Artini 2015

. February 1, 2015.

Some of Ann Arbor’s top bars and restaurants will, for the 7th year running, compete to create the city’s most artful martini, while supporting the Ann Arbor Art Center. Artini-goers visit the many participating establishments—The Alley Bar, Bab’s Underground Lounge, The Black Pearl, Café Felix, Conor O’Neill’s, Habana, Mash, Mélange, Rush Street and Vinology—tasting hand-crafted cocktails. At the end of the evening, the public votes via text for their favorite “Artini.”

Artini Martini Crawl, $50, Friday, February 20, 2015 beginning at 7pm, annarborartcenter.org/artini2015.

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