August Guest Chef Cooking Demo
Aug
15
11:00 AM11:00

August Guest Chef Cooking Demo

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3rd Wednesday of the month, May - Oct. In this exciting series, Ann Arbor Chefs will perform cooking demos using seasonal ingredients from our vendors. Meet the chefs and learn how to create yummy recipes using local ingredients from the market. This month's guest: Chef Maggie Long of Jolly Pumpkin Cafe & Brewery. This event is free, drop in anytime.

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Kerrytown Nashbash Music Festival 2018
Aug
16
5:00 PM17:00

Kerrytown Nashbash Music Festival 2018

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Music City comes to Tree Town for the 12th year in a row of Kerrytown's Nashbash Music Festival 2018. Set in the Ann Arbor Farmers Market the event features a roster of first-class national and local performers in an intimate neighborhood atmosphere, making Kerrytown the place to be on Thursday evening during the dog days of summer. One of the founders of Nashbash is Whit Hilll, a longtime member of the Ann Arbor arts community who now lives in Nashville. True to Nashbash tradition, she and her band Whit Hill and the Postcards headline the Nashbash roster, which features Nashville guest artist, Annika Bennett, along with local favorites Hoodang, The Judy Banker Band, The Whiskey Charmers, and Joe Shields: aka Cousin Joe Twoshacks

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Nashbash takes place in the Ann Arbor Farmers Market and is free and open to the public. We'll have delicious BBQ courtesy of the Blue Tractor BBQ & Brewery and popular food carts/trucks and drinks (including beer from Wolverine State Brewing Co. and wine) will be available along with fabulous face painting for kids and adults with Motor City Kitty. Immediately following Nashbash, the Aut Bar (315 Braun Court) will host a free "afterBASH" party from 9:30 to 11 pm, with headliner Ann Arbor country-americana artist Ed Dupas, followed by performances by Nashbash and other favorite locals on the courtyard stage.

Thank you to our sponsors: Blue Tractor BBQ & BreweryWolverine State Brewing Co.Kerrytown Concert HouseKerrytown District Association, Kerryton Market and Shops and Ann Arbor DDA

Performer websites
annikabennett.com
whithill.com
hoodang.com
judybanker.com
thewhiskeycharmers.com
facebook.com/twoshacks (Joe Shields)
eddupas.com

Performer bios:

WHIT HILL AND THE POSTCARDS - Whit Hill and the Postcards features singer/songwriter Whitley Hill, singer/keyboardist/guitarist/husband Al Hill, bassist Patrick Prouty and drummer Chuck Navyac. Driven by Whitley Hill, the Postcards was formed in the winter of 2001 in order to bring interesting, literate and unexpectedly beautiful alt-country music the greater Detroit area. Hill, well known for her versatile creative talents, having spent much of her creative life in Ann Arbor, moved with her husband Al Hill to Nashville in 2010 and has quickly become a vital part of music community there. She comes home to Ann Arbor each year as one of the founders and leading lights of Nashbash.

ANNIKA BENNETT - Annika Bennett has been a songbird from day one. Early photos show her onstage strumming an electric guitar the size of her entire body. Day in and day out, she listened to Queen, the Beatles, Beach Boys, Simon & Garfunkel and more. After learning several Beatles songs note for note on guitar, Annika was inspired to write her first song at age nine - and hasn’t stopped since. Her music captures a unique blend of pop melodies with introspective, thought-provoking lyrics. Suffice it to say Annika’s youth belies her prolific nature: At 20 years of age, she's already written a few hundred songs and received multiple awards including ASCAP’s Robert Allen Award for excellence in songwriting, WNYC’s Battle of the Boroughs Queens champion, Folk Alliance International Executive Director's Choice Artist, and Falcon Ridge Folk Festival’s #1 Emerging Artist. In 2016, after studying pop music production for one year at NYU’s Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music on a scholarship, Annika moved to Nashville to work as a developing artist with Sony Records. She currently spends her time traveling between New York and Nashville, recording, playing shows, and writing songs every step of the way. 

