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Restaurant reviews and food news from Ann Arbor Observer reviewers and blogger Mae Sander.


Archives for May, 2012

Friday, May 25, 2012

Ask in order to receive!

One great thing about living in a town with lots of agile LOCAL food businesses: They often really listen to you when you tell them what you like!

Case in point: Observer editor John Hilton recently got a message from Zingerman's Marketing Dept, to tell him his favorite bagel was coming back for one day only on June 1. Intrigued? It's all about the "chewy, crusty bagels with garam masala, curry powder (15 spices in all!) and golden raisins... Call to place an order: 734.761.2095 $1.35/each."

Likewise, after yours truly raved about the ambitious yet delicate chocolate sampler at Raven's Club on Main St., then was disappointed (vocally) on a subsequent visit to see it gone, news came recently via the grapevine that it is back, berry and bonbon garnish and all. Check it out--and don't be shy telling eateries what YOU like.


posted by Mary Beth Lewis at 10:44 a.m. | 0 comments


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