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About Weber's Restaurant
Weber's reputation for fine dining began in 1937 with the original restaurant. Seventy years later, Weber's continues to be Ann Arbor's landmark restaurant, featuring the areas finest prime rib, steaks and seafood. Whether in the main restaurant or the cozy, secluded Le Bistro room, moderate prices, relaxed upscale design and friendly service turn new customers into regulars.
Ann Arbor, MI 48103
Steak, Seafood, American
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 6:30am - 11:00am, Saturday: 8:00am - 11:30am, Sunday: 8:00am - 12:30pm; Sunday Brunch: 9:30am - 1:00pm; Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00am - 4:00pm, Saturday: 11:30am - 4:00pm; Dinner: Monday: 4:00pm - 9:30pm, Tuesday - Thursday: 4:00pm - 10:30pm, Friday & Saturday: 4:00pm - 11:00pm, Sunday: 1:15pm - 9:30pm
I-94 at exit 172
$30 and under
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Ann Arbor's best spot for nighttime entertainment and drinks is the Habitat Ultra Lounge. Live entertainment six nights a week with choice of full or light menu.
The success of your catered events depends largely on the quality of the caterer you select. Weber's Catering has set high standards for customized catering at clients' sites. Weber's Catering offers full service, drop off, and complete special event services for breakfasts, lunches, dinners and hors d'oeuvres - all catered to your unique location.
Weber's has an ample complimentary private parking lot to accommodate guests.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Dancing, Entertainment, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Weber's Restaurant Ratings and Reviews
The breakfast buffet was very good, as were the drinks. The service was lacking which was a disappointment. Our waiter was not friendly, was put off bc we asked for a drink menu and was slow to refill waters and coffee. Which is all we needed him for since it was a buffet...
My boyfriend and I had a fantastic dinner date on a Friday during restaurant week. We had a fantastic server named Branden who provided us with excellent service during out entire night. He was able to recommend a fantastic wine to both of us that we thoroughly enjoyed and was able to also provide good insight as to which dishes we should order for our entrees. Branden was a fantastic server who knows how to care for his guests, and we would love to have him host us again.
The atmosphere is very warm and comfortable, but not too cozy and casual for dinner. People were lively, but not to the point of being too excited so you could still carry on good conversation with your friends at the table. Our four meal course was excellent and extremely fresh; you could even taste the difference in the whipped cream because it was made back in the kitchen and was not pre-made with artificial preservatives.
For dinner we had the following: escargot, calamari (appetizers), raspberry vinaigrette salad, whitefish (entree), prime rib (entree), carrot cake and vanilla ice cream with a brownie (desserts). Every dish that we tried we extremely enjoyed; nothing was over seasoned or over/under cooked.
We will return to Weber's again for another date night in the upcoming future. Thank you for the excellent meal and great service!
We went to Weber's for Ann Arbor's restaurant week, and like last year, it was a very positive experience. Weber's offers a good number of items on their restaurant week menu and everything we tried was very good to great. The appetizers (calamari and escargot) were very tasty, the dinner salads have extra ingredients that raise them above normal and come with an excellent raspberry vinaigrette. Weber's is rightfully know for their great prime rib, but the duck was also excellent, as were the side dishes.
The only negative was the wait for a table even with reservations, but it was not long (about 15 minutes) and everything else went very smoothly.
Long wait, but it was Restaurant week and Fifty Amp Fuse was playing (we didn’t know that until we saw the FAF stickers on the equipment cases being wheeled in the front door).
Food wise the Prime Rib and London Broil are excellent, evening else was merely decent to good.
I got there about 30min before my reservation time so we just sat at the bar. We were seated in a lovely spot. A gentleman played the piano which made the ambiance really nice. Soon after, a live band started playing. It took a while for our waiter to get to us and in between drinks, there was always a long wait but we didn't mind. The food was delicious.
Had dinner with my husband,
way tooo-much kids make super noise, but nobody ask them to be quiet.
Food was good, especially salad was great.
but for pasta, noodle wasn't cook properly, I found few chunks of noodles and I couldn't finished my dish. but the sauce was great.
I had several good experience before, but may not anymore with Weber's.
Went for Restaurant Week, hadn't been there in 10 years and it was every bit as excellent as I recall. We'll remember to visit more often with friends. Excellent selection. The duck was dry, wife's chicken was dry but the rest was excellent and they do full or small wine pours so you can sample more variety with courses.
I understand that it was restaurant week, but the lobster bisque was flat. It tasted like someone had made it who isn't the normal soup maker. The base was nice, a great seafood/fish stock, but just a flat tomato soup flavor. It needed more body and i felt as if no one had tasted it before serving the soup. I had the duck and I am not sure if it is normally cooked to the doneness that it was, but it was in the early stages of dry, not the beautiful rare-medium rare that such a beautiful dish should be cooked at. Excellent starters, service, and ambiance. Our waitress was fantastic, and the manager was nice when he came to check as well. It wasn't a meal I regret having, Im sure Ill be back in fact, but i was disappointed with some culinary aspects. I am by no means a chef, but it doesn't take a genius to understand that something doesn't taste good, and the lobster bisque just was off.
The room was nice after I upgraded to a newer room the wife and I had a good time we’ve been going there for years just to get away from the kids and the hustle and bustle we always meet cool people in the hot tub after kids hour we will be going back same time next year
Weber's never disappoints! Always a great dinner whether its family or business. The food is great and they clearly have a culture of excellence in their customer service. One of our all-time favorite dinner spots. Tip: Try the crab cakes - they're outstanding!
I have been going to Weber's for as long as I can remember. Almost always an enjoyable experience. And this time was as well. Max was a very good server, kept the coffee and water filled and plates cleared. He was a big help with serving birthday cake for my 80 year-old mother. I was a bit disappointed in the brunch buffet. The cost was very reasonable and for the most part the food was good and adequate. Nothing was bad, the waffles were terrific, as were the baked goods. I found the fruit ripe and tasty, but two others in the group felt it was unripe. The fried chicken, while a bit dark was moist and crunchy, but needed more seasoning. There was an unidentified pasta dish, that no one in our group tried. Over all, my group was happy with the experience and we will be back.
The dinner was very nice. Food tasted delicious. Our server was not the best. We had told him at the beginning we wanted two checks. When he brought the check, it was all on one. We asked him to correct it, he said can't you just split it. It was my husbands birthday so we got the free meal(thank you). He did take it back and change it but then I ask for a box for my dessert. He did box it up but kind of threw it on the table. The person next me said WOW he just threw that on the table. Other than that it was very god.
Our second time trying Weber’s, despite a mediocre first attempt years ago. Everyone lately had recommended this place for a nice meal, so we thought something had changed. It hadn’t. We had a filet mignon, tenderloin medallions, duck, and a ribeye with salmon. All four of us had the same comments: blah, overcooked, with an undefinable odd taste. For my part, I truly loved the oysters and the side of salmon, but those are hard to screw up as menu items go. The manager (I think) came over, but he too behaved oddly, poorly dressed and uncomfortable talking with us. We didn’t bother to complain. We simply placed Weber’s back in the Bucket-NOT List. Dinner price $200, with drinks. There are a lot of other options in Ann Arbor at that price that far surpass in quality.
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