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with loving care and taste excellent
because of it.
Every year, this popular but cheap
restaurant adds something new to its
menu. Whether it be new shake flavors,
chocolate chip cookies or ice cream
sundaes, McDonald's is still the only
place to stave off your hunger as
quickly as possible.
205 S. State
Specializing in Greek food, the Olga
sandwich comes in many varieties and
even has a few vegetarian styles.
Frozen Olgurt is a specialty along with
their spinach pie. Reasonably priced.
1237 S. University
This fast food emporium features
refreshing orange, strawberry or
pineapple juilus'. Also serves hot dogs
and hamburgers. Average.
reakfast at Angelo's is a campus
institution. Warm, homemade raisin
bread and coffee really hit the spot af-
ter a late-night study session and the
prices are reasonable. '
Frieze Building, the food is good if you
happen to be there when the place is
512 E. William
Featuring amazing varieties of cap-
puccino and an Italian menu, the pizza
is the big draw at this Old English style
pub and cafe. Downstairs, the new
Salad Cellar has about the best salad
bar in town.
Camouflaged behind a run-down ap-
pearance is one of the best seafood
restaurants in town. Scrumptious crab,
lobster and clams are served on paper
plates in a very casual atmosphere.
There is often a half-hour wait.
207 S. Main
'Chicken in the rough' is the specialty
here. A heaping plate of homestyle
fried chicken served with fries and a
roll with honey. Fair price, friendly
Inexpensive and rarely crowded, the
food is only passable. Fairly large
menu though, and the service is good.
DRAKE'S SANDWICH SHOP
709 N. University
Great old-fashioned atmosphere. Good
sandwiches and the limeade is a must.
Also offers a huge selection of candies
Great sandwiches at this unique, little
fast-food place, even though they're
microwaved. Pleasant service.
Liberty at Thompson
Some say the sicilian pizza is the best in
town although experts claim the quality
has slipped of late. Often crowded.
118 W. Liberty
Somewhat pretentious, the decor is
nonetheless attractive. Service is fair
but the book is better than the food.
LUCKY JIM'S FISH AND CHIPS
Authentic English fish and chips. Also
offers a variety of take-home Chinese
and other Oriental food.
Huge salads of every shape and kind,
the julienne is probably the best of the
bunch. Good soup and vegetable dishes:
Prices a bit high but worth it and don't
forget to try the amoretto mousse.
MICHIGAN LEAGUE CAFETERIA
AND SNACK BAR
Kind-hearted TAs often bring their 8:00
classes over for that first cup of coffee
in the morning. The food is standard
cafeteria although there is a variety.
Features ethnic food on a regular basis.
OYSTER BAR AND
301 W. Huron
Features a varied menu of seafood and
type of spaghetti sauce. The service
specializes in seafood. Other notable
items include whiffle fries and whiffle
salads. Not cheap, but a nice at-
S. University at Church
The den was remodeled last year, but it
has retained its dubious reputation as a
late-night hangout for sojne strange
folk. The pizza is decent and the hours
are great during finals.
WORLD'S HARVEST CAFE
The French onion soup, topped with
tons of cheese, is superb. It takes a bit
of looking to find the place though.
H -it' d the W d' H t
ICE CREAM PARLOUR
117 W. Washington
This ice cream is the real McCoy-no
artificial preservatives or flavorings.
Has some really unusual flavors and
frozen yogurts, too.
A little out of your way, but serves the
biggest and freshest scoops in A2. The
delight is well worth the walk.
ILs Insi e U I t o s arves*
I-94 at State
This ritzy restaurant features good
steaks and an excellent brunch. Dress a
little on the swanky side, to match the
IN-ROBBINS GANDY DANCER
Corner of S. University 401 Depot
and E. University This is probably the ultimate in Ann
us for its ever-changing 31 flavors, Arbor dining. Features the best
hain store offers the basic ice seafood, flown in daily. Great at-
n flavors along with about 20 mosphere-being located in the midst
al others. A little expensive, con- of the city's old train depot lends to the
ng the size of the scoops. charm of the place. A trip here is worth
Y QUEEN the price.
Corner of Packard and Stadium PRETZEL BELL
npdillyishus may not be in your 120 E. Liberty
iulary, but don't let that turn you Catering to the collegiate nostalgia
stricken, this eaterie offers good clam
2 chowder and tasty edibles. You can
even sing along with the RFD boys
every Friday and Saturday night.
rom the shop's sweet soft-serve.
.aes and cones are reasonably
REAL SEAFOOD COMPANY
341 5. Main
Decent prices for very high quality
seafood. They serve large portions, too.
