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JACKSON, MICH. – Experience Jackson, Jackson County’s official tourism bureau, presents the inaugural Jackson County Restaurant Week, planned during the week of April 8-12, 2024. Twenty-five different food establishments are participating.

“The variety of restaurants participating highlights the current food scene,” said Rachel Buchanan, Experience Jackson Marketing & Development Manager. “With three food trucks, two bakeries and a handful of brick-and-mortar restaurants, there are plenty of unique options to choose from.”

Participating restaurants in Jackson County, Michigan will provide a selection of $15 menu options throughout the week - with a variety of locations to experience breakfast, lunch, and/or dinner.

Patrons simply visit a participating restaurant, request the Jackson County Restaurant Week menu, place an order, and request a punch card. Taking a punch card to each dining experience through the week qualifies guests for restaurant gift card drawings.

“Across the state, the restaurant industry is a driving factor in our communities, contributing more than $2 for every dollar spent by a customer back into the local economy,” said Ryan Tarrant, Experience Jackson and Jackson County Chamber of Commerce President and CEO. “Restaurant Week is an opportunity to promote and support a local accommodation and food service sector that employs 4,500 people in Jackson County alone.”

Participating restaurants include 308 Brass Rail, Andy’s Pizza, Baby Bear Burger, Bella Notte Ristorante, The Blue Julep, Booher’s Fresh Market & Diner, Burnt Honey, The Crazy Cowboy, The Dirty Bird, Doll N' Burgers, Eagles Nest Bar & Grill, FFF Truck, The Five Forks, Flavorz, Grand River Brewery – Jackson, The Hunt Club, Lucero's Mexican Bar & Grill, Mama's Mercantile and Eatery, Murphy’s Bistro, Nite Lite, Ogma Brewing Co., PB&J's BBQ, RJs Metropolitan Ice Cream Co., Veritas, and West Texas BBQ.

Guests are encouraged to check with each participating restaurant for hours and unique menus for Jackson County Restaurant Week.

For more information about Jackson County Restaurant Week, visit

About Experience Jackson

The mission of Jackson County Convention and Visitor’s Bureau (Experience Jackson) is to strengthen the positive perception of Jackson County as a must-visit destination to increase revenues and stimulate economic development and growth for the community.