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10E Thursdy, April 15,2010 of Ann Arbor

ThursdayApril15, 2010 // Best of Ann Arbor 36

SANDWICHES
ZINGERMAN'S
ingerman's Delicates-
sen is what puts Ann
Arbor on the foodie
map. Though the famous
sandwiches are pretty pricey,
you're paying for quality, and the
food doesn't disappoint. From
the famous #2 Zingerman's Reu-
ben stacked with sauerkraut and
tasty corned beef to the lesser-
known, but still delicious #73
Tarb's Tenacious Tenure turkey
sandwich smothered in avocado
and Wisconsin muenster cheese,
all can find something fresh and
flavorful to sink their teeth into.
Zingerman's has a fun, relaxed
dining atmosphere and a mouth-
watering selection of deli meats,
cheeses, breads, desserts and
more kinds of olives than you've
ever heard of. Best of all, parents
love taking their college kids to
Zingerman's, so milk that for all
it's worth. Calories don't count at
Zingerman's.
-LEAHBURGIN

BURGERS
QUICKIE BURGER
Lorated on the corner of Hill
and State, this small cor-
ner joint offers aromas that
grab the nostrils of every
passerby. The oversized burger
puts the Big Mac to shame in its
weight and quality, though its
"quickie" nickname is not refer-
ring to the taste: Its taste lingers
long after eating. Even if you
already ate a burger and fries on
top of that box of Franzia you pol-
ished off an hour ago, you'll still
consider eating another. The best
part about Quickie, though, isn't
getting the food. It's sitting in the
maize-and-blue interior with the
view of State St., making awk-
ward eye contact with the guy
from your English class as you
shove that huge burger in your
mouth. Conversations via Quick-
ie window are a one-of-a-kind
experience - nothing says friend-
ship like a wave at a familiar face
through the Quickie glass.
-ARIEL BOND

The Fifth Quarer
210 S. Fifth Ave. I Ann rbor, .I 734.332.0200

BURRITO
CHIPOTLE
Dear Chipotle,
Thank you for being the
most dependable, most
delicious burrito place in
all of Ann Arbor. Don't let any hat-
ers tell you otherwise. They haven't
yet learned how to look past your
cold, metallic appearance (seriously,
is it necessary to make customers
feel like they've just stumbled into

a robot factory?) and appreciate
what makes you so great: the simple
elegance of your menu, the hearty
chunks of grilled chicken in your
flagship item, the non-mushy beans
and the option of corn that makes
the burrito all the more satisfying.
But the rest will come around to you
eventually, once people realize that
sometimes burritos should actually

taste good when consumed while
sober. Which brings me to a pressing
matter: Guys, you have to start stay-
ing open late. Nobody in their right
mind has ever said, "Boy, this bur-
rito place would be so much better if
it closed at 10 p.m."
Sincerely,
A burrito lover
-ANDREWLAPIN

TOREHAN SHARMAN/Daily

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UNIVERSITY FAN APPAREL
MDEN

T I INDIAN FOOD

W rail know what
the M in MDen
stands for, but
here's a bunch
of other things it could mean:
magnificent, mellifluous,
multipurpose, major, mar-
velous and merry. MDen is a
one-stop shop for all things
Michigan, whether you need

a seating cushion for your butt
at football games (which you
shouldn't if you're a real fan)
or an office chair for your butt
at work. Things can run on the
pricey side, but can you really
put a price on proudly pre-
senting the maize and blue?
Well, technically yes, .That's
kind of the wholepo'iit'of. an

establishment like MDen,
really. But for a true Michigan
fan, the prices are well worth
it. So when your baby, porch,
living room, bedroom, self,
bathroom, relatives and pets
all need to be decked out in
Michigan gear, MDen has you
covered. . ,,..
I5AMTERLDCK

RAJA RANI
Anyone walking west
of State Street on a
breezy day will get a
strong aroma of Indi-
an food (enticing or unpleasant,
depending on the person) burst-
ing from a house on the corner
of William and Division. But
wait! It's not a house at alt It's .
a restaurant called "Raja Rani,".3

which translates directly from
Hindi as "King Queen." Though
nonsensical, the name is regal
and alliterative, and will surely
draw you in with the promise of
delectable chicken tikka masala
and palak paneer. Some say that
the food is a tad too greasy, but
that's what makes it.so .damn
.delicious. And. its .affdrdable:

Eight bucks for the lunch buffet,
stocked with enough samosas,
naan and lamb curry to make
your dadi maa in Bangalore
proud. Holy Vishnu, that is a
good deal -- Raja Rani being
voted the best Indian restaurant
in AA is as obvious as an Indian
guy writingthiskblurb
KAVIPANDEY

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