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The fall edition of Detroit Restaurant Week is only weeks away, running from Sept. 28 to Oct. 7, 2012. Like previous restaurant weeks, some of Detroit’s best restaurants and chefs will be on display, serving a wide variety of gourmet food, at a discount, to a hungry public.

Gourmet experts, foodies and curious diners can take advantage of an affordable price of only $28 for a three-course meal. Each of the participating restaurants will feature a fall-inspired dinner menu and offer guests a unique dining experience that can only be found in Detroit.

Participating Restaurants include:


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The fall edition of Detroit Restaurant Week is only weeks away, running from Sept. 28 to Oct. 7, 2012. Like previous restaurant weeks, some of Detroit’s best restaurants and chefs will be on display, serving a wide variety of gourmet food, at a discount, to a hungry public.

Gourmet experts, foodies and curious diners can take advantage of an affordable price of only $28 for a three-course meal. Each of the participating restaurants will feature a fall-inspired dinner menu and offer guests a unique dining experience that can only be found in Detroit.

Participating Restaurants include:


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The following is a guest post by Amber Hunt, and originally appeared in Visit Detroit Magazine. If you’re interested in being a guest blogger with Visit Detroit, email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  with subject line: Guest Blogger.

 

"I love my commute to work. Yeah, I said it."

 

Most people would compare their commute to getting a root canal or listening to the sweet sound of a baby screaming. But not me. Some days I drive the 10 miles from Ferndale to Quicken Loans' headquarters on Woodward Avenue in downtown Detroit; other days I take the bus. But my favorite way to get to work is by bike.


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The story of Detroit is one of the most fascinating in all of America. It’s no wonder the city has rich tradition of producing wordsmiths who aspire to tell the story of the Motor City with art, passion and candor. Detroit is also home to breathtaking public libraries and an eclectic mix of bookstores. If you’re a lover of letters and Detroit history, explore the best of our literary and publishing icons.


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Touring Detroit’s College Campuses     

Detroit’s college and university campuses offer quiet spaces to reflect, relax and take in some of the city’s most unique architecture and history. From Tudor Revival-style mansions and Gothic-style architecture to world-class golf courses and national historical landmarks, Detroit’s campuses provide unique spaces for inquisitive visitors or potential new students to explore. Few activities are more inspiring and relaxing than a walk around campus, and Detroit has plenty to choose from.


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