Traverse City Restaurant Week Drawing

Foodies: the very first Traverse City Restaurant Week is planned for February 27 to March 5, 2011. The Grand Traverse region is widely known for inventive restaurants and talented chefs, remarkable agriculture offerings and a thriving farm to table movement. Most recently Traverse City has received accolades from the likes of Midwest Living, Bon Appetit and AOL about how the region is a center for culinary delight. To celebrate, some of the finest restaurants in the Traverse City area will offer three-course meals especially prepared for this gourmet event for $25 per person during Traverse City Restaurant Week.

Win 17 Dinners!

Plus, the Downtown Traverse City Association is offering a drawing for a grand prize of 17 $50 dining certificates—one from each restaurant participating in Traverse City Restaurant Week. That’s $850 in dining! Enter below

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The Traverse City Restaurant Week is sponsored by these fine companies:

The Park Place Hotel
The Wineries of Old Mission Peninsula
WCCW 107.5/ Classic Hits Radio
29 & 8 ABC

Remember to visit these participating restaurants and enjoy the $25, three-course special during restaurant week, Sunday, Feb. 27 through Saturday, March 5:

Amical
Blue Tractor Cook Shop
The Boathouse
Chez Peres/Patisserie Amie
The Cook’s House
Hanna Bistro
Jolly Pumpkin Restaurant
Lil Bo Pub & Grille Minervas
Mission Table (Friday & Saturday Only)
Modes Bum Steer
North Peak Brewing Co. Red Ginger Restaurant
Red Mesa Grill
Reflect at Cambria
Phil’s on Front
Trattoria Stella
The Union Cantina

Article Comments

  • Anonymous

    My husband and I went to Hanna Bistro last night for the first time since moving to Traverse City 5 years ago. We had always talked about going but never made it but with the incredible $25 per person menu, we knew we had to go. The menu did not dissapoint. We both ordered something completely different so we could try each other’s dishes. Everything was perfectly balanced and delicious. The chef stopped by our table at the end of the meal and we were happy to give her our glowing compliments. We are already planning on going back and bringing more people with us so they can experience this gem of a downtown restaurant!