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Restaurants

Dining out is one of Ann Arbor's favorite pastimes. The number of restaurants has more than doubled in the past twenty-five years, and new ones open continually. [maps]


Key to listings:

Under $6
$6 to $12
$12-$20
Over $20
Checks accepted
American Express
Discover
Mastercard
Visa
Senior discounts
Birthday discount
Outdoor seating is available
Alcohol served
Gluten-free options available
Delivery available
Diapering facilities
Wi-Fi
Disability friendly
Catering available

Price categories are based on a meal for one, excluding beverages, tax, and tip.

Delivery If a restaurant offers delivery, call to inquire about delivery areas, minimum orders, and delivery charges - some deliver for free.

Discounts Discounts vary. In many cases the birthday deal is a free dessert rather than a discount. Call ahead for details.

Lena - Food of the Americas Brunch - Saturdays and Sunday
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