ll discover a new favorite.
23 restaurants will be coming together mid-March to give you a taste of what Troy’s dining scene has to offer. Things work a bit differently at Troy Restaurant Week when compared to Royal Oak. Instead of set prices, prices will vary from restaurant to restaurant.
For lunch, Steelhouse Tavern will have blackened chicken tacos with fries, bacon mac & cheese and more for $10 each (tax & tip excluded). Over at Ruth’s Chris Steak House, for dinner, they will be serving a three-course meal for $41 per person, which includes a petite fillet, broiled wild salmon, stuffed chicken breast or 12 oz. ribeye as part of your entree selection. If seafood is more your thing, Kruse & Muer will have a $15 lunch and a $30 dinner with entrees, like flame-grilled mahi salad and guava BBQ salmon. A full list of participating restaurants and their menus can be found here.