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Repurposed for refueling: Detroit Street Filling Station

Once upon a time in Ann Arbor— specifically beginning in 1925 when it first opened— the building at 300 Detroit Street served to fuel automobiles as the Staebler Family Oil Company. Some forty years later, it shifted to offering a different kind of fuel when it became the Ann Arbor Fish Market, and its drive-through front area was closed off with white stucco, creating the triangular-shaped edifice still in existence today.

Fiery La Torre Taqueria

Spice up winter with low-key Mexican fare

The Report on Rappourt

Brew & Chew Offers Just That

The Best of the Wurst

Ann Arbor Sausage Showdown

The Spencer experience done properly

The Joy of Eating

Haymaker Public House

Packing the best kind of punch

Ma Lou’s: Count the Ways

Ma Lou’s Fried Chicken gives hungry customers exactly what they advertise: authentic fried chicken

A taste of the Jamaican Jerk Pit

Small place, mighty flavor