Supported by the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs and the National Endowment for the Arts. Refreshments sponsored by Pomeroy Living Rochester.
Teas at Two: Iconic Restaurants of Ann Arbor
Thursday September 26, 2:00 – 3:00 pm
Sip a cup of tea while enjoying a slice of history. Featuring a different speaker and history topic each month, this popular lecture series takes place inside Old Troy Church at the Troy Historic Village.
Whether your fondest memories of Ann Arbor began with ringing the Pretzel Bell, of more recent stops at Pizza Bob’s or Zingerman’s, every generation has a favorite to share. Co-authors Jon Milan and Gail Offen love to discuss the unforgettable eateries and bars that have long made Ann Arbor a dining destination!
So, if you’re a University of Michigan fan, or just love food, you’ll enjoy the journey through some of Ann Arbor’s favorite hangouts, past and present. You’ll also learn some insider tips—which restaurant has the best graffiti? Or chipati? How did Division Street get its name? What’s the secret of ordering correctly at Krazy Jim’s? Jon and Gail guarantee an upbeat afternoon of photos, history, anecdotes, and even a few recipes as they discuss their latest book, Iconic Restaurants of Ann Arbor, which they will sign and sell after the Tea program.
Space is limited! Advance registration required: 248-524-3570
Price (includes Village admission, tea, and cookies):
Troy Historical Society Members: $8/ticket or $21/Fall Season
Non-members: $9/ticket or $24/Fall Season
Not a THS member? Save money on this and other programs when you join.