...and I really don't know what to think about that.
It seems/ed that they kind of gave up the ship with it over the past year-and-a-half. First, they claimed that they were going to forget the spring dates and make it a once-per-year thing in the fall (the way it started out), and then when fall came around, they *completely* dropped the ball. So much so, that a bunch of different restaurants in Detroit ended up buddying-up for an erstwhile, impromptu restaurant week which they couldn't actually *call* DRW because, well, you know...the name was taken. I guess. Or something like that.
Now here we are in 2017, and they're bringing it back...in February. Dead middle of winter. I guess it isn't that I mind the timing of it so much as it just seems like, well, the world just kept on a'turnin' without The Official Detroit Restaurant Week Event, and to be honest, it feels a bit on the "Really? *Now*?" side of things.
Anyway, though, those are the dates, the restaurants, menus, and even the price point(s) remain a mystery for now. I checked the website and FB page, and there's no more info there, either (my initial knowledge came from an email that I happened to see in a Promotions folder on GMail). We'll see who they can rope in and what they'll be offering. Maybe I'll be wanting to try a couple places come early February.
Addendum: prices will be either $29 or $39 per person, apparently. I may have overlooked that.