HOODANG - For more than a decade, Hoodang has been mesmerizing audiences with its unique blend of dark, driving, off-kilter alt-country music. The band writes songs, often in the first-person, of people tarnished by bad blood and bad luck who still find ways to make it through to the next town, day, marriage, con, or bottle. Hoodang members include a Who’s Who of local music legends including Dave Rossiter, Sophia Hanifi, Dave Keeney, Ralph McKee and John Crawford. Their combined talents bring a driving, fingerstyle rhythm guitar sound with a thrumming bass, chiming electric guitar, hammer down percussion, and soaring vocal harmonies, that creates Hoodang’s emblemic onstage comfort zone that is a spontaneous, careening edge, playing off the moment, the mood, and the room.

JUDY BANKER BAND - Ann Arbor’s country-americana singer-songwriter Judy Banker, fronts her band of Michigan musical luminaries including bassist/multi-instrumentalist Dave Roof, dobro/electric guitar player Tony Pace (Cold Tone Harvest) and percussionist Brian Williams (Cold Tone Harvest). Rooted in 60’s folk and vintage country, Judy’s songwriting echoes the sensibility of that era but with a contemporary twist. With a voice described as reminiscent of Loretta Lynn and Rose Maddox and a high energy delivery her live performances are always memorable. With two CDs under her belt, 2014’s “Without You” and 2016’s “Devils Never Cry” (awarded a 2017 Philby Award for Best Folk Album), Judy will begin recording her third release later this year.

THE WHISKEY CHARMERS - The Whiskey Charmers is a Detroit-based Americana band led by Carrie Shepard and Lawrence Daversa. Fans have often compared their sound to riding through the desert with the top down. They recently released their second full-length album “The Valley”, which just received a Detroit Music Award for Best Country Recording on CD, digital outlets, and vinyl to rave reviews. The title track “The Valley” has just been chosen by Alternate Root Magazine as one of the top ten songs of the week. In addition , three of their songs have recently been included in the new video game “Detroit: Become Human” (Sony Interactive Entertainment for Playstation 4). 

JOE SHIELDS – Grand Rapids artist, Joe Shields is a Kerrville New Folk award winning songwriting and notable animator under his internet alias Joe Cartoon. Joe keeps his music simple with tasteful chord progressions, deep country-fried singing and a tinge of the blues. He completed his first studio album “Rocks and Toads” in 2014 and has two projects completed for a fall release, one recorded with well-known Austin singer-producer, Gorf Morlix.

afterBASH Headliner
ED DUPAS - Americana singer-songwriter Ed Dupas' lived-in melodies unwind with reflective lyrics and speak to the current state of the human condition, soothing where possible, agitating where necessary, and seeking change where appropriate. Crafted from the heart, Ed Dupas’ simple yet soulful music flows from an array of broad social themes to more personal narratives of love and loss. website: eddupas.com

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Summer Pantry Essentials Hosted by Grace Singleton
Aug
22
6:30 PM18:30

Summer Pantry Essentials Hosted by Grace Singleton

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It’s a choose your own adventure tastebud exploration! The foods we serve will be set up as a comparative tasting. You’ll have a chance to taste several different styles of our best selling items so you can experience how they taste on their own, when used as an ingredient and when combined with other items.

Here’s a sneak peek at what Grace has planned for this tasting:
• 3 different extra virgin olive oils
• 3 different vinegars
• Some “smoky things” - like, pimenton & a smoked salt or smoked oil
• 3 different breads
• 3 different salts
• 3 different types of pepper
• 2 different nuts
• 3 different spice blends

We’ll have everything available to taste by itself, but we’ll also make some vinaigrettes and have fresh greens to pair them with, as well as several different types of cooked pasta to help taste the oils and sample different pasta brands. We’ll blend the spice mixes with the oils to use as a dip for the breads. We’ll toast the evening with some sparkly vinegar spritzers and we’ll provide some fresh fruit & veggies to pair any of the foods with and let you sample and mix up some flavors yourself.

