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aventura in Ann arbor

gan911 | Jul 25, 201409:02 AM     3

fantastic meal and restaurant. had morcilla, fried artichokes, mussels, bacalao croquets, albondigas, pimiento de padron, cebada de jitomate (barley and tomatoes), a couple drinks...

Bacalao was over lemon'd and the barley/tomato dish wasn't that great. otherwise, all the spanish flavors were pretty spot on. I would drive to Ann arbor and have this food than to get La Feria for free...thats how much difference is in these two restaurants.

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