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He’s now on the verge of opening his third restaurant in Ann Arbor, but Mani Osteria still holds it down as the favorite Italian café in town.
About an hour after MO opened in 2011, owner Adam Baru’s ascent on the city’s dining scene began its meteoric takeoff.
Zingerman's is applauded globally for its constant dedication to excellence, so there is no better deli or sandwich option than ZD’s, not just in Ann Arbor, but in the Midwest. In other instances, the chef’s name can carry a place.
The line can be long, but the custom sandwiches, like the BLT w/ Arkansas peppered bacon on grilled farm bread, and everything else from corned beef to fish, make this place worth the wait. At Ann Arbor’s best Japanese fusion house, it’s both.
And if they didn’t, there’s everything else behind the counter: loaves to go, sliced meats and cheeses, and cold Thai noodles, plus hard-to-find condiments and rich desserts. ” and then, in the media equivalent of a mic drop, boldly stop writing about this AM-eats destination, but then we couldn’t tell you that in addition to ultra-thin pancakes stuffed with both sweet and savory ingredients (the Complete w/ ham, eggs, Havarti and crème fraiche; the Normandie w/ sautéed apples, walnuts, cranberries, a honey and Chantilly crème drizzle, and powdered sugar; etc.), CZ also has… Chef Takashi Yagihashi (the very man who opened the legendary dining room Tribute in Farmington Hills, among numerous other popular restaurant holdings) deftly jells Far Eastern traditionalism with Japanese comfort food.Spicy homemade ramen; cold and hot small plates; sashimi, nigiri and maki rolls; and fun, funky experiences like the yellowtail tartare tacos make for fantastic, flavorful fare.