It should be a fun flavor adventure for everyone that attends!

All tastings include a 20% off coupon to shop at Zingerman’s Deli so you can purchase these or other items to take home and experiment.

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The Joys of Jewish Preserving with Emily Paster
Aug
27
6:30 PM18:30

The Joys of Jewish Preserving with Emily Paster

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Join us for an evening with author Emily Paster as we talk about her newest cookbook, The Joys of Jewish Preserving. While we discuss the history of preserved foods in Jewish life, the chefs of the Deli will serve a few dishes featured from her book. Sure to be a tasty and enlightening evening that you won’t want to miss. Books will be available for purchase.
Attendees receive a 20% off coupon to use after the tasting.

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Miss Kim's Monthly Suckling Pig Party!
Aug
13
6:30 PM18:30

Miss Kim's Monthly Suckling Pig Party!

INTRODUCING MISS KIM SUCKLING PIG PARTIES
Second MONDAY of EVERY month! Just $50 per person!

Our monthly parties will feature succulent Suckling Pig wrapped up in the theme of the month. Think - Spiced Suckling pig. Suckling pig buns. Suckling pig Korean tacos.

For our debut Suckling Pig party on MONDAY, JULY 9, we present : SSAM SUCKLING PIG PARTY!

Ssam means "wrapped" in Korean. That's right. Melt in your mouth suckling pig. Lettuce and perilla wraps. Served family style with camaraderie and more house-made accoutrements than you can shake a hoof at.

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Just For Kids: Story Time and Food Tasting
Aug
13
10:30 AM10:30

Just For Kids: Story Time and Food Tasting

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Calling all kids between the ages of 4-8 years old!
Join us for an exciting morning that will engage ALL of your senses.

First, we'll have story time with author Brenna Burns Yu, visiting all the way from Connecticut to read from her new children's book, "Hazel and Twig: The Birthday Fortune."

Then, we'll taste some Korean food (from Brenna's book!) and learn more about Korean first birthday traditions from Chef Ji Hye Kim.

$20/kid
Only 20 seats available.

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Fairy Day at Sunday Artisan Market
Aug
12
11:00 AM11:00

Fairy Day at Sunday Artisan Market

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Aug 12 — 8th Annual Fairy Day. A very popular annual event, this year’s Fairy Day will include arts & crafts for the kids, a treasure hunt, face painting, and an urban fairy discussion by local fairyologist Jonathan Wright (see Jonathan’s website at https://urban-fairies.com/index.html). Fairy Day activities will be held from 12-3pm. Ann Arbor’s Flipside Art Studio is helping The Sunday Artisan Market coordinate this event. Check out Flipside on the web at http://www.flipsideartstudio.com/.

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This is Detroit
Aug
10
12:00 PM12:00

This is Detroit

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A variety of flavors inspired by the Motor City:

Shrimp Cocktail with Zucchini Carpaccio - Balsamic Vinegar / Mixed Greens / Fresh Cheese
Walleye From the Dock
Lamb Ragout - Rigatoni / Fennel / Olives / Mint
Grapefruit Upside Down Cake - Yogurt Cake / Goat Cheese Chantilly / Brown Sugar Tuile

Register here: https://www.fustinis.com/upcoming-events/2800

Cost is $65 per person and payment is expected at time of registration as seats are limited. Each attendee will receive a 10% discount on products purchased the day of the class. You can register online or call the store (734-213-1110). Email your questions to jill@fustinis.com. Be sure to notify us of any dietary restrictions in advance. Please check out our tab "What you need to know" before signing up.

 

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Fustini's Food Truck
Aug
8
6:00 PM18:00

Fustini's Food Truck

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The latest trend for easy meals, this class highlights some of the traditional offerings you can find from food trucks, Fustinified of course!

