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Amadeus Can Sing with Central European Flavor

Three decades later, the Viennese-style café ethos continues in Downtown Ann Arbor

Bewon with Korean, atypically served

Bewon serves well-sauced fare, soberly Housed in an overlookable strip mall off Plymouth Road near the US 23 onramp, Bewon (3574 Plymouth) belongs to a niche genre of low-key Korean restaurants with interiors resembling rural American diners. The restaurant’s walls, hand painted with a subdued Cotswolds botanical motif, create a wholesome mise en scène for

Studying Vinology

Food and wine, correctly paired at Vinology.

Dalat: A Capital Idea

Curious about how Southeast Asian natives opened a Vietnamese restaurant in Southeast Michigan, an answer that is intriguing and historically significant. Son Le and his parents, Lang Bui and Hoanh Le, were part of the ‘boat people’ who left Vietnam in the early 1980s. At the end of the Indo-China War, with America’s withdrawal from

Ascending Everest Sherpa’s Flavoral Medlies

Delicious foods for natives and tourists alike at Everest Sherpa.

Poke Fish and More—Hawaiian Inflected Fare

For a light but filling meal that leaves you feeling clean and healthy, Poke Fish is a great addition to the Washtenaw County culinary landscape. Like pho and ramen before it, this dining option migrated from Asia, across the Pacific, finally arriving here from the Left Coast. We’re glad Adam Chen picked Ann Arbor for his poke vision, and we will visit again soon to make certain that he knows it.

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Edible Plants Foraging Walk

Find out what Mother Nature has to offer as we join Rachel Misfud from Will Forage for Food to look for edible, medicinal, and otherwise useful plants and mushrooms on the Discovery Center trails. The walk will be leisurely, but participants need to be able to handle uneven, shrubby or muddy ground, as the walk

Meals on Wheels Celebrates Meals on Heels

Join Ypsilanti Meals on Wheels (YMOW) to celebrate the glamour of the 1920s at Meals on Heels. This year’s event again draws its inspiration from the style and romance of The Great Gatsby, promising a night filled with 1920s fashion, the flavors of spring, and of course, everyone’s swankiest shoes. Seasonal hors d’oeuvres, craft beers

By the Sidewalk Food Tour Offered Every Weekend

The Classic Ann Arbor By The Sidewalk Food Tour is in full swing every weekend. Stroll through the historic Kerrytown district, taking in the architecture while getting to know the owners of favorite establishments, many of which provide food and beverage samples. You’ll receive the equivalent of a full meal from all of these tastings

Ann Arbor Farmers Market Food Truck Rallies Begin

Get outside for dinner this summer! Ann Arbor Farmers Market Food Truck Rallies take place on the first Wednesday evening of each month, beginning in May. Trucks, carts and more than 100 local vendors will be on site selling plants, cutting boards, artisanal food, coffee and most anything else you can imagine. Bring a chair,

Get jazzed for brunch at Detroit Filling Station

Detroit Filling Station has everything you need for the perfect brunch: mimosas, Bloody Marys, sangrias, pancakes, avocado toast, biscuits, and— you get the picture. Aside from all the foods that are downright good for your soul, you can also groove to the sounds of jazz singer, songwriter, guitarist, and founding member of The Appleseed Collective,

RoosRoast’s Burrito Fridays!

If you like breakfast burritos as much as we do, you have to check out the savory combos at RoosRoast Coffee Rosewood on the first Friday of every month. Come by early because they do sell out quickly. You might even catch some live music while you’re there! Music, coffee, and breakfast burritos— sounds like