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September 07, 2005 - Image 72

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V-we Iugan v1y - New Stuaent Edition - Fall 2005 ANA
Navigating the streets of A2
By Katie Niemeyer and Lindsey Ungar. Photos by Mike Hulsebus.
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The State Street area is one of the
most well-traveled for Michigan
students. Places like Cosi, Mr.
Greeks and Potbelly's offer students
a quick between-class lunch or
a moderately-priced dinner with
friends. Noodles & Co. added a little
more variety with its opening last
year. For a sit-down meal, students
can try Red Hawk or Buffalo Wild
Wings. Located near Stateand
Michigan Theaters, State Street is
a great place to go to take in dinner
and a movie. Because mnost of the
restaurants are on the Northern
end of State Street, it's a great
place to stop before catching ao
performance at Hill Auditorium or
a speaker at Rackham. If you're
lucky enough to live in South
Quadrangle, you can make the short
trek south to Big Ten Burrito.
South University is great for students on
Central Campus to grab a quick lunch at
Oasis or Jimmy John's. China Gate - voted
a Best of Ann Arbor for Chinese food - is
great for those interested in going out
or those who want to order take-out and
26 watch a movie. Home to many of Ann
Arbor's bars, including Touchdown Cafe
and Good Time Charley's, South University
draws a lot of its business from the late-
night crwd. Night owls enjoy pizza at The
aeBackroom (open until 3 a.m.)oPizza

House Open until 4 a.m.) and crepes at
Rendevous Cafe. The Brown Jug i a perfect
place to meet friends for burgers and fries,
Afterward, you can walk down to Bubble
Island for Bubble Tea and a round of Uno.
Malin Street c an be a bit of a hike for many
-students, but it's the perfecty place to take
Visiting parents who are excited to spend'x 1,
time with their college freshman. Parents.,
better bring, a full wallet if they want to+4
take you to The Chop House or Gratzi, and
if they really love you, maybe they'll spring r
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