Vinology Ann Arbor
When you dine at Vinology, you have our commitment that every detail from the food we select, to the wine we serve, to the service we provide will be executed with careful attention to detail. At Vinology, "wine" down, relax, experiment, and have fun while you educate your palate and savor the offerings!
“Great food. Award winning wine list. Intimately well-paced events”
Friday 4pm - 12am midnight
Saturday 10am - 12am midnight
Sunday 10am - 10pm
The Kitchen closes one hour earlier than close time.
Vinology features two completely private rooms, a third semi private area, a floating screen, LCD projector, and private sound system. Our Event Planner will be happy to work with you to meet any additional equipment or décor needs for your event.
Vino Value Wine tasting, Malbec Madness, Wines that Age, Beer Verse Wine, Patio Tasting, Black Wine Night.
Participate in Restaurant Week, Artini Bar Crawl and are prime spot to enjoy after seeing events such as the Art Fair, Green Fair, Big Conventions, Festifools and more.
Been to Vinology a few times. Every time has been great. Obviously, their wine list is extensive & wonderful. Their dinner portions are quite large, so if you're hungry, but not THAT hungry, order the 1/2 portion! Highly recommend this place. Two thumbs up!
This has been one of my favorite restaurants for 8 years. I have not had an opportunity to visit in a few months due to moving out of town, and I was not disappointed. Everything I have always loved about Vinology is even better! Great wine list that showcases Michigan wineries, delicious and creative food, friendly staff, fast service, and some of the best people watching in town on the patio. Where else can you get sparkling wine on tap? #lovethisplace
Food, wine, ambiance, and server were all phenomenal. Chef's cheese flight was way bigger than expected and everything on it was delicious. Flatbread and gnocchi were both incredibly tasty and filling. A waitress serving another table talked really loudly, but our server (Matt) was very attentive and timely (and spoke at a moderate volume). A little pricey for my usual tastes (I'm kind of a cheapo) but it's a great place for a special occasion.
Ate dinner here after freshman student orientation. Sat outside on a lovely summer day. We ordered 4 vegetarian small plates: beet salad, quinoa salad, a flatbread, elotes, and a dessert. Everything was fresh, beautifully presented, generous in size and delicious. This was more than enough food for two. Only disappointment was the churros for dessert--herbal and a little fruity; we prefer the classic churros and chocolate well-prepared and crisp to this more innovative iteration. Service was well paced, and the wine selection here is obviously carefully considered. We had a malbec which was delicious, and presented by a knowledgeable server. Would definitely make this a regular choice for visits to Ann Arbor.
Great food and amazing wine! Loved our booth in the bar area. Character and lively! Waiter was good, but over taxed on a Friday night. All in all though, we had a great time, ate way too much, and drank some amazing vinos!!!!
The food was the best I've had in a long time. I can't wait to go back!
I have not eaten at Vinology for a long while (years), but had very positive memories of it - namely that dishes were creative combinations of flavors and textures and all around tasty. I ate here, tried bites of different meals, and have to say that overall the experience was...flat. Everything was fine, but there was no wow factor, either in terms of the novelty of ingredient combinations (the menu is nearly the same as the last time I was there), or in terms of execution (the duck was overdone, the gnocchi were seared but this did not impact their texture).
Great night out! Excellent service, good wine prices and good food.
Great service and food!!
The lamb loin chops very tasty and the beet salad healthy portions. Bravo!
The cheese plate and wild mushroom gratin apps were uninspired and boring. The gnocchi was outstanding on all levels, and the beet salad was well executed and balanced. An excellent wine list, the Jardin en Fleurs Vouvray from the Loire Valley is a wonderful hidden gem. Wait staff was on the impatient side, and really seemed out of their depth when it came to descriptions, or recommendations. Do your research on what you want to try, before you go.
We tried several dishes, octopus, duck wings, salmon, two different salads, and Scallops. Some of the dishes were hit and others were misses. I would recommend the scallops. Other than that I don't think anything else was that amazing especially for the price. I think that other small plate restaurants in Ann Arbor are consistently better and at a better price for what you get (consistency wise). Didn't try the wine or pairings so maybe if you want to go out for dinner this may or may not be right up your alley. The ambiance was great and service was good.
Excellent food but takes so long. Been there twice and both times it took 30+ minutes just to get our appetizers.
Birthday dinner! They were fabulous.
Had a great experience. Good food and service. Loved the brunch near bottomless mimosa!
Went for restaurant week. They had a great menu! Loved the chicken and the lamb.
We had a great meal, though, had an obnoxious waiter who didn't want us to use salt and pepper. I understand that a chef seasons things to his taste, but when you're in the service industry and a patron wants fresh ground pepper, bring them pepper without the pretentiousness.
