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COLLABORATIONS — Hour Detroit’s bi-annual dinner series Savor Detroit returns April 24 through April 28. This year’s featured chef teams include forthcoming Foundation Hotel heavy hitter Thomas Lents and Myles Anton (Trattoria Stella); Mike Romine (The Mulefoot) and Brandon Wolschleger (Table 5); Chris Cason (Chapman House) and Matt Baldridge (The Conserva); Sarah Welch (Republic) and Nikita Sanchez (Rock City Eatery); and John Vermiglio (Grey Ghost) with the Great Lakes Culinary Center’s Reva Constantine. The cost is $115 to $125. [EaterWire]
EVENTWIRE — Royal Oak Restaurant Week is back on March 3 through March 12 with 28 participating restaurants — the event’s largest lineup ever. Diners can expect three-course lunch and dinner menus priced at $15, $25, and $35 at spots like La Dulce, Bigalora, Bistro 82, and Cafe Muse. Reservations are strongly recommended. [EaterWire]
EATERWIRE — PJ’s Lager House is launching a new Monday chili special. Patrons can check out the bar from 3 p.m. to midnight every week for a $6.95 bowl of beef or vegan chili. [EaterWire]
BRUNCHWIRE — Did brunch just jump the shark? Metro Detroit chain Olga’s Kitchen is apparently launching brunch service on weekends until 2 p.m. The menu includes Southwest omelets, Greek loukoumades doughnuts, and more. [EateWire]