Monday, October 28, 2013

Put a Little Zing in Your Day

No visit to Ann Arbor would be complete without lunch at world famous Zingerman’s Delicatessen.  Don’t misunderstand me, great food is abundant all over Ann Arbor, but nothing else compares to the deli’s character and its wonderful artisan-crafted breads and cheeses. 

Zingerman's Delicatessen in Ann Arbor, Michigan

Established in 1982, Zingerman’s has grown from a traditional Jewish deli with great sandwiches to an Ann Arbor institution.

The deli and fresh bread counters inside Zingerman's 

Located in the historic Kerrytown District near the Ann Arbor Farmers’ Market, Zingerman’s is actually a  community of businesses including:  Zingerman’s Roadhouse which serves “really good American food;” Zingerman’s Creamery with high-quality handmade cheese; and Zingerman’s Bakehouse where all of the deli’s breads, cakes and cookies are made. 

My favorite - the Georgia Reuben

With all of this deliciousness available, it makes it hard to settle on one sandwich. 

The menu goes on and on with whole pages of options dedicated to each meat choice – corned beef, pastrami, turkey, chicken, pork and beef. 

Extra seating and coffee are available literally Next Door

Your sandwich experience also includes your choice of a new or old pickle. 
Choosing a new one gets you crunchy and cucumbery... 
An old one gets you traditional and garlicky... 
Pickle lovers will enjoy either version.

Just part of the cheese selection

While waiting for your sandwich to be built, browse the selection of fine vinegars and oils, sample the breads and cheeses, and grab yourself a pie or cookie to go.  You may even get lucky and score a Magic Brownie sample. 

So, next time you are in Ann Arbor, be sure to visit Zingerman’s and put a little Zing in your day and your belly.

Zingerman's signature artistic style
Hey Dad - have you ever had a pie from Zingerman's?  I've heard they are really good!

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