This is a tough review to write because two out of 4 meals were terrific and two had to be sent back. The response to the meal faux pas from the restaurant staff and manager was top notch and the replacement dish well received. In the end everyone was very satisfied with the evening. The cap of ribeye was fantastic.
A very pleasant experience. Excellent and interesting food. Great service.
The staff was knowledgeable and very helpful. I like the full/half size entrees option. It allowed us to try the small plate selection and appetizers before the half-size entree. It was more than enough to eat without having anything wasted. Presentation was well done. Fun and delicious salad!
Terrific happy hour with great beef sliders and half off wine by the glass
Nice Mother’s Day 2-course offerings - something for everyone and well executed.
Our meal consisted of an interesting mix of flavors and colors and was very good. The service was excellent as was our choice of wine. We would likely return when we are in the vicinity.
Food was excellent, service was attentive, dessert was wonderful, wine was a good choice
I took my boyfriend here after his graduation, they had a special menu which was exquisite! We had wine pairing and the food was absolutely more than willing to die for. Our server was very knowledgeable on wine and what to pair with the food. The dining experience was phenomenal and the food was beautiful and very satisfying to enjoy. We will definitely be returning.
Unusual dishes, nicely displayed. Trout was very good, steaks were thick, perfectly cooked. Caesar salad pretty, but disappointing, 3 leaves drizzled in dressing perched up around a bed of the yellow part, very small. Not worth the $. Cornish hen fillet? Too small for the price. Charcuterie board very small with 4 paper thin slices, thin shredded ham, less than 1/8 cup, dandelion greens and 4 blackberries, a few blueberries. Sauces were flavorful, bread fresh, great cheddar cheese but only a tablespoon full. One small chunk and a few crumbs. $24 SHOULD GET YOU JUST A TAD MORE.
Service was ok. At first felt rushed, very few customers, had 3 young ladies with us , mid twenties for post college graduation and he kept pushing the $99 wine, even after they started they would like a less expensive suggestion. One dinner never came, all of a sudden waiter wasn't coming around. Finally he realized what happened, she or her dish when the dessert menu came. Over all good tasting, atmosphere simple, not much to look at. After speaking with manager they took the late meal off, and then some. Total bill was about $400 for 6 people, they took $80 off. Would give them a chance but the Abbotts table red wine best wine ever.
I've eaten here for dinner and brunch. The food has been exceptional every single time. Well worth the price for the quality!
When we booked it there was nothing on the site that stated it was a price fix menu. Disappointed in the small selection and the staff. We’ve been there for dinner and it was AMAZING but for the brunch 1 star
The prices on the “special menu” of this graduation weekend were so high! I live in the Bay Area and our prices aren’t even this high. The food was good, not great, and it did not warrant the high prices. Service was good, but so pushy to buy more wine and appetizers. I don’t we’ll ever come back.
Everything was perfect. After we asked to be seated at another table, after being seated right by the curtain/entrance , all was perfect. Waiter Patrick was great!
Excellent food with interesting presentations. First rate service my our server, Mary Jo.
Delicious fig flatbread and beat salad for starters. Wonderful wine and craft cocktails, followed by our mains. Entrees a bit pricey for their size, but very flavorful. We were disappointed with our chocolate babka, not enough chocolate for my taste. Would go back again, maybe for happy hour and appetizers.
I asked for no anchovies on my Cesar salad and he gave me one with. I thought the gnocchi could’ve been more invigorating... it was underwhelming.
The food was really good. The menu is small, but the options that they have are very well represented. The wine menu is very rich.
Our server was EXCELLENT. We all agreed he was the one who made the night even more special. Kudos. Keep him please! We will ask for him again!
Our meal was disappointing compared to our last outing. The octopus appetizer was ok but nothing remarkable. The scallops were accompanied by heavy sides which didn't go well with them. The most disappointing was the duck breast. Advertised as "medium rare"it arrived well done and very tough. The wine was excellent, a Malbec Bodega named Flohr. The wine list is impressive indeed. We noticed that this is another restaurant which is starting to emphasize "Small Plates" and may be neglecting the "Main Plates."
Good wine list by the glass. Dinner was ok, nothing to rave about. My husband had the octopus which he said was nothing special. I had the trout which seemed a bit oily and wasn't cooked all the way through. I should have stated that I prefer it cooked through when ordered. We had a pizza appetizer that was a good size, but you hardly tasted the gorgonzola cheese. The atmosphere was casual and conversation friendly. I would come back for a glass of wine and appetizer.
Brie appetizer was excellent. Dinner entrees were interesting, ample proportions, and solid. Not brilliant, but solid. Waitstaff were attentive and prompt . Desserts were disappointing and grossly overpriced at $11 - made me feel like there were trying to squeeze and extra $30-40 out of us before we were through.