Food & Drink in Ann Arbor

$8.80 for $16 Worth of American Food at Holiday Restaurant

Holiday Restaurant

Ann Arbor

Hand-battered fish and chips, tuna melts on grilled rye, multi-grain buckwheat pancakes, and more

$16 $8.80

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$15 for $30 Worth of American Fare, Such as Stacked Standwiches and Steaks, at Creekside Grill

Creekside Grill

Ann Arbor

Stacked sandwiches and steaks highlight a menu of contemporary American fare

$30 $15

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$14 for $28 Worth of Mediterranean Food at Damas Restaurant

Damas Restaurant

Ann Arbor

Kebabs, chicken and eggplant fattoush, and other Mediterranean classics

$28 $14

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Sweet and Savory Crepes and Drinks for Dine-In or Carryout at What Crepe (Up to 50% Off). Three Options.

What Crepe

Ann Arbor

Chefs line sweet and savory crepes with fillings such as garlic parmesan-smoked salmon or oranges and candied pecans

$10 $5

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Diner Food for Two or Four at Big Boy (Up to 50% Off)

Big Boy

Ann Arbor

Classic diner food, such as burgers, patty melts, pot roast, and shakes and malts

$15 $8

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American Food and Drinks at aMa Bistro (Up to 50% Off). Three Options Available.

aMa Bistro

Ann Arbor

Breakfasts of large omelets with hashbrowns, sandwiches like the chipotle turkey club, and entrees like stuffed peppers or seafood risotto

$20 $10

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French and Italian Dining at The Earle Restaurant (Up to 43% Off). Three Options Available.

The Earle Restaurant

Ann Arbor

Perfectly browned scallops and sautéed duck breasts pair with more than 1,200 wines

$74.85 $49

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One or Three Groupons, Each Good for $20 Worth of Pub Food at The Village Pub (40% Off)

The Village Pub

Ann Arbor

Classic pub food, including sandwiches and nine different burgers, alongside sirloin steak, sizzling fajitas, and a well-stocked bar

$20 $12

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Barbecue or Diner Food for Lunch or Barbecue for Dinner at Saline Downtown Diner (Up to 48% Off)

Saline Downtown Diner

Saline

Diner serves slow-smoked and slow-cooked barbecue meals alongside Upper Peninsula–style pasties and traditional diner food

$15 $8

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$11 for $20 Worth of Mediterranean Cuisine at Haifa Falafel (45% Off)

Haifa Falafel

Ann Arbor

Traditional Mediterranean cuisine, such as falafel, beef shish kafta, and chicken shawarma, made fresh to order

$20 $11

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Squeal Deal Dinner or One or Three Groupons, Each Good for $15 Worth of Food at Ron's Roadside BBQ

Ron's Roadside BBQ

Ann Arbor

Barbecue joint dishes out whole chickens, baby back ribs, brisket, pulled pork sandwiches, macaroni and cheese, baked beans, and coleslaw

$15 $9

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Burgers & Drinks for Two or Four or $20 Worth of American Fare at The Arena Sports Bar and Grill (Up to 49% Off)

The Arena Sports Bar and Grill

Bach

22 draft beers accompany pub grub such as baby back ribs, southwest eggrolls, gorgonzola tendrloin, and hearty burgers

$28.58 $15

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Jamaican Cuisine from Jamaican Jerk Pit (40% Off)

Jamaican Jerk Pit

Ann Arbor

Traditional Jamaican dishes and specialties from around the Caribbean

$15 $9

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Pizza and Oven Baked Sandwiches at Tony Sacco's Coal Oven Pizza (Up to 46% Off). Two Options Available.

Tony Sacco's Coal Oven Pizza

Ann Arbor

Gourmet pizzas, baked sandwiches, and other specialties emerge piping hot from a 1,000-degree anthracite coal oven

$20 $12

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Sushi and Drinks at Umi Sushi (47% Off). Two Options Available.

Umi Sushi

Ann Arbor

Eatery dishes out Japanese dishes and sushi, such as beef teriyaki, gyoza, tempura udon, ramen, and 24 types of specialty rolls

$30 $16

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Mediterranean Cuisine for Lunch or Dinner at La Marsa (Up to 47% Off). Two Options Available.

La Marsa

Multiple Locations

Friendly service and colorful Middle Eastern–themed decor accents shish tawook, smooth hummus, lamb chops, and more

$20 $12

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Wine-Tasting and Winery Tour for Two, Four, or Six at DeAngelis Cantina del Vino (Up to 56% Off)

DeAngelis Cantina del Vino

Ann Arbor

Nine samples of all-natural wines headline a tasting experience that includes food pairings, souvenir glasses, and a tour of the grounds

$60 $29

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$22 for $40 Worth of Sushi, Japanese Cuisine, and Drinks at Yotsuba

Yotsuba

Multiple Locations

Organic seaweed wraps sushi rolls sprinkled in housemade low-sodium soy sauce; lightly fried shrimp- and vegetable-tempura dinners

$40 $22

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Distillery Tour with Commemorative Shot Glasses for Two, Four, or Eight at Ugly Dog Distillery (Up to 57% Off)

Ugly Dog Distillery

Chelsea

Tours illuminate the copper workshop of a local master distiller as he makes traditional and bacon-flavored vodka, rum, and gin

$20 $10

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The seeds for Famous Hamburger were planted in 1970 when Feisal Hider?s father gathered his family, left the United States, and returned to Lebanon with the intention of opening the country's first American-style burger shack. This humble shack became a popular attraction, which prompted the name change to Famous Hamburger and cemented a family legacy that would follow Feisal back to the United States. After returning to America, he eventually opened the first stateside Famous Hamburger in 1998, and founded a second location a few years later.

