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

In partnership with the Michigan Beef Council we are bringing you $6 burgers from Detroit's most delicious restaurants Aug. 19-25, 2019.

From gourmet blends to off-menu specialties and even beer pairings — we will pay tribute to America’s sweetheart — the hamburger! Each restaurateur and chef will prepare their unique take on the burger.

The idea is to get people to embrace the food, culture and Detroit-love while getting them out to eat, drink, and try new places. We will even be printing Burger Passports for participants to get stamped at participating locations throughout the week. Collect at least four stamps and be eligible for a very special grand prize drawing featuring a grill and ultimate grill out.

Burger Week will draw hardcore burger fanatics and people that can appreciate a good hearty meal. So far, participants include:

Bar Louie
Basement Burger Bar
Brome Modern Eatery
Cobb's Corner Bar
Common Pub
The Emory
Harvard Bar & Grill
HopCat Detroit
J's Penalty Box
Kavans Tavern Burger Bar
Lovers Only
Rock on 3rd
Otus Supply
Table
TABLE No. 2 Restaurant

More restaurants added daily. For full list, see burgerweekdtown.com.

More information is available at Detroit Burger Week's Facebook page: facebook.com/detroitburgerweek.

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