Channeling the culinary cornucopia of Southern France, kitchen staff at Mikette Bistro (1757 Plymouth Rd) aim for the flavoral trinity harmonizing sweetness, salinity and acerbity in each menu item. That Mikette formulates rotating menus for lunch, dinner and brunch service renders this feat even more impressive. The two-and-a-half-year-old restaurant’s Chef de Cuisine, Robyn Corvin, maintains
Because spectator-friendly varsity athletics represent an eminently supportable facet of the University of Michigan, what better way to foster social bonding and feelings of community than drinking alcoholic beverages? Few pastimes can liven up audience participation at sporting events quite like pregame beverages. Luckily, we provide an abbreviated guide of what to drink before each varsity sporting match.
A peek into the minds of Ann Arbor’s culinary arbiters and their unique perspective on Washtenaw County’s dining and hospitality culture.