A burger from Lovers Only. - TOM PERKINS
  • Tom Perkins
  • A burger from Lovers Only.

On the seventh day, god created burgers. But in 2018, Detroit’s top restaurateurs did one even better: They joined together for Detroit Burger Week, seven days of gourmet blend burgers and off-menu specialties to please your inner burger freak.

From July 30 through Aug. 5, Detroit eateries of the likes of Brome, Rock City Eatery, Wahlburgers, and Lovers Only (to name just a few) will be serving up $5 burgers and beer pairings. Think you can stomach a burger blowout? Get four stamps on your burger passport (yes, it’s a thing) and you can enter to win a grill, so you can live every week like it’s Burger Week.

The full list of participating restaurants is:

• Basement Burger Bar
• Brome Modern Eatery
• Eclipse Burgers
• Edo Ramen House
• The Emory
• Famous Hamburgers (2 locations)
• Hockeytown Cafe
• HopCat Detroit
• Joe Bar
• Kapones
• Kavans Tavern
• Lovers Only
• Rock City Eatery
• Wahlburgers (2 locations)

Detroit Burger Week begins Monday, July 30 through Sunday, Aug. 5; Various locations;; Burgers at participating locations are $5.

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