These are just a few suggestions for you to check out while you are in Ann Arbor. Read the full article from the Washington Post here for more places to eat. We hope they will satisfy your appetite!
As mentioned in our previous post, there are many interesting places to discover in Ann Arbor for MLC students learning English here. In this post, we want to share some great places to eat!
Check out these suggestions of local A2 eateries (courtesy of the Washington Post.) We hope you enjoy their food as much as we do!
422 Detroit St, Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Along its brick street, the 1902 building and its classic awning and neon window sign are enticing. Once inside, a wall of bread greets visitors. You can sample anything you want from the display of variously shaped loaves. You’ll want to come back and try the many different sandwiches offered at this Ann Arbor institution.
Address: 1100 Catherine St, Ann Arbor, MI 48104
When Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps was at U of M, he reportedly fed his training appetite here. The breakfast at Angelo’s regularly draws a sidewalk queue. At this family-owned spot, in business since 1956, you can find pancake stacks, huevos rancheros, deep friend french toast, omelets, corned beef hash, and even crab cake eggs benedict! Yum!
Address: 602 S Ashley St, Ann Arbor, MI 48103
The Washtenaw Dairy, founded in 1934, is a corner hot spot for ice cream, newspapers and doughnuts. They even deliver! This is the perfect place to kick back and enjoy some hand-scooped hardpack on a warm day.