Sage and Wild Mushroom Poutine with Pepper Jack Sauce
Korean Fried Chicken Sandwich with Garlic Soy Glaze and Kimchi Slaw
Polish Sausage Sub - Cheddar Potato Pierogies / Sour Cabbage / Honey Mustard
Waffle BLT with Balsamic Mayonnaise

Register here: https://www.fustinis.com/upcoming-events/2794

Cost is $55 per person and payment is expected at time of registration as seats are limited. Each attendee will receive a 10% discount on products purchased the day of the class. You can register online or call the store (734-213-1111). Email your questions to jill@fustinis.com. Be sure to notify us of any dietary restrictions in advance. Please check out our tab "What you need to know" before signing up. 

All class seats are nonrefundable, much like a sporting event or theater ticket. If canceling is necessary and given two days in advance, we will issue you a store credit for product or toward another class. Please note: we require a 6-day advance notice for rescheduling groups larger than four people.

 

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Texas Lone Star Cuisine
Aug
8
12:00 PM12:00

Texas Lone Star Cuisine

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This ain't his first rodeo, Chef Andy has a menu ready and raring to go.

Bread and Butter Jalapenos / Watermelon Pico de Gallo
Gulf Coast Crab Benedict With Cilantro Hollandaise
Charred Corn and Chorizo Tacos With Avocado Fries
Grilled Ribeye Steak With Texas Mop Sauce and Corn Bread Pudding
Peach Cobbler

Register here: https://www.fustinis.com/upcoming-events/2805

Cost is $65 per person and payment is expected at time of registration as seats are limited. Each attendee will receive a 10% discount on products purchased the day of the class. You can register online or call the store (734-213-1110). Email your questions to jill@fustinis.com. Be sure to notify us of any dietary restrictions in advance. Please check out our tab "What you need to know" before signing up. 

All class seats are nonrefundable, much like a sporting event or theater ticket. If canceling is necessary and given two days in advance, we will issue you a store credit for product or toward another class. Please note: we require a 6-day advance notice for rescheduling groups larger than four people.

 

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Sundae Social featuring a HOT DOG Stand!
Aug
7
4:00 PM16:00

Sundae Social featuring a HOT DOG Stand!

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Hot diggity dog, it’s the Sundae Social with a Sundae bar & Hot Dog bar! Our Next Door sweet treat experts will help you make a custom designed sundae featuring gelato from Zingerman’s Creamery and fabulous toppings like housemade chocolate syrup, cookie crumbles from Zingerman’s Bakehouse, or peanut brittle from Zingerman’s Candy Manufactory. Our party fun will also include fun activities for kids of all ages. PLUS, relish the chance to deck out your dog with all the condiments: diced onions, dill relish, spicy mustard, The Brinery sauerkraut, crushed potato chips, bacon and more!

Free to attend; Gelato Sundaes and hot dogs for purchase. No reservation required. Open-house style –come for part or the entire event. Either way, make sure to bring your sweet tooth!

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Just for Kids: Explore the World of Deli Kitchen Favorites
Aug
7
11:00 AM11:00

Just for Kids: Explore the World of Deli Kitchen Favorites

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Our Deli kitchen is busy every day making our tried and true favorites for our guests – potato salad, chocolate pudding, and russian dressing, just to name a few. In this JUST FOR KIDS tasting, we’ll explore these favorites with our very own Chef Rodger! He’ll tell you some stories about how our recipes came to be, talk about what makes our recipes different from others and reveal some of the secret ingredients that make our favorite products so special. Oh yeah, and we’ll taste them all!

We think kids ages 4-14 would most enjoy this tasting. Parents are welcome to attend at no charge and observe on the sidelines. All participants will receive a 20% off coupon to use after the tasting to eat and/or shop at the Deli. Please include your child’s name, age, and any allergy information in the comments field when you register. Thank you!

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Tapas for Two
Aug
4
6:00 PM18:00

Tapas for Two

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Elegant small plates for two. A menu perfect for a summer evening on the deck with your favorite wine.

