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Dominick’s boasts a long history (and an even longer menu) If you ask the townies, “Ann Arbor has changed over the years.” If you ask the busy and bustling crowds of U-M freshmen, they’ll ask: “What?” So, who’s right— the aging hippies who complain about the changing times, or the young newbies eagerly awaiting the

Paesano Restaurant & Wine Bar

Crossing the threshold to enter Paesano (3411 Washtenaw) allows diners to enter another world.

Ann Arbor Restaurant Week Features More Than 50 Restaurants

Ann Arbor Restaurant Week, a semiannual event starting Sunday, June 9, is the perfect time to try something new (or settle into your stand-by favorites with deep discounts).

A Visit To Tunisia In SE Michigan

Tucked into a humble strip center on North Maple Road an understated yet functional interior defines El Harissa. With varied North African and Mediterranean goods in a commercial market space, including oils and food items from Tunisia, fabrics, pottery and other adornments, the market exudes an eclectic and comfortable feel. Energetic world music livens the

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

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Cruelty-Free Cuisine Class

Who says you have to skimp on the flavor if you’re eating vegetarian? Not the folks at Fustini’s, who will be hosting an interactive class on November 29 about meat-free dishes made with their fine assortment of oils and vinegars. Chef Nikolas Bardt will be guiding attendees through the creation of dishes such as Roasted

Take a breath and Wine Down on Wednesdays

You’ve made it over the hump and survived through Wednesday. Why not celebrate your triumph with a movie and a lovely glass of vino? Look no further than Wine-Down Wednesdays at the State Theatre in Ann Arbor. Every Wednesday all wines on sale at State Theatre are priced at 50% off. See such interesting fare

Detroit Fall Beer Festival

The Michigan Brewers Guild will host one of the largest all-Michigan craft beer tastings at Detroit’s Eastern Market for the 11th year in a row. 120 of the state’s breweries will be present with nearly 1,000 beer choices. Sip a brew and enjoy a bite from the food stands while listening to the lineup of

6th Annual Fast Food for Thought

Hosted by the University of Michigan Sustainable Food Systems Initiative, ten faculty members, from varied disciplines, come together to talk about food, agriculture and sustainability. Each speaker will give a five-minute presentation, followed by a reception with refreshments. Although the talks are quick, the topics are not. Learn about local food-related research and take a

Chefs in the Garden 2019

Join this fundraiser dinner for Growing Hope, an Ypsilanti nonprofit dedicated to fostering an equitable and local food system through their farmers marketplace, urban farm, and kitchen space. This month features a cocktail hour and live music by Matt Jones and Davey Jones, a meal specially prepared on-site by Chef Brandon Johns of Grange Kitchen

Bask In The Bounty

Spend the day celebrating the bountiful produce of fall during The University of Michigan Sustainable Food Program’s Harvest Fest. Educate yourself with a farm tour and enjoy the season’s offering of fresh food. The Campus Farm’s sustainable values and community atmosphere is open to the whole family. 1-4pm | Sunday, September 29 Campus Farm at