Food Notes

Mid Summer Eve Duck Dinner at Logan

Logan Restaurant Chef Thad Gillies— a chef known for his creative, modern cuisine— and Carmela Foods are presenting a three-course meal featuring Jurgielewicz ducks and an optional flight of Carmela wines. Make sure to register online soon, seats will fill up fast! Meal is $50 per person | $25 per person for wine flight. 5-10pm

Hopcat Ann Arbor Beer Dinner with Bell’s Brewery

Join Hopcat Ann Arbor for a four-course vegetarian dinner paired with carefully-chosen beers from Michigan’s own Bell’s Brewery. The menu includes pretzels with dips, roasted cauliflower soup, spinach and avocado enchiladas, and vegan cookie dough ice cream. Hopcat has been ranked as one of the top bars in the world for quality beer selection. Perfect

Green Things Farm Summer Community Dinner

Listen to live music from local bands Matt Jones and the Reconstruction, Frontier Ruckus, Rhyta Musik, and Westbound Situation while enjoying dinner with the community on an organic farm. Bring your own picnic or purchase a vegetarian dinner with fresh farm ingredients catered by Jolly Pumpkin Ales + Kitchen. Family friendly; kids under eight get

999 Bottles Of Beer On The Wall

Sample over 1,000 beers from 150 Michigan breweries at the two-day 22nd annual Michigan Brewers Guild Beer Festival.

Barista Throwdown

Try your hand at latte art in a contest judged by Instagram influencers, or watch and eat donuts to celebrate the one-year anniversary of Teaspressa Ann Arbor’s opening.

A Legen-Dairy Street Party

Celebrate Washtenaw Dairy’s anniversary with a street party with food, music, dancing and games.

Taste Of Spring

The Taste of Spring Collaborative Dinner brings a multi-course meal from several different local vendors who will be present to discuss their contributions.

You Got The Beet

Detroit plant-based pop-up Street Beet is hosting a vegan brunch at The Lunch Room, with gluten free, nut free, and soy free dishes available.

LobsterFest

Bust out the bibs and celebrate Father’s Day weekend at Ashley’s 37th Annual LobsterFest!

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