As its name implies, Famous Hamburger specializes in classic American cooking. Burgers arrive topped with everything from portobello mushroom caps and pesto sauce to habanero peppers, hot sauce, and sliced jalapenos. Banana splits and milkshakes reinforce the American theme, appearing alongside the menu's assortment of wraps and melts. The Hider family doesn't neglect their Middle Eastern roots, though. The chefs exclusively use halal meats, which arrive daily and never see the inside of a freezer, and prepare dishes such as falafel pitas and fattoush salads. Furthermore, the restaurants are attached to hookah lounges where guests can relax after their meal and savor one of the more than 30 shisha flavors.

1739 Plymouth Rd
Ann Arbor,
MI
US

Head Chef Adel Ahmed honed his skills at ritzy hotels and palaces in Egypt, cooking for big-shot business folk, world leaders, and lost tourists before making earthy morsels of kafta or feasts of charbroiled lamb chops at La Marsa. With seven locations throughout Metro Detroit, La Marsa introduces or reintroduces scores of area diners to fresh Mediterranean mazas, kabobs, salads, and lamb chops. The kitchen team whips up La Marsa's signature garlic spread to pair with baskets of fluffy housemade pita at the beginning of each meal, still warm from a tile-lined oven. Friendly servers guide guests through the extensive menu of lamb, beef, chicken or vegetarian dishes. And they weave their way through an interior full of colorful wall murals or Near Eastern artifacts lit by bead-fringed chandeliers, which mentally transport patrons to the sunny shores of the Mediterranean. Additionally, sitting in the eatery's padded booths creates as much unobstructed comfort as snuggling in a zero-gravity environment.

301 S State St.
Ann Arbor,
MI
US

Originally founded in 1936 in Glendale, California, Big Boy’s flagship location initially bore the name Bob’s Pantry after owner Bob Wian. At a diner’s request, Bob piled two beef patties onto a bun to create the Classic Big Boy—an original double-decker hamburger that would become so popular that the small burger stand would eventually grow into a franchise of more than 100 U.S. locations. Legend has it that Bob named the creation after one of his most loyal customers: a 6-year-old boy in droopy overalls who would one day ascend to mascot stardom.

Though the menu has since expanded to include ham sandwiches, homestyle dinners, and breakfast, the eatery still serves its namesake burger stacked high with two patties, american cheese, shredded lettuce, and a special sauce. A large, overall-clad statue stands guard at every location, reminding patrons of the restaurant’s humble beginnings and that children will turn to stone should they not eat enough cheeseburgers.

3621 Plymouth Rd
Ann Arbor,
MI
US

A stay-at-home mom founded Chelsea TreeHouse, a 9,000-square-foot indoor ?unplugged? play space free of any distracting video games or other electronics. The play area is outfitted with slides, swings, bridges, and a multilevel climbing structure, and basketball hoops allows aspiring players to practice slam dunks within eyesight of parents or guardians lounging in leather seating. During birthday parties, groups of kids can take advantage of amenities such as pizza, balloons, and lemonade. For everyday nourishment, TreeHouse?s full-service cafe replenishes energy with healthy bites such as veggies, yogurt, and cheese while parents enjoy more adult fare, such as sandwiches, salads, soups, and Zingerman?s Coffee.

1101 S Main St.
Chelsea,
MI
US

Mélange's chefs merge European and Asian flavors and presentation techniques to construct a menu of elegant entrees flecked with contemporary American influences. Dishes unite high-quality proteins including Scottish Atlantic salmon and meats marinated with continent-crossing ingredients such as soy, yuzu, and miso, forging a gastronomic alliance as unique as a snowflake-flavored lollipop. A fleet of sushi rolls totes fresh seafood and umami-packed garnishes, and a cellar with more than 1,500 bottles of wine from France, Italy, and California accessorize any mouthful. Mélange's dining area draws inspiration from old Parisian restaurants, with bamboo furnishings bolstering the multicultural ambiance and 10-foot-tall booths fostering intimate conversing and adrenaline-fueled rappelling.

314 S Main St
Ann Arbor,
MI
US

When The Melting Pot originally opened in 1975 just outside Orlando, diners had just three options: swiss-cheese fondue, beef fondue, or chocolate fondue. The restaurant first expanded four years later, when an enterprising waiter at the initial location opened up a new outpost in Tallahassee. Today, the company?now owned by that original waiter, Mark Johnston, and his brothers Mike and Bob?stretches across North America with more than 140 restaurants linked by underground tunnels. The restaurant's menu has also expanded, and patrons can now expect six varieties of hot dipping cheese, paired with salads, meats, and molten chocolate.

309 S Main St.
Ann Arbor,
MI
US