Coffee

Join Us for Zingerman’s Coffee Company Grand Re-Opening & See Our New Digs

Enjoy our fresh café with us during our Grand Re-Opening weekend, taking place February 24th and 25th! This event will mark the official unveiling of renovations that we underwent between July and November, 2017. It’s free to RSVP! A few years back, we saw that our business was expanding and that a need for additional seating […]

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Zingerman's Events

3rd Annual Jelly Bean Jump Up: Support SafeHouse

It’s February, and that means it’s Jelly Bean Jump Up time! This will be the third year for this fundraiser, and we’re hoping it will be our best yet. Every penny you give goes directly to SafeHouse Center.  Jelly Bean Jump Up is our annual fundraiser to raise money for SafeHouse Center, which offers support […]

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Zingerman's News

Jan/Feb 2018 Zingerman’s Newsletter PDF

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Food Artisans, Roadhouse, Wine

Eat, Breathe, and Drink Wine with André Hueston Mack

On January 30th, Zingerman’s Roadhouse will be hosting our 13th Annual African American Dinner, featuring the noteworthy wines of André Hueston Mack. André owns his own winery in Willamette Valley, Maison Noir Wines, and was named Best Young Sommelier in America in 2003. He is the first African American to win that distinguished honor. André’s […]

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Deli, Zingerman's Events

This Is the Cure for the Winter Blues: A Hungarian Feast!

At Zingerman’s, we believe that delicious food and new experiences are the cure for the winter blues. That’s why we’re really excited to announce our Winter Hungarian Feast! Hosted by Zingerman’s Deli co-owner and head chef Rodger Bowser and our Hungarian friend Gábor Bánfalvi, this multi-course meal scheduled for Sunday, January 28 at the Greyline […]

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Art, Diversity & Inclusion

5 Questions: An Interview with the Director of Me, “The Other”

  Here at Zingerman’s, we’re very excited for the soon-to-be released documentary Me, the “Other”.  The film follows 12 students from three colleges in Southeast Michigan’s Washtenaw County, including a DACA recipient attending the University of Michigan, an 64-year old trans woman studying social work at Eastern Michigan University, and a son of German immigrants […]

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