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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Our Table Is Set: The Roadhouse Invites the Community

Join Zingerman’s Roadhouse for an unforgettable experience at our Arab American Special Dinner #217 with culinary genius Ana Sortun! Check out the full menu and reserve your spot now. Warm, buttery hummus. Roasted chicken wrapped in delicate flatbread. Brown butter pecan pie. At the Roadhouse we are known for our comfort food, and the dishes […]

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Meet the Vegetable Butcher: Ari’s Interview with Cara Mangini

Cara Mangini will be our honored guest at the Roadhouse’s Tomato Dinner #214 on September 12th! We will be tasting delicious recipes from her new book, “The Vegetable Butcher”, and watching a live demo of her butchering vegetables! Don’t miss out. Grab a seat today! In the meantime, sink your teeth into Ari’s recent interview […]

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Good Food, Roadhouse, Zingerman's Events

Joan Nathan Brings a Taste of the World to Zingerman’s Roadhouse

Cookbook author, University of Michigan graduate, cultural storyteller… all these things and more describe our next Roadhouse Special Dinner guest, Joan Nathan. What are we looking forward to the most about her visit with us for our Harvest Special Dinner? It might be that the multiple James Beard Award winner will prepare delectable dishes from […]

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The Roadhouse Celebrates Diverse American Cooking with Two Special Dinners at the Roadhouse

Zingerman’s Roadhouse, which has spent the last fourteen years bringing really good American food to Ann Arbor, ups its game in August—the restaurant will celebrate the diversity of cooking in US by welcoming two American culinary luminaries from opposite ends of the food world. One is a famous pitmaster, practicing a rare bar-b-que tradition, and […]

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Agriculture, Roadhouse

We the People Growers Association: Farmer Melvin Parson’s Vision Is Taking Root in Ypsilanti

If you had told Farmer Melvin Parson a few years ago that he would be impacting his community though farming, he might have looked at you like you were turning into a turnip. But here he is in Ypsilanti, with rows and rows of vegetables filling up almost an acre. The farm is We the […]

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