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Cheers: Bacco celebrates 13 years with deals for diners
Cheers: Bacco celebrates 13 years with deals for diners
Melody Baetens, The Detroit News
12:41 p.m. EDT April 23, 2015
Bacco Ristorante in Southfield has been serving fine Italian food for 13 years and is celebrating its odd-year
anniversary with a special menu.
Lunch or dinner guests can choose from a special menu of $13 entrees May 4-15 (except for Saturdays). It's an
attractive deal, considering most of Bacco's entrees are north of $20.
Among the featured entrees are strozzapreti norcina with sausage, truffle oil, tomatoes and cream. Other pasta
dishes are tomato basil gnocchi, cavatelli with wild mushroom ragu and braised beef brisket pappardelle (those
very wide, velvety noodles). Meat lovers can try the flank steak, house burger or lamb meatballs with white
polenta and grilled scallions. There's also a salmon and white fish dish.
Since debuting Bacco in 2002, chef Luciano Del Signore has also opened Bigalora wood-fired pizza
(Photo: Kiya Gibbons / Special to
The Detroit News)
restaurants (which all have fantastic craft cocktails, as well as Italian dishes) in Southfield, Royal Oak and Ann
Arbor.
Restaurant weeks highlight local spots
Ferndale Restaurant Week runs through Sunday. Participating restaurants are offering $10, $20 or $30 meals for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Choose from
the upscale, such as the $30, three-course dinner at Cork Wine Pub, to the casual — the $10 lunch combo at M-Brew that includes a pulled pork
sandwich, cole slaw and a root beer. ferndalerestaurantweek.com.
Detroit Restaurant Week returns for the 2015 spring edition May 1-10. The dining promotion offers three-course dinners for a fixed price of $30.
Participating restaurants include familiar names like Roast, La Dolce Vita, Detroit Seafood Market and Andiamo Detroit Riverfront. A full restaurant list
and menu is on the way. Visit detroitrestaurantweek.com (http://www.detroitrestaurantweek.com/).
In Ann Arbor, the bi-annual restaurant week returns June 21-26. Some spots offer two-for-one pricing, others may have two or three fixed-price meals.
Lunch is $15, dinner is $28. annarborrestaurantweek.com.
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Food and beverage events
Spring Fever Beer Fest at Royal Oak Farmers Market: Sample from more than 50 Michigan-made beers. 6:30-11 p.m. Sat. $45, $65 VIP. 316 E. 11
Mile, Royal Oak. (248) 202-4662 or royaloakbeerfest.com (http://www.royaloakbeerfest.com/).
Light the Future at Craft Work: A benefit to restore the historic street lights in Indian Village, this event includes a three course meal, cocktails and a
silent auction. 4-7 p.m. Sun. $125. 8047 Agnes, Detroit. http:///bit.ly/1FCUtWU (http:///bit.ly/1FCUtWU).
Fancy-Pancy Bar Food at MotorCity Wine: Chefs Reid Shipman, Jason Osburn and Brandon O'Sullivan prepare an a la carte menu of lamb tartare,
potato skins, pork belly sliders, tater tot waffle poutine, falafel, Scotch egg and other inventive dishes. 5 p.m. Sun. 1949 Michigan, Detroit. (313)
483-7283.
Michigan Spring Dinner at Wicked Table: Seven-course spring dinner paired with Michigan wine and spirits. 6 p.m. Tues. $125. 38503 W. 10 Mile,
Farmington Hills. (248) 474-7777.
Seasoned Chef's Dinner at Big Rock Chophouse: Established and experienced chefs from Metro Detroit restaurants prepare a multi-course meal with
wine pairings. Chefs are: Chris Johnson from the Meeting House in Rochester; Alan Merhar from Evans Street Station in Tecumseh; Jay Gundy of Cork
Restaurant; Iridescence's Benjamin Meyer; Jeff Rose from C.A.Y.A. Smokehouse Grill; and Matthew Fitchett and Eric Voigt of Big Rock Chophouse and
the Reserve in Birmingham. Cocktails and hors d'oeuvres begin at 6 p.m., dinner at 7 p.m. Wed. $190 (includes tax, tip and valet). 245 S. Eton,
Birmingham. (248) 647-7774.
Dining Out for Life in Metro Detroit: Participating local restaurants — Bella Piatti, Brady's Tavern, Christine's Cuisine, Local Kitchen & Bar, Mudgie's
Deli, Seva (Detroit), Priya Indian Cuisine, Sweet Lorraine's (Southfield) and the Bird and the Bread — will donate a portion of sales to the Michigan AIDS
Coalition on April 30. diningoutforlife.com (http://www.diningoutforlife.com/).
The 8th annual Michigan Cask Ale Festival at Ashley's Beer and Grill: The largest cask-conditioned craft beer event in the state. Sample from more
than 30 from breweries across the country. 2-6 p.m. May 9. $45 (includes 12 drink tokens). 7525 Wayne, Westland. (734) 525-1667.
Founders Fest 2015 in Downtown Grand Rapids: A celebration of craft beer and music with Dirty Dozen Brass Band and more. 3-11 p.m. June 20.
Tickets on sale Friday at foundersbrewing.com.
Melody Baetens
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