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In a burger landscape where everyone seems to want to outdo the other (here, let me top that grass-fed patty with some fried quail egg and foie gras), Hunter House rests comfortably atop the hamburger hill.The sliders are legendary, but the restaurant’s back story is just as juicy. He’s now on the verge of opening his third restaurant in Ann Arbor, but Mani Osteria still holds it down as the favorite Italian café in town. About an hour after MO opened in 2011, owner Adam Baru’s ascent on the city’s dining scene began its meteoric takeoff.Opened since 1952 in Detroit’s northern suburb of Birmingham, Hunter House has appeared regularly in everyone’s “best of” lists when it comes to burgers. With all-breakfast fare all hours of day and night, this iconic diner is a cornerstone of the city’s restaurant scene.
Obviously, it’s The Big House, Jim Harbaugh’s khakis, and being one of America’s best college towns to eat and drink in -- at least according to some lifestyle site that rhymes with “illest.” But if that’s not enough to convince you, our list of the 16 most important restaurants in Ann Arbor totally should...Opened in 1948, it was the first establishment to serve pizza in the city.Zingerman's is applauded globally for its constant dedication to excellence, so there is no better deli or sandwich option than ZD’s, not just in Ann Arbor, but in the Midwest. In other instances, the chef’s name can carry a place.The line can be long, but the custom sandwiches, like the BLT w/ Arkansas peppered bacon on grilled farm bread, and everything else from corned beef to fish, make this place worth the wait. At Ann Arbor’s best Japanese fusion house, it’s both.
There are also wood-fired pizzas in flavors like wild mushrooms and ham with a garlic cream sauce; pepperoni/sausage/ham-meatball; and about a dozen more in between, all with perfectly crisped crust. But in a city like Ann Arbor, with its 43,000-plus University of Michigan students (not to mention the approximately 111,000 people who cram into the football stadium on Saturdays), the Original Cottage Inn pizza stands above the rest. The menu is stripped down, but still full of everything from artfully curated small plates like charcuterie and cheese, to a handful of salads, and three or four wonderfully burly Italian sandwiches, to pasta that is made fresh daily.