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Flint Restaurant Week starts Tuesday

Melody Baetens
The Detroit News

More than a dozen Flint businesses are on board for the return of Flint Restaurant Week, which runs Tuesday through Saturday.

This year the Michigan Restaurant Association has teamed up to help shine a light on the promotion, which drew an estimated 15,000 diners to Flint eateries in 2016.

The 19 bars and restaurants will offer special pricing and some will host entertainment and tap takeovers. Guests can pick up a passport and those that visit six participating restaurants can turn the passport in for a chance to win a prize.

Participating restaurants include:

501 Bar and Grill, 500 Saginaw. (810) 410-4392.

Blackstone’s Irish/American Gastro Pub, 531 Saginaw. (810) 234-9011.

Churchill’s Food & Spirits, 340 Saginaw. (810) 238-3800.

Cork on Saginaw, 635 Saginaw. (810) 422-9625.

Flint Crepe Co., 555 Saginaw. (810) 336-3308.

Flint Farmers’ Market, 300 E. First. (810) 232-1399.

Hoffman’s Deco Deli & Cafe, 503 Garland. (810) 238-0074.

Krystal Jo’s Diner, 3616 Fenton. (810) 424-3272.

The Local Grocer, 601 Martin Luther King. (810) 252-2644.

Luigi’s, 2132 Davison. (810) 234-9545.

Steady Eddy’s Cafe, 300 E. First. (810) 235-1968.

Table & Tap, 555 Saginaw. (810) 250-3631.

The Palette Cafe, 1120 E. Kearsley. (810) 234-1695.

Tenacity Brewing, 119 N. Grand Traverse. (810) 339-6676.

Timothy’s Pub, 2890 Robert T. Longway Blvd. (810) 239-0972.

The Torch Bar & Grill, 522 Buckham Alley. (810) 235-1968.

Totum Books, 620 W. Court. (810) 407-3620.

Soggy Bottom Bar, 613 Martin Luther King. (810) 239-8058.

White Horse Tavern, 621 W. Court. (810) 234-3811.

Visit flintrestaurantweek.com for more details.

mbaetens@detroitnews.com

(313) 222-2402

Twitter: @melodybaetens