Restaurant reviews and food news from Ann Arbor Observer reviewers and blogger Mae Sander.
Thursday, September 8, 2011
News for a new school year (esp if you aren't going to the Notre Dame game 9/10)
For all the thousands of folks who ride the academic tide out of Ann Arbor in spring and back for fall, you may be noticing a few changes in the local food scene.
- Mark's Carts has brought popup dining to Ann Arbor in a lovely setting on Washington St. near Ashley:
/articles/something_new_under_the_sun.html /arborweb.com /
- A couple of notable upscale eateries opened to positive reviews downtown... Find out more in the September Observer, coming soon to http:
/! /arborweb.com /
- The wonderful HomeGrown Festival (including locally produced beer and wine for sale) is right around the corner:
Saturday, September 10, 2011, 6 -11 pm, Ann Arbor Farmer’s Market, Kerrytown, 315 Detroit Street, Ann Arbor http://homegrownfestival.org/
- The next day, in the same will be the annual Kerrytown BookFest, which doesn't forget local foodies when creating its events. At Hollanders, you'll find a lecture-demo on Tasting and Touring Michigan’s Homegrown Food (noon) by author Jaye Beeler and photographer Dianne Burdick, and discussion of Ma Baseema: Chaldean Middle Eastern Cooking with a Chaldean Flair (2 p.m.) with editor Jane Shallal. Full schedule at
/calendar/festivals__fairs__shows____sales_110905.html /arborweb.com /
Doesn't that sound like a good way to pass the historic day of 9/11, in the company of community?
Posted by Mary Beth Lewis at 4:38 p.m. | 0 comments
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