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Celebrate Negroni Week; First Annual Taste of Thailand Festival

La Feria Photography by Chris and Michelle Gerard

DETROIT/METRO DETROIT It's #Negroniweek, and local bars are participating with special Negroni cocktails, at least $1 of which will go to support 826 Michigan, which supports kids in their creative writing efforts. The Oakland, Sugar House, and a boatload of Ann Arbor bars are participating this week only. [Metro Times]

MIDTOWN La Feria has announced summer hours, and they include no more afternoon siestas, as they'll stay open between lunch and dinner. As of yesterday they are open Monday through Thursday from 11:00 a.m.- 11:00 p.m., and they're open until Midnight on Friday and Saturday. They posted a reminder that the kitchen stops serving one hour before close though, so don't stroll in last minute expecting a full meal. [Facebook]

STERLING HEIGHTS Taste of Thailand festival, the first of what will hopefully be an annual event, takes place at the end of this month in Sterling Heights. The event will feature regional and unusual dishes from dozens of Thai restaurants along with traditional music and dance according to the Detroit Free Press. The event takes place at 8500 Plumbrook (east of Van Dyke and north of 17 Mile) on June 29th. Admission is free, but individual booths will charge for food to support programs at the Buddhist Meditation Center and Buddhist Temple in Sterling Heights. [Freep]

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