eat

1906 Packard St
Ann Arbor Charter Township, 48104
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I LOVE Eat. This is probably my favorite restaurant in Ann Arbor - which is saying a lot because Ann Arbor has a great food scene. I've tried so many things on the menu, and only had one thing which I wasn't absolutely crazy about. The sweet potato salad is delicious - super flavorful (I think with tahini); spaetzle is also a great side choice. Their sandwiches are flavorful and better than Zingerman's in my opinion--I particularly like the roasted asparagus sandwich and the cubano--oh and the bacon harissa sandwich! The roasted vegetable salad is simple and tasty--with perfect roasted veggies and goat cheese. The chocolate coconut macaroons are amazing - the perfect way to end every meal. Their tomato jam is also incredible--sweet, tangy and wonderful on toast and goat cheese. There isn't a ton of space to eat inside - but you can call ahead to carry out. In the summer, the outside tables are a great place to eat and get some sunshine. In short, I love this place! I highly recommend it. The people who work there are also wonderful- so friendly and pleasant.
Outstanding! If you are traveling on business and need dinner. You are alone or with a small sales team, GO EAT HERE. This will go on my personal top ten. Save room for the blueberry pie. Had some of my buddy's pot roast and it was even better. And the service was great.
I love the concept, I don't love the execution. Two and a half stars but rounding up to three since this review is based off only one eating experience. The interior is small and welcoming with only one 4-top table and then about 4 bar seats at the window. I don't mind this but what I did mind was the self-entitled guy who sat at the giant table while we squished in at the window. That is not the restaurant's fault but it still irks me. I wonder if there's a better way to streamline a kind of "temporary eatery space" which accommodates more people. The service was not great. Short and stern. And the dudes doing food prep in the back were making some questionable comments to the NPR show playing in the background. Just felt a little too "this is our too-hip-for-you world and you're just eating in it" for my liking. The food. I was so excited about its potential. We ordered the pork confit sandwich and the risotto. Luckily, for 12 bucks you get your money's worth for the risotto portions. It was GIGANTIC. The sandwich was pretty generous, too. Unfortunately the food was so heavy, fatty, and oily that it completely destroyed my stomach. I love me some rich comfort food but this was really intense. It overwhelmed any other flavors or textures. I may try one of their 'lighter' dishes in the future to avoid the dripping-with-oil experience because I'd like to give them another chance. But it is really hard to convince myself to go back (and spend so much money).

(734) 213-7011

Caterers, Street Vendors, American (New)

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Jet’s Pizza

1749 Plymouth Rd
Ann Arbor Charter Township, 48105
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****Great Detroit Style Pizza**** Jet's is great. The deep dish square pizzas are definitely a step up from Domino's, Papa Johns, and the like. In NY, these are most comparable to Sicilians. However, the dough is a little lighter in texture and fluffier and the sauce is also a little lighter and sweeter. Probably greater dough:sauce ratio here. In my opinion, better than most Silician slices I've gotten in NY, which is pretty high praise. Fairly greasy, and the crust has a nice marginal burnt crispiness. You can taste the quality of the ingredients. It's not "gourmet" pizza, but its very good for a chain. The downside is cost. Menu prices are high and no coupons are provided on the website (unlike the big chains)...try to get your hands on some coupons as they make a big difference. It's still expensive, but for the quality of pizza makes it a much more viable option. For the price I'm not sure if getting the round pizzas is really worth it although I haven't had one of these in a while. FINAL VERDICT: Definitely delicious and novel enough for the deep dish/8 corner pies to make my rotation of local pizza options or order from when I am in SE Michigan -- good to try if you're interested in Detroit-style pizza.
This was my favorite pizza chain in college, but my past two experiences at this branch have been bad. About a month ago my boyfriend and I ordered pizza and Turbo Stix from here. After it arrived, we found that the pizza sauce we ordered with the Turbo Stix was missing, so we called in to ask if we could get some. The person on the phone was incredibly rude. When he heard what the problem was his first reaction was to ask, "What do you expect me to do about it?" I asked if we could please have the sauce we ordered. He had a bad attitude and condescending tone the whole time and went out of his way to make things difficult (asking what our address was and then interrupting a lot and having me start over a number of times when I tried to spell it for him--he wouldn't even let me get four letters into it). Eventually I gave up and, for the first time in my life, asked if I could please speak to someone else working there. He put me on hold for a long time. When the phone was finally picked up, a second man on the other end was very polite and was much kinder. He apologized for the mistake and said someone was on the way with the sauce. The second man ended up saving our afternoon (neither of us like Turbo Stix without the sauce). We used to be regular customers and had ordered from this Jet's once or twice a week ever since we moved to the area. But, after this, we were concerned about what kind of service we would get if we ordered from here again. We tried other places in Ann Arbor, but Jet's was still my favorite. Today, after a very long and difficult day, we decided to give Jet's one more shot. My boyfriend ordered this time. Our Turbo Stix had the sauce, so we thought everything was fine. We started to think that maybe it would be okay to continue ordering from there again since there didn't seem to be any problems. Then, partway through eating, I picked up one of the Turbo Stix and a very crispy fly fell off of the bottom of it (picture included). Jet's was closed by then, so we could call in to report it or ask for a replacement. We ended up needing to throw the order of Jet's Bread away since we knew, based on the fly, that it was made in unsanitary conditions. It saddens me to say it, but we won't be ordering from here again. This branch of Jet's Pizza has thoroughly lost our trust after these incidents.
Very good pizza. Reasonably priced and hot and fresh. I have ordered large quantities for staff meetings/parties more than once and everyone has gobbled it up. Many positive comments.

(734) 332-1300

Pizza

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Popeyes

200 Baker Rd
Ann Arbor Charter Township, 48103
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I found this restaurant nestled to one side of the main building in the TravelCenters of America (T/A) truck stop. While I am not one to frequent national chain restaurants, every once in a while, a Popeye's comes along and I take my taste buds out for a little Louisiana cuisine. I absolutely love their red beans and rice, and their chicken is always a hit, as well. Easy and convenient for travelers of all sorts, they have plenty of parking available for anything that travels the nearby interstate highway. A drive-thru is available for persons in passenger vehicles.
I have been craving Popeyes chicken for three weeks. I think about it daily, I kid you not. After 3 weeks of daily emotional struggle and internal conflict with my (healthier, more sensible) self, I finally did it...and boy was it worth my while. Part of the reason why I was so hesitant to come here was because of all the sad reviews I saw for this particular Popeyes location. But hey, with only one Popeyes in the vicinity of Ann Arbor, beggars can't be choosers. No promotions, coupons, or staggering deals as others have noted, but I caught a glimpse of the "2 can dine for $9.99" advertised on the bulletin board on entry to the truck stop oasis, so I went with that--not bad in my opinion. Service was fine, let's be real, ain't nobody expecting to be wowwed by the service here. They had ran out of spicy chicken breasts when I got there, so the server asked if he can replace it with some other pieces, which I was okay with. I like thighs more than breasts anyhow, so it was a win-win. I ordered a 5-piece box and came home with 8-pieces of chicken. Moral of the story? I just won at life. Other than the cajun fries, which were pretty meh, everything was as delicious as I had remembered.
As a person that is allergic to certain ingredients ... I asked the manager to look on the nutritional chart for me.... As she approached me at the counter she said no I'm not going to look this up and if "you" want to know what's in our food please look at the web site.... I will not be back!

Comfort Food

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Ann Arbor Charter Township, 48104
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Subway

411 E Washington St,Ste A2
Ann Arbor Charter Township, 48104
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(734) 761-7000

Sandwiches, Fast Food

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