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.
A peek into the minds of Ann Arbor’s culinary arbiters and their unique perspective on Washtenaw County’s dining and hospitality culture.
Listed as a restaurant of “Southern-style,” this genre ascription discounts the gravitas of Mo P’s culinary machinations.
Ollie Food + Spirits, the name of Mark and Danielle Teachout’s restaurant in Ypsi’s Depot Town, came from an unexpected past. When Mark was young, his father explained that he had a name selected for Mark before he was born, Burgess Oliver. Despite his father’s selection, his mother prevailed and he was given the moniker
High heat, sharp objects, open flames, and picky customers. The chef’s life ain’t easy— but it is inventive and demanding, and these Washtenaw County chefs live for the thrill of it. Nick Hinderliter Night Cook, Lucky’s Market 1919 S. Industrial Hwy. | Ann Arbor 734-368-9137 | luckysmarket.com What did you have for dinner last night? A
With designated nights for music and dancing in the adjacent dance floor and continuing interior enhancements with succulents and other plant accoutrements, dessous continues its ascent.