Restaurant Week returns to Grand Haven

Tribune Staff • Feb 15, 2018 at 1:00 PM

Grand Haven Main Street’s Restaurant Week kicks off Friday.

Many Grand Haven eateries are getting ready to dish up some excitement during the upcoming week, Feb. 16-24. It will feature more than 20 restaurants in Grand Haven’s downtown and Centertown.

Kicking off the event is the return of the Hopped Up Home Brew Competition, with the winner announced at The Kirby House at 6 p.m. Friday. The Best of Show winner gets the right to have their recipe brewed at Odd Side Ales and featured on tap this spring.

The focus on crafting specialty brews continues Saturday, with the fourth annual Michigan Craft Beer Crawl from 2-6 p.m. A dozen guest breweries will be hosted at Main Street pubs, with tap takeovers and staff on hand to discuss what makes each brew unique.

During the eight days of Restaurant Week, participating eateries are offering specially priced menus featuring $8 lunch and $15 dinner options, in addition to their traditional menus.

“Our goal with this event is to introduce residents and visitors to the variety of dining options in Grand Haven,” said Diane Sheridan, executive director for Grand Haven Main Street. “With more than 20 restaurants to choose from, you can join us for lunch and supper all week. We believe there’s something for every palate. This week offers a great way to try something new or introduce friends and family to one of your favorites.”

Participating restaurants are: Aldea Coffee, The Baker’s Wife, Consider it Done/Desserts by Design, Dee Lite Bar & Grill, The Grand Seafood & Oyster Bar, JW’s Food & Spirits, Jumpin’ Java, Just Goods Gifts and Cafe’, Kilwin’s Grand Haven, The Kirby House, Mr. Kozak’s, Lucy’s Deli & Market, Odd Side Ales featuring Electric Hero, Rendezvous Restaurant, Righteous BBQ, Righteous Cuisine, Snug Harbor/Jelly’s, Theater Bar, and The Toasted Pickle. 

“We are excited to showcase the diverse food scene in Grand Haven,” said Tim Riley, general manager for The Kirby House. “All these restaurants are locally owned and you can see the passion in every plate.”

A full list of participating Restaurant Week venues and their menus is available at www.downtownGH.com.

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