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Dine in during Downtown Wayne’s Restaurant Week

By Sarah Shurge – Mark your calendars and prepare your stomachs because restaurant week is returning to Wayne!
“We eat out at least once a week. Instead of taking your business outside of your community, just choose Wayne that week,” said Lisa Kubany, Wayne Downtown Development Authority (DDA) Marketing and Events Director.
Downtown Wayne Restaurant Week will be from Sunday, April 21st – Sunday, April 28th.
“We are bringing a unique opportunity to the city for local businesses to showcase their culinary experience, engage with the community, create new customers, and get their name out there to people outside the community that may not know about them,” said Kubany.
Businesses participating in restaurant week are encouraged to have a pre-fixed menu (consisting of specialty items at pre-fixed cost). Restaurants will have affordable options for lunch or dinners.
“It’s a great way to promote restaurants in Wayne,” said Kubany. “We’re a growing community with more than just typical fast-food restaurants. Some businesses have been here for more than 30 years.”
The following businesses are participating in restaurant week: The Avenue American Bistro (3632 Elizabeth), Billi’s Shawarma (35600 E. Michigan Ave), Brookie’s Cafe (35234 W. Michigan Ave), China Garden (35125 E. Michigan Ave), Jouli’s Coney Island (5006 S. Wayne Rd.), L. George’s Coney Island (34438 W. Michigan Ave), Lee’s Famous Recipe Chicken (34250 W. Michigan Ave), My Place Restaurant (35454 W. Michigan Ave), Nick’s Coney Island (35425 E. Michigan Ave), Notre Dame Lounge (3144 S. Wayne Rd), Steve’s Coney Island (5727 S. Wayne Rd.), Taste the Smoke BBQ (35445 W. Michigan Ave), Tropical Smoothie Cafe (35131 E. Michigan Ave), US12 Bar and Grill (34824 W. Michigan Ave), Wingstop (35165 E. Michigan Ave), Karma Coffee and Kitchen (35634 W. Michigan Ave), Benders (34830 E. Michigan Ave), and Wayne Chicken and Fish (4429 S. Wayne Rd.)
“Thank you to the businesses, for having restaurants in Wayne, for the support and community outreach that is a constant and daily giveback,” said Kubany. “The City of Wayne is behind you.”
Downtown Wayne Restaurant Week has been including more participants each year, as Wayne has become more of a dining community.
“This lifts up businesses that build and bring people to our city,” said Kubany.
“They support you in events, now it’s time to support them. Lift them up and support them and be part of their success.”
Be watching Fox 2 News the week before April 21st for a commercial highlighting some of the restaurants in the City of Wayne.
There will also be a gift card contest.
“Support your local restaurants,” said Kubany. “Instead of taking your business somewhere else, make it a point to support a local business in your community that week.”

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