Taste of Ann Arbor

. May 1, 2015.
Tasteofannarbor

Cauliflower, kaniwa, celeriac, grasshoppers? As area restaurants set up pop-up operations on Main Street to serve up tastes of what they do best, keep an eye out for 2015 food trends. Bite size and not so bite size snacks range in cost from from $0.50 to $4. Participating restaurants include Blue Tractor, Cafe Felix, The Lunch Room, The Ravens Club, Silvio’s, and many, many more. Sonic Lunch cafe presents live entertainment on the corner of Liberty and Main.

11am-5pm, Sunday, May 31, Main Street. mainstreetannarbor.org   

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