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Mediterrano meets Main Street

An updated original, and a new venture

From the August, 2012 issue

John Roumanis and his new partner, son Peter Roumanis, have started work on their Main Street restaurant, which as of early July still didn't have a name. Peter graduated from Cornell's School of Hotel Administration, worked for Mario Batali in New York (at Del Posto), and returned to Ann Arbor last year. The new restaurant, next to the Ravens Club, will be two stories, seating about 140. "It will be American food, composed, local, and beautiful. That's all I can tell you right now," says John (Peter was in Germany).

 
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