New 'Cue in Town
A few warnings: Be careful navigating inside, because the slab-stone floor can get very slippery. The servers aren't consistently on top of everything (ironic that they wear striped referee shirts). The choice of pies for dessert was devoid of traditional fruit favorites when we asked, and the "candy bar" slice we sampled had mottled flavors and texture. Both home and away U-M game days mean big crowds and long waits for food--even up to forty-five minutes.
With so many television sets around, even when it's not packed, R.U.B is hardly peaceful. That can be distracting when you want to concentrate on slowly savoring your well-cooked meal. But a lot of times you do want to have an eye at least on the score of one of our area's pro or college games--and props to R.U.B. for showing Michigan women's sports as well as men's.