‘Dine Out Ann Arbor’ unites area restaurants

BTL Staff
By | 2007-11-29T09:00:00-05:00 November 29th, 2007|Uncategorized|

ANN ARBOR – What’s on your plate Friday, Dec. 7?
“DINE OUT ANN ARBOR” will give area residents the opportunity to fight AIDS by doing something they frequently do – eat Out!
Nearly 50 restaurants from Ann Arbor and neighboring cities will participate in the Eighth Annual “DINE OUT ANN ARBOR” benefit.
Local restaurants will donate 10 percent of the day’s sales to the Midwest AIDS Prevention Project (MAPP), Michigan’s largest non-profit AIDS educational organization.
Modeled after its successful sister event, “DINE OUT DETROIT” which features over 100 restaurants in over 35 metro Detroit cities,”DINE OUT ANN ARBOR” is exclusive to the Ann Arbor market and has received tremendous support from the community.
Participating restaurants include: Gratzi, Chop House, Arbor Brewing Company, Connor O,AeoNeills, The Original Cottage Inn, Amadeus Restaurant and Cafe and La Dolce Vita. The event is sponsored by FOX2 News, the METROTIMES and Between the Lines. The Honorary Host is Lee Thomas of FOX2 News.
For more information about “DINE OUT ANN ARBOR” or for a complete list of restaurants, check the METROTIMES, visit the web at http://www.dineoutmichigan.org or call MAPP at (248) 545-1435.

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