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BARA R
GOOD TIME CHARLEY'S
There are few things nicer than spend-
ing the first glorious days of summer
drinking a Long Island iced tea on a
sunny patio. This fact, among many
others, is why Good Time Charley's remains
one of the most popular student bars in Ann
Arbor, with lines out the door once tempera-
tures reach above freezing. With a wide out-
door patio, in addition to better-than-passable
food, generous drink specials and a preemptive
smoking ban, Charley's remains the go-to spot
for the 21+ set - or those with a decent fake. On
certain high-volume nights, the attentive staff
will even serve beer outside while bar-goers
wait on line: That's service. After all, you bet-
ter be more than a little buzzed before you can
entertain the idea of stumbling over to Rick's.
-SASHA RESENDE

ThursdayApn b11E
THRIFT/VINTAGE SHOP ->
SALVATION ARMY,.
o some, the words "Salvation of person has some interaction with it,
Army" mean a great place to from the wealthy suburban housewife-'
find ridiculously cheap cast-off gingerly handing over the OshKosh over-
Christmas sweaters. To others, alls with holes in the knees, to the enter-
it brings to mind those bucket-toting do- prising art student who buys them fora
gooders standing out in the snow ringing multimedia project exploring the empti-
bells and making passersby feel guilty for ness of childhood through clothing. The
hurrying past with a pocket full of cash. Salvation Army is the middle section of a
But these images barely scrape the sur- Venn diagram pairing"evangelical altru-
face of what the "S & A Boutique" really istism" with "trendy cool"; it'd be miles,.
is. Ultimately, it represents a slice of life: ahead of the competition, except there
After all, where else can you watch hip- really isn't any. And so, though it's not
ster college kids and grandmas on Social saying anythingnew, it's time to go ahead
Security fight over the same smelly old and deem the Salvation Army "Best of
jumper? The Salvation Army is an Ameri- Ann Arbor."
can culture major's paradise. Every sort -SHARONJACOBS ANNA SCHULTE/Daily
715 North University
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SUSHI
SADAKO
You know you're eat-
ing poorly rolled sushi
when it falls apart the
moment your chop-
sticks unite with the outer sea-
weed/rice layer, leaving nothing
but a dismantled crab-cuc-avo
corpse all over your plate - the
worst. But this is never a prob-
lem at Sadako, this year's Best
of Ann Arbor winner for sushi.
Here, the rolls are tight and
together and always fresh and
delicious. Couple this stress-free
sushi eating experience with a

serene restaurant atmosphere -
walls and waitstaff all outfitted
in a soothing baby blue. Though
sometimes slightly overpriced,
all's well because the restaurant
splurges on the smooth chop-
sticks that don't give you splin-
ters, and if you order more than
$6 of food, you get acomplemen-
tary miso soup and a mysterious
orange dressingsalad that tastes
delicious. Sadako, a previous
Best of Ann Arbor winner, defi-
nitely stays raw.
-EMMA JESZKE

PIZZA
THE ORIGINAL COTTAGE INN
The secret to a great Italian restau-
rant isn't just the food, though The
Original Cottage Inn certainly
delivers on that front. No, it's the
ambiance. And this Ann Arbor mainstay
knows how to present a gourmet Italian
atmosphere so coinplete you forget you're
eating next to a giant construction pit. The
eatery's two levels of ivy-colored brick
quaintness make you feel like you've just
stepped in from a Roman piazza, as does
the generous portion of olive oil your server
pours for dipping your bread. Then you taste
the deep-dish pizza, with its perfect sea-
soning and crunchy-doughy crust, and you
realize why groups like the Glee Club will
routinely take over the entire place: Italian
food this good begs to be shared with a few
dozen of your closest friends.
-ANDREWLAPIN
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