AND LOUNGE 100S. Fourth
Expensive, and not-quite-worth-it food,;
this eaterie is located high atop the Ann
Arbor Inn. Offers good jazz listening
THE LORD FOX
3400 Plymouth Rd.
A little out of the way (you'll need a
car), this restaurant has rustic charm
coupled with a good salad bar and
steaks. Reasonably priced, too.
Features lower priced alcoholic
beverages in a posh atmosphere.
Food's okay, too. Excellent jazz on the.
E. Huron at State
Good breakfast buffet and location.
Impress your friends at the elegant
2900 Jackson Rd.
Good steaks and beef dishes. Also offers
a nice salad bar. Typical Holiday Inn
decor, which isn't surprising since it's
located at Holiday Inn West.
3600 Ply mouth Rd.
Serves some really cosmopolitan dishes
along with a great assortment of ap-
petizers-homemade soup, meatballs
and tangy Schuler's Bar Scheeze with
crackers. Desserts are scrumptious
too. Be prepared to eat a lot and enjoy
its pleasant atmosphere.
.win inca and dinima
338 State St.
Greek food is the specialty here but the
recently remodeled eaterie also offers a
large sandwich and dinner menu. The
food is so-so and a bit overpriced but it's
about as close to campus as they come.
1306 S. University
Famous for its cinnamon-coated
'fragels', this is the place to go for any
kind of bagel imaginable and they're
usually still warm. Also serves san-
BEST STEAK HOUSE
217 State St.
The price is the most notable feature of
this cafeteria-style steak place. For
around $2 you can get a full dinner and
the steak is really pretty good.
1301 S. University
B.J.'s, as it is called; offers a diverse
menu and a comfortable atmosphere.
The food is somewhat overpriced and
there is a long wait. However, it's a
very popular spot where students go for
a cozy dinner and drinks.
Chicken, fish and burgers in a basket
are the specialty here. A large san-
dwich and dinner menu is offered at the
Ann Arbor franchises of this Mid-
western chain. Reasonable prices and
BILL'S COFFEE CUP
201 E. Liberty
Students rarely stop in for the fast, lun-
ch counter variety of food. Usually
frequented by downtown businessper-
sons and shoppers.
1204 S. University
Despite its greasy-spoon reputation, the
Jug is often crowded, especially on
weekend. Groups of students fill the red
vinyl booths while they scarf down piz-
za, beer and gossip. Open until 2:00
Monroe St. at Tappan
A quaint outdoor cafe where one can
dine and watch the world pass by. The
soup and sandwiches are well above
average but so is the price. Graduate
students often congregate here filling
the air with philosophical conversation.
A bit off the student-beaten track. This
little spot specializes in homemade
soup and chili.
721 E. Huron
Located just across the street from the
r W Offer Students:
" the collaborative
art & craft classes
fall term begins
* Art fairs and
U other marketing
" monthly newsletters
" master workshops
* guides to profes-
sionalism in the
* internships in
A diner that looks exactly like a diner.
Within the metallic structure one finds
burgers and breakfast the items to
select. Inexpensive, homestyle food.
FLIM FLAM DELI
A North Campus Sunday night hot spot,
the food is O.K. but limited in variety. A
good selection of cheese, however.
Close to campus but definitely lacks
'atmosphere. Homestyle food served
fast with Greek dishes a specialty.
GREAT LAKES STEAK CO.
39655 S. State
Clear on the other side ofb-94, the out-
side isn't much to look at but the steaks
are good. Try the house dressing, it's
The same as everywhere else. Stick to
the ice cream and maybe the.clams if
you think they're worth the
JOHNNY'S STEAK AND ONION
and the salad bar are excellent.
Ann Arbor's newest, the Stagedoor
specializes in French dishes. The
ratatouille and mousses are outstan-
ding and check out the spread for Sun-
STATE STREET DELI
' 800 S. State
The only campus-area deli is a fine
example of the economic law of supply
and demand. If you want that New York
style cheesecake or authentic corned
beef sandwich bad enough, you'll pay.
S. University at Forest
Recently changed hands, but things are
basically the same as when Steve him-
self controlled the operation. Chili and
omelettes are the favorites.
Nothing more than vending machines
and a counter that is sometimes open to
serve up grease-laden burgers. Do not
208 E. Huron
A bit out of the way, the Whiffle Tree
FA R RE LL'S
Sundaes and ice cream in general are
over-priced at this huge birthday party
of a place. Good for kids' celebrations
and candy addicts.
Pleasant atmosphere and good
wholesome, natural flavors. Pattened
after its predecessor, Miller's, it
features the same ice cream selection
with smaller scoops and somewhat
1227 S. University
Known on campus for their generous
scoops and friendly service, this ice
cream store offers some unique flavors,
all very rich and- good. A scoop at
Miller's is a double dip and more
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