Get a Real Taste of Ann Arbor

. June 1, 2016.

The Main Street Association’s annual Taste of Ann Arbor event brings everything Ann Arborites love about the culinary scene to one place! Visitors purchase tasting tickets for 50 cents apiece to try bite-sized samples from over 40 Ann Arbor restaurants. Nothing costs over $4, and enjoy a show with the food: Bank of Ann Arbor’s Sonic Lunch will be serving up live musical performances throughout the day with other activities courtesy of the AADL and University of Michigan.

 

Sunday | June 5 | 11am-5pm | Downtown Ann Arbor
mainstreetannarbor.org | Free

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