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Recs for Anniversary weekend in Detroit/Ann Arbor/surrounding areas

voodootrane | Aug 22, 201111:23 AM     8

Hey all,

NY hound in town for a wedding and m'lady and I decided to make a long weekend out of it. To wit, we'll be around Detroit Friday September 2nd through Labor Day, Sept 5th. The wedding is on sunday, and the plan is to be in Detroit for the Jazz Festival Kickoff, either hearing more music or maybe visiting farmers markets/other stuff saturday/wedding sunday.

My wife is a fins and scales only pesca-vegetarian. I'm an omnivore.

Looking for a few days worth of meals. local, funky spots. emphasis on veggie friendly. Restaurants, but also I remember the Royal Oak Farmer's market being a noshfest! Not Indian or Ethopian but open to most other things- we live in nyc so we have pretty good italian fare, so probably wouldn't be headed there. In terms of price range, would like to keep everything mostly cheaper, except for Friday night dinner, which will be our 4th anniversary. We're staying downtown Detroit friday night, Dearborn saturday, and Ann Arbor Sunday. We'll have a car and don't mind travelling some for a really good meal.

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