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About Grange Kitchen & Bar
Farm-to-Table Dining featuring fresh, seasonal ingredients from local farms and farmers' markets. Grange menu selections change daily in order to utilize the freshest of local and seasonal ingredients. Enjoy a large selection of Michigan craft beers, carefully made craft cocktails and a great wine list. Centrally located downtown near University of Michigan's central campus and Michigan Stadium.
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Farm-to-table, Dining Bar, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Monday through Thursday 5 PM to 10 PM
Friday and Saturday 5PM to 11PM
Sunday Brunch 10AM to 3PM
Late night menu available upstairs
Monday through Thursday 5 PM to 11 PM
Friday and Saturday 5PM to 1AM
$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Let Grange cater you next special event. We will create a individualized menu for your event, whether a intimate dinner for 8 or a tailgate for 100. Let Grange handle all of the details including full bar service. Contact Brandon Johns at 734.995.2107 or email@example.com
Street metered parking throughout downtown, free after 6 pm and all day Sunday. Surface lots available within walking distance at Ashely & William. Covered parking 1 block at 4th and William.
The main bus terminal is located 2 blocks from our restaurant. Cab service also available
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Grange Kitchen & Bar Ratings and Reviews
Earlier this fall, my husband and I ate brunch outside at Grange...just LOVED it! On our second visit, we were with our daughter and her sorority sister after the recent OSU vs Michigan football game. Honestly, when I first looked at the dinner menu, I didn't think I'd like it so much (for dinner), but a guest who couldn't make our reservation, after all, had chosen Grange (so very sorry we missed his attendance). It was fantastic, and we had the same lovely and kind server as we did for brunch. My roasted fall vegetable salad was terrific Post-Thanksgiving, and the halibut was perfect (I don't see it listed on the online menu--I only see whitefish and trout, but I'm certain our server said they just updated their menu, and halibut was the fish I ordered.). The other guests ordered the pork loin and roasted chicken, and enjoyed them very much. For dessert, we were quite full, so we shared something unusual: sage ice cream. It was tasty, and I'm glad we tried it, but I probably would opt for a different flavor in the future. We are on target to try as many of A2's wonderful restaurants as we can while our daughter is a student at Michigan. Grange is definitely one in which we will plan repeat visits.
Nice brunch for family (grandfather / granddaughter), good food & drinks. Cocktails are OK but a little weak and overpriced. One disappointment since last time having brunch here was a smaller selection and the Scotch eggs were no longer on the brunch menu.
Being forced to donate to a cause that I know nothing about is not cool. We showed up for dinner and were "forced" to donate to some cause, I don't mind giving donations, but if you are going to increase the prices of everything you should let people know up front.
I never made it here in college but was very pleased when I snagged a reservation day of on Parent's weekend. Everyone in my party absolutely loved the menu and we were all very pleased with all of our entrees and cocktails. Would definitely go back in the future!
We visited Grange again last week, bringing along additional friends - first timers! The food was excellent, the service was great and the bar tenders serve the best martini's in Ann Arbor. Wine selection is good and pricing was appropriate for the evening - about $50/person which included food, cocktails and dessert. We gave is 5 stars - this was our 2nd trip to Grange
Second time here with the first being very good. This time was ok. I had duck which was overly salty and a bit chewy. My wife had the chicken which she said was good. Good beer and Cocktail selection. Small complaint is the hard seating which is a bit uncomfortable for my bony butt after 45 minutes. Cushions would be great.
As always the food was awesome. We had four different entrees at our table: Bo Saam (the special), Pan fried chicken, Walleye, and Duck Breast. The duck livers and pierogis for appetizers were perfect. The evening went a bit longer than usual, which I wouldn't normally mind, except my body was getting tired of sitting on the wood seat - I should have taken the cushion they offer! The Grange is our favorite restaurant in Ann Arbor. We very much appreciate the commitment to using local ingredients and the chefs' creativity and talent.
A friendly, comfortable restaurant specializing in local ingredients. Our latest venture was surprisingly quiet considering it was the day of a home football rivalry, (or maybe that's why). The meal, including a rabbit-pheasant terrine, duck breast and walleye were all well prepared & presented. The duck fat fries were particularly good.
We drove to Ann Arbor for a night out. Saw the reviews and decided on the Grange.
Service was friendly but very slow. Produce was good quality, but poorly prepared.
My pork loin was Cooked on one half and raw on the other. I pointed it out to the waitress who said she would let the cook know.
That was it...no apologies.
Duck main was presented beautifully but once the polenta and the tomato stew mixed together it was not appealing at at all..just a messy puddle.
All in all it was a less than satisfying evening.
Food was spot on as always. Moved to California and had to eat here when we came back to visit. Everyone loved the trout and the whitefish dishes. I loved the duck. Upstairs bar pours a good stiff drink. Recommend to everyone, the menu can be underwhelming but have always enjoyed the every meal!
Was impressed with the farm-to-table offerings at Grange. A nice variety of locally-sourced vegetables, fish, and meats. The atmosphere is warm but a bit spare, with lots of wood, including fairly uncomfortable wooden chairs. I've eaten at most of the better restaurants in Ann Arbor and the menu here stands out. However, they need to be more careful with some of the recipes. For example, I had a lovely piece of whitefish (which I can't get on the East Coast), but it was on top of an overly sweet creamed corn, that drowned out the subtler flavors of the fish. I like the concept of new takes on old comfort food like creamed corn, but please pair it with something else, like chicken or pork. But this is a fairly minor quibble and partly on me, because I chose this pairing when I ordered.
Our server was very good. The apps and desserts tended to outshine our entrees, (salmon and lamb leg). I would have liked some type of bread or cracker with the meal. Drinks slightly above avg. Lamb was a little tough, salmon a little overpowered by the accompanying sauce. Worth another visit but would order something else. It's Ann Arbor, you gotta bring your A game.
A wonderful experience! Not a thing we ate was sub-par. First time in a while that I spent more than $40 a person and felt I got my money's worth. Drinks were mixed to perfection, starter was satisfying (portion-wise) and delicious, but did not overwhelm the pallet. Entrees were spot on (duck and salmon). Accompaniments were stellar, but did not detract. Ingredients were fresh and flavorful. Dessert was original, unique and tasty. We'll definitely return!
Using local, seasonal ingredients each item we ordered delighted my senses of taste and texture with it's creativity and finesse. Service was excellent and our server did a very good job of describing how some unusual combinations were worth trying, and I was so glad she did. This restaurant is in the pricey category, but unlike places that may have larger portions, flashier decor, every bite is delightful, and you'll have room for dessert which will also delight. My second visit here, this is now my favorite restaurant in our restaurant- packed downtown.
Our dining experience lasted over 3 hours on a Tuesday night - the restaurant was close to empty and the waitress took forever to take our drink orders, dining orders and to give us the check and when we sat for 15 minutes waiting for someone to take the charge card we finally had to go into the kitchen to find someone! We asked for the manager and the manager did not seem to really care ( we are not sure if she really was the manager), she just said I will talk to the waitress about it. We have many choices in Ann Arbor and will pick out someplace else next time!
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