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Ann Arbor Travel Guide

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If you’re looking for a unique and flavorful dining experience, Frita Batidos offers Cuban-inspired street food. It’s run by chef and owner Eve Aronoff Fernandez, and we highly recommend getting the fritas (Cuban-style burgers) and batidos (milkshakes).

Located in the heart of downtown, just across the street from the University of Michigan campus, this stylish boutique hotel is the perfect spot to immerse yourself in local history and Wolverine traditions.

Opened in 2016, Chef Ji Hye Kim’s restaurant focuses on the culinary traditions of her native Korea, while showcasing Michigan produce from local farms.

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Pop in this independently run book haven for a cozy afternoon of reading or browsing. Be sure to explore all three levels, including the in-house coffee shop, and leave a message on their public typewriter.

Co-owned by duo Kara Huckabone Sato and Mackenzie Sato, this coffee shop serves high quality beverages and gluten-free treats in a welcoming and inclusive environment. Their team is also committed to zero-waste practices, which is something that always wins over the Bombesquad.

Depending on when you visit, consider checking out the Ann Arbor Farmers Market, where you can explore local food vendors and artisans selling fresh produce, baked goods, and more.

For dessert, head to Blank Slate Creamery for artisanal ice cream made from scratch. They offer a variety of creative and classic flavors, perfect for satisfying your sweet tooth.