January 2022 Biz Buzz
The Broken Egg (221 N Main St, Ann Arbor) is permanently closed. However, their recipes will still be in use at family-owned restaurants including Nick’s Original House of Pancakes and The Village Kitchen.
Cinnaholic is opening its first Michigan franchise in downtown Ann Arbor (121 E. Liberty Street) on Friday January 28. Cinnaholic serves “create your own” cinnamon rolls and other sweet treats. All products are fresh baked and 100% vegan.
Torrid opened a new location at Briarwood Mall (100 Briarwood Circle, Ann Arbor). They specialize in women’s clothing for sizes 10 – 30, including plus size dresses, jeans, tops, and accessories that fit in every size.
Cloverleaf (formerly at 201 E. Liberty, Ann Arbor) closed after 27 years in downtown Ann Arbor.
PizzaForno opened a 24/7 Pizza ATM (1214 S. University Unit 1208). Order your pizza by touch screen on the PizzaForno. It will be ready to eat in 3 minutes flat. You can select the “cold pizza” option when ordering to bake it at home.
Dolores Ypsi (6 S. Washington Street, Ypsilanti) is closing just shy of four years in business. January 28 will be their last day making scratch made Mexican food and cocktails.
Firehouse Subs opened an Ann Arbor location (3500 Washtenaw Ave. Suite G2). They’re known for steaming their meats and cheeses then serving them on toasted private-recipe sub rolls.
Which Wich (301 E Liberty Street, Ann Arbor) is closed permanently.
Lavender Lane on Main is opening on February 5 (12 E. Main, Milan). Founded in 2016 in Milan, Michigan, Lavender Lane provides guests with organically grown lavender and the highest quality lavender self-care products.
Plate Sushi and Chicken opened (1133 Broadway Street, Ann Arbor), serving fresh sushi and crispy chicken. It’s open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday.
Mr. Spots celebrates 35 years in Ann Arbor, having opened on Nov. 8, 1986. (808 S. State Street, Ann Arbor). Known for their wings and cheesesteaks, it’s a favorite with university students and local residents.