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Located in the Ypsilanti Marriott. Classic American cuisine. Steaks and chops are certified Black Angus beef. Prime rib is fruitwood smoked and slow roasted with rosemary and garlic. Pizza, pasta, seafood and chicken also available.

In the former space of Cafe Luwak, which closed at the end of 2010, Café Ollie is under new ownership, with a menu that's different though similar, with more vegetarian and vegan options.

An EMU student favorite, and not just because it's dirt cheap. Not big on atmosphere, but the meals are tasty. New additions to the menu in honor of their recent move.
Authentic Vietnamese and Chinese food.
Prime rib, London broil, New York strips and more.
Reminiscent of a '50s diner. Home-style cooking and daily Blue Plate Specials. Burgers are served Southern style with lettuce, tomato, onion and mayo. Deli sandwiches, gyros, pork chops, BBQ ribs and chicken. Good lasagna.
"Our bi-level dueling pianos and sports bar features a full dining menu and more than 113 beer selections from all over the world. Laugh and sing with our dueling pianos Wednesday through Saturday. Join us for karaoke every Sunday night. Upstairs is the "Best Dang Sports Bar," with pool tables, darts and more.
"Discover the exceptional value of a Sunday luncheon in the extraordinary 18th Century tavern located in The Queen’s Residence Bed and Breakfast. The 1700’s New England traveler’s tavern was a gift to the house from Henry Ford. Chef Chad Clay of Cady’s Grill is catering the splendid period lunches, while Kay Brown enchants you with her Celtic Harp. From the moment you enter the Wild Turkey Tavern you will be awed by its history and ambiance. The communal dining and intimacy of the tavern lends itself to inspired conversation. As you are getting to know your tablemates, the staff will serve you. Expect a hearty stew, shepherds pie or other period main course, topped off by Chef Chad’s bread pudding or cobbler. Continue to delight your senses and take the walking tour of the Historic South Side. Then visit The Rocket on Main Street, a fun retro gadget and candy store, and the Riverside Arts Center Art Gallery on Huron Street. For a real treat, make your way over to historic Depot Town. There you will find the antique firehouse museum, automobile museum and antique and gift stores."
A full service independent music store with new and used cds, vinyl, and collectibles. We also have a full service coffee/cappuccino bar and a live performance space. The atmosphere is very laid back and fun, with an emphasis on music memorabilia of all kinds. Roots rock and pop are predominently featured. All shows are free in an intimate, artist-friendly environment. Located in Ypsilanti's historic Depot town. Quick access to several great bars and restaurants.
Great Irish pub-like atmosphere with a giant working fireplace ... serving 16 beers on tap, mostly microbrews. Sidetrack is situated almost on top of the tracks in historic Depot Town. Our outside patios are large and great for train viewing. We have been a pub since 1850. The large back bar has been in the Sidetrack for over 100 years, along with the restored tin ceiling. The Sidetrack has been rated the best burger west of Detroit. The whole menu was given a 9 out of 10 for food from the Ann Arbor News. Wonderful Shepherds Pie... and the beer selection is one of the best in the area. Great shopping in the immediate area surrounding the Sidetrack. Makes for a great day trip... across from Ypsilanti Farmers Market.
Downtown Ypsilanti's oldest drinking establishment features food, beverages and live entertainment seven days a week. The atmosphere is relaxed and casual, catering to a diverse clientele. The original woodwork and tin ceiling have been carefully maintained. The Tap Room features a selection of 63 bottled beers and 9 drafts, 4 of which rotate on a monthly basis. The menu features a broiled 1/3 pound burger and a variety of fresh soups, salads and subs. For your late-night hunger attacks, the Tap Room serves a variety of munchies until midnight. The kitchen opens at 11 am for lunch.
This Mediterranean Bistro is a must visit in Ypsilanti! Famous for award winning pizzas and pastas. Located across from Eastern Michigan University, the Tower Inn has become the favorite hang out spot for both college professors and students. The restaurant is very kid friendly and many families enjoy an affordable and relaxing dinner there. Try the award winning pizza blanca, the sundried tomato ravioli or the chapatis. Considered Ypsilanti-Ann Arbor area's Best Price for Price (as in Pound For Pound) restaurant.
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