A classy restaurant in the area; I was surprised by the ambiance as I walked in. The food was pretty good and reasonably priced, and the drink menu was nice as well. All in all an enjoyable meal.
After dinner ended up walking in the wrong direction to a different bar and stumbled into here. Initial reaction was lets go, but half of us had already grabbed a table. Anyway, ended up being a lot of fun and glad I stuck around. Bartenders were really friendly, and were nice enough to call us a cab at the end of the night.
The service here was a quite slow, and the place wasn't even that busy. The drink specials are okay, and the spicy wings are pretty spicy, and I can handle my spice. If you order the margaritas make sure you get the ice cubes not the slushie, and don't order shots of tequila b/c its probably not tequila
This whole in the wall is not the kind you wish to stumble upon. The bar is no where near anything interesting, and is poorly lit. Often frequented by the local youth for its no carding policy. I am embarrassed to even say that I have been here.
Being from southeastern michigan and having had a lot of authentic middle eastern cuisine back home it is often difficult to find equally good food elsewhere; however, Sultan's Market rivals if not beats almost anything I have had before. The falafel is made fresh every 20 or 30 minutes and the hummus is great as well as the spicy sauce they add. It is also very inexpensive ($2.50 for the falafel pita), I am salivating just thinking of it.
Cottage Inn ended up being my favorite pizza place in ann arbor. The dough was always fluffy, and you can get stuff added to the crust, like butter garlic cajun. They handle gourmet and regular pie equally well. Delivery isn't always spot on, in fact one time they completely forgot about my order. But for the most part can't really complain b/c the pizza is that good especially the gourmet specialty pizzas
I have only ever gotten pizza by the slice usually between classes or after the bar, but the pizza has always been okay and the slices are large. I like the white pizza or the spinach and mushroom, but neither of which are anything to write home about. Beware of the after bar rush though because the place will get packed and you could end up waiting a while for your pie.
Cottage Inn ended up being my favorite pizza place in ann arbor. The thin crust pizza is really good as well as there specialty pizzas (pesto primavera, was my favorite.) The dough was always fluffy, and you can get stuff added to the crust, like butter garlic cajun. They handle gourmet and regular pie equally well.
Pizza house has good food, and a large selection. Salads are pretty good. For me personally i really like the chicago style deep dish, and its really the only place on campus to get it. Price is moderate, and when my parents come in town and I want to eat somewhere quickly on campus this is where I would go.
The layout of the place is horrible. The place is huge, but always empty. The food is actually decent, and frankly you really only go there for the long islands, which are not too expensive. Personal favorite the Jamaican long island. Anyway, I would only go there for a quick drink or lunch if I wanted to sit outside and people watch, but as soon as I am done I would leave as quickly as possible.