Restaurant Week is an excellent opportunity to visit Ann Arbor’s most eclectic eateries. Indulge in authentic Ethiopian cuisine at Blue Nile, traditional Korean dishes at Seoul Garden, and try the famous Reuben sandwich from Zingerman’s Roadhouse! As well as discovering new flavors and favorites, these restaurants offer selected multi-course lunch and dinner menus for a fixed low price, and many restaurants included are additionally offering 2-for-1 pricing. Visit the link to see the 60+ participating restaurants and make your reservations today!
Explore Dexter’s Monument Park, located at the city’s center, as ice sculptures take shape during live ice-carving demonstrations! Participate in snowman-building contests, warm up at the hot cocoa station, visit the children’s game zone, and enjoy so much more. Monument Park also hosts an outdoor ice rink in the winter months, so bring your friends and family out to this inaugural festival for a fun-filled time!
Hang out with night-time super-heroes Catboy, Owlette, and Gecko, and follow them on their journey as they attempt to save the day against their villains Romeo, Night Ninja, and Luna Girl. With the help of their new friend PJ Robot, will the trio stop the villains from ruining someone’s day in time? This live production features live musical performances, leaping, flipping and climbing all on stage!
Fustini’s Cooking Class: Winter Entertaining
Fustini’s Oils & Vinegars
407 N. 5th Ave., 2nd Floor, Ann Arbor
Susan Rice on Tough Love: My story of the Things Worth Fighting For
735 S. State St., Ann Arbor
The 1619 Project: Examining the Legacy of Slavery and the Building of a Nation
U-M Rackham Auditorium
915 E. Washington St., Ann Arbor
January 31 - February 1
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