Bring back Chef Brandon. Overpriced tasting (+$20) vs reg menu. Bad menu. Poor choices.
Great Beer. Service was spot on
Not sold on the new tapas style menu with tasteful but limited offerings.
The food was interesting and delicious. The service was just right, not to fast or slow and very friendly and accommodating. Excellent restaurant, but we had our kids with us and I would not recommend if you have chicken nuggets and fries kind of kids. My 12 year old will eat anything and had the burger, which he loved, but my finicky 9 year old couldn't find anything on the menu to suit her. She ended up with french fries and water. We went for my husband's birthday and had Sunday brunch. I had the poutine, which was really good and filling. The lemon pancakes were a hit at our table and my son's burger (egg and all) was gone! It wasn't crowded or noisy. Very nice atmosphere. The restrooms were downstairs and really cold, but super clean and updated.
On a separate occasion we gave an outstanding review. The food is still excellent but we were really disappointed by the change to a Small Plate formula. The $18 Charcuterie plate had hardly any meat on it besides the toast and the pickled vegetables. The $33 Butcher's Cut advertised as a "Full Plate entree" was not much more substantial than the small plates. Also the Chef's Tasting Menu was not even listed on the new menu. Oh my....
Yum! A good local farm to table restaurant. The food was delicious with small portions we savored every bite. A bit cold by the door. Nice atmosphere! Great for a date.
The food was excellent, but the service was poor. One server looked to be assigned to at least 7 tables and thus did not have time to check in regularly. This made for empty wine and water glasses and a long post dinner wait for table clearing and dessert menu.
Very well presented and prepared food and great service. The locally grown ingredients theme is what drew me to this restaurant.
This is me and my husband’s first choice, go-to pick for date nights. We love the farm-to-table practices and Grange does it best in A2. The particular options of the ever-changing menu were slightly underwhelming this time around but it was still a lovely evening at our fav restaurant.
Delicious fresh food and super friendly and helpful staff. Highly recommend for a good night out for those who “eat clean!”
What a great place! Decorated great. cozy. Farmhouse feel. Service was amazingly attentive. Then the food came. Geez how great! Superb quality. Attention to detail and plate presentation was amazing. Then you dig in and just think WOW! Delicious doesn’t quite cover it. This is our second time here. We drove fro Toledo to eat here! Def on our list of favorites. Can’t wait to come back! This place is truly exceptional!!!
This is our go to restaurant for almost every occasion. It's great for brunch, cocktails and snacks, a casual family dinner or a special occasion. The seasonal menu, craft cocktails and excellent service make it hard to beat. If you have the time and the appetite, the chef's tasting menu is always extraordinary.
Great food and very creative. Service is top notch. Great vibe and enjoyable atmosphere.
Upscale rustic farm to table. Beautiful space, outstanding service.
The food is delicious, but comes in very small portions. We ate there for Valentine's Day, which had a set priced menu for $60. The main dish was so small it was like an appetizer. Everything tasted great and was very nice, but seemed very overpriced.
Good food. Took quite a long time to get a drink, then took a long time to get the appetizer, then took a really long time to get our main course. Unusual for Grange as I’ve had good experiences here before.
We held a faculty recruitment dinner at Grange. Their philosophy of locally sources foods is great. Some of their meals lacked flavor, but everything was fresh. The wait staff were quite impressive. Overall a very nice restaurant!
Excellent food and service.
Food was great. One of my guests has many food allergies. She reviewed them with our server, the server spoke to the kitchen and when she returned to the table she told my guest exactly which items on the menu were safe. Because they could accommodate almost any of her needs, (this is not usually the case), she let the kitchen create her anything they wanted.They then prepared a totally original dish for her that met her every need. Awesome job by the entire staff, both front of the house and back of the house.
Our experience was good but not remarkable. Food was as it should be at this level, we had no complaints but no life-changing moments either. WE appreciate the local food thrust and want to keep it going.
The food was outstanding, as was the service. I have a number of food allergies, and the kitchen was exceptionally helpful with them. They had a number of entrees that I could eat, which is quite unusual. Since they don't marinate their meats, and cook from scratch, the are able to be quite flexible. They even remade a dish for me when there was an ingredient I was allergic to. I'll be back soon!
I always enjoy eating at Grange. Menu changes on a regular basis, food is always excellent and the servers are easy to interact with - they can help you make informed choices without being pushy or pretentious. Plus, the menu has variety and the kitchen is flexible, so I can take people I don't know well and still be sure they can get a meal that works.
We've been there many times, this time it was very disappointing
Food was okay, cocktails better.
There was a distinct sewer like Odor that was not there before.
They explained that it was due to done pipes in the walls.
Anyway, we will not be going there again until that is fixed
My honey's birthday!
We love this place. The food is always outstanding - the chef does amazing things with really pedestrian ingredients. It was restaurant week, and I ordered the trout with cauliflower three ways for my entree. Who even knew that there were three ways to prepare cauliflower? Awesome place!
Best food I ve eaten in Ann Arbor. This was my first visit and I was totally impressed. Big thank all around.
Chicken was waaay undercooked. Salad came out without any dressing. Long gap between appetizers (which were outstanding!) and entrees (which were a disaster as noted above. It's Restaurant Week, which we understand creates pressures for the kitchen. But this was egregiously bad. Service was good and there was no point in punishing server with a bad tip. We were there with a business partner and didn't want to make a stink. But honestly.....execution in the kitchen was Not Good At All.
We ordered from the restaurant week menu. There were great options and it was hard to select two items in each category.(we shared each item so we were able to taste more)
The food, as it always is, was delicious with multiple flavors in each item.
It is a great place to dine and eat wonderful food!
Excellent restaurant week choice! Table, waitress, and meal complimented great company. Thank you
This has quickly become our favorite place in Ann Arbor for any meal, but especially for brunch.
While the atmosphere was very nice and the service quite good, there was a strange sulphur smell that came and went near our table. The server offered to move us and mentioned it may have something to do with the old pipes in the building. The entries were fine, except one must have had to wait for the other and arrived lukewarm. The duck was somewhat rubbery and difficult to cut. The salads were delicious and the service quite good, but we won't likely return because it's fairly expensive and not worth a repeat.
Always great! Wonderful food and atmosphere - locally sources ingredients a plus.
We had a lovely New Years Eve dinner - only course that was sub-par was the sweetbreads - very tough. Portions were on the small side for the cost.
Amazing as always. We celebrate our engagement-versary here!
We went for a double date with our best friends. The pierogi appetizer was the highlight of the meal. The charcuterie tray was disappointing except for the delicious assortment of pickled vegetables. The fish entrees had a clean taste but were nothing remarkable. The goose entrees (which we ordered because they were out of duck) were flavorless. Our desert of cake & icecream was truly delicious - a perfect blend of salty & sweet. Without the pierogi & dessert, the evening would have been quite an overpriced disappointment.
All the food we ordered was excellent as were the drinks and wine. Appetizers, entrees and desserts were creatively and thoughtfully prepared and presented.
Always creative, delicious and accommodating to my many allergies.
The Grange is located in a wonderful old building.
We were able to have a conversation, as the space is quiet.
Unfortunately, our food wasn't flavorful and my meal was cold.
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.
This is my favorite Ann Arbor restaurant. Never disappointed! Kudos to the entire staff.