Ann Arbor Restaurant & Bar Guide
Hunter House Hamburgers

609 East William Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
(734) 368-9592

This establishment features the original slider. And you are just not going to find any better than this juicy little piece of heaven. Now, we have one major tip for you. You must order some onion rings with your slider. They are crispy and yummy and they go perfectly with your burger. The only thing left for you to do is to figure our the type of burger you want. You can even get a veggie burger if that is what you are into. The service staff is very friendly and accommodating at 609 East William Street.

Zingerman's Roadhouse

2501 Jackson Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI 48103
(734) 663-3663

This place has such a great reputation. They are passionate about the fabulous food that they serve their customers. Most of the food ideas served up here have come from the owner's travels all over the world. You will find some of the most unique meats at 2501 Jackson Avenue including pork, lamb and goat, and beef. They also offer artisan cheeses and micro-brewed beers and fine wines. Of course you have to try the old classic macaroni and cheese at some point. To help you out because there are so many choices, the staff will let you sample anything you see on the menu before you order.

Frita Batidos

117 West Washington Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
(734) 761-2882

When is the last time that you sampled Cuban fare? Well, check out 117 West Washington Street and you will now have a chance. Here, they offer a natural pairing of frita, a burger traditionally made from spicy chorizo and batidos, a tropical milkshake made with fresh fruit, crushed ice, and sweetened milk. The meat, cheese, and produce all come from Michigan or the Mid-West. In a very casual environment, it is the goal of the owners to maintain the highest standards of taste, quality and creativity.


341 East Liberty Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
(734) 213-7400

Considered Ann Arbor's very own Mexican Cantina, this place recreates the warmth, laughter and spirit of Mexico. Their menu is inspired by the street stall food found in open air markets throughout Mexico. This means a very diverse menu for you. And talk about beverages, you will find a nice list of great drinks including tequila, mezcal, rum, and whiskey. But don't worry, they also have specialty cocktails and a very comprehensive wine list. Voted the best new restaurant, a visit to 341 East Liberty Street will provide you with an experience you won't soon forget.

Mani Osteria & Bar

341 East Liberty Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
(734) 769-6700

You won't believe what you will find at 341 East Liberty Street. This is an independently owned family friendly restaurant that specializes in artisanal pizzas and other creative Italian dishes prepared over wood-burning ovens. They really make your experience fun which is what a dining experience should be. There is much to explore on the menu and the staff invites you to try something different every time you visit. The full bar offers regional craft beers, old and new world wines and specialty cocktails inspired by classic Italian and American spirits.

Jolly Pumpkin Cafe & Brewery

311 South Main Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
(734) 913-2730

All we can say about this establishment is wow, where in the world do we begin. This is one of the most interesting places that you will ever experience. There are lots of fresh local ingredients and unique flavor combinations. This is not just your typical pub food. On the drink side of things, there is so much to sample and so much to learn. The bartenders are your best source of information. Remember, when you visit 311 South Main Street, you will receive a great variety of micro-brews and ales to pick from and you learn more about beer than you have ever dreamed of knowing.