Ann Arbor chef Eve Aronoff is reopening a new version of her restaurant

. December 1, 2015.
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Inspired A2 chef, Eve Aronoff, is reopening a new version of her beloved restaurant. Eve will be housed in the Bell Tower Hotel, featuring a few of the longtime menu favorites, such as Curried Mussels and Macadamia Encrusted Salmon, plus new items, including “seasonal feasts” comprised of ample platters of food for sharing presented with seasonal accompaniments. Aronoff will combine the same passion and attention to detail that she employs in her restaurant, Frita Batidos, with just a bit more formality. The restaurant will be serving dinner, a breakfast buffet and Sunday brunch as well as catering options.

Eve, Bell Tower Hotel, 300 S. Thayer St.
734-769-3010

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