Mushroom Salad with Pine Nuts and Balsamic Glaze
Vegetable and Goat Cheese Lasagna
Seafood Medley with Brandy and Sherry
Apple Empanada

Register here: https://www.fustinis.com/upcoming-events/2793

Cost is $55 per person and payment is expected at time of registration as seats are limited. Each attendee will receive a 10% discount on products purchased the day of the class. You can register online or call the store (734-213-1110). Email your questions to jill@fustinis.com. Be sure to notify us of any dietary restrictions in advance. Please check out our tab "What you need to know" before signing up. 

All class seats are nonrefundable, much like a sporting event or theater ticket. If canceling is necessary and given two days in advance, we will issue you a store credit for product or toward another class. Please note: we require a 6-day advance notice for rescheduling groups larger than four people.

 

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Cookbook: James Beard
Aug
4
12:00 PM12:00

Cookbook: James Beard

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James Beard was a champion of American cuisine whose influence is still felt in awards of excellence given today.

Bread and Cheese Board with Charcuterie
A Portable Feast
Pan Bagna
Onion Sandwich - Devilled Egg Stack / Poached Chicken / Heirloom Tomato
Croque Monsieur - Gruyere / Hickory Smoked Bacon / Olive Relish
Tarte Tatin - Michigan Apple Cream

Register here: https://www.fustinis.com/upcoming-events/2804

Cost is $65 per person and payment is expected at time of registration as seats are limited. Each attendee will receive a 10% discount on products purchased the day of the class. You can register online or call the store (734-213-1110). Email your questions to jill@fustinis.com. Be sure to notify us of any dietary restrictions in advance. Please check out our tab "What you need to know" before signing up. 

All class seats are nonrefundable, much like a sporting event or theater ticket. If canceling is necessary and given two days in advance, we will issue you a store credit for product or toward another class. Please note: we require a 6-day advance notice for rescheduling groups larger than four people.

 

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Cindy Scott & Brian Seeger wsg Janelle Reichman
Aug
1
8:00 PM20:00

Cindy Scott & Brian Seeger wsg Janelle Reichman

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Cindy Scott, vocals
Brian Seeger, guitar
Janelle Reichman, clarinet and saxophones

CINDY SCOTT, vocals
Cindy Scott is recognized in the vocal community as a singer’s singer. Her technical mastery and deep commitment to the lyric and musical expression has earned her loyal fans around the world. Originally hailing from Tupelo, Mississippi, Cindy Scott has lived a life steeped in all forms of American roots music, jazz, gospel, and southern soul. She came up in an extended family full of talented musicians and passionate educators, and was singing parts at the family jams at the age of 2. Cindy also plays flute, bamboo flute, guitar and hand percussion, and is a composer and lyricist.

Scott has released three CDs under her own name, and has a fourth one coming out later this year. Her most recent release, Historia, featured a slew of Grammy nominated artists, including Karrin Allyson, Jamison Ross and Randy Porter, and inspired Jazz Times to name her one of the top 10 jazz vocalists of the year. Her previous release, Let the Devil Take Tomorrow, won an OffBeat award for best Jazz release in Louisiana. Concurrent with her travels around the world performing, Cindy is an Associate Professor of Voice at the esteemed Berklee College of Music in Boston.

BRIAN SEEGER, guitar
Guitarist Brian Seeger is an integral part of New Orleans still vibrant jazz community. His fluid and rich tone, and searching melodic improvisations, have led to his recognition as "One of New Orleans' best jazz guitarists," by the local music media. His recording and performance credits include Aaron Neville, Charlie Hunter, Karrin Allyson, Big John Patton, Dr. Lonnie Smith, Chris Wood, Jason Marsalis, Davell Crawford, Stanton Moore, Johnny Vidacovich, John Ellis, Brian Blade, Rebecca Paris, and many others.

Although his musical excursions have been influenced by his studies with contemporary jazz figures such as Gary Burton and Ellis Marsalis, Seeger's playing is well grounded in the blues and American roots music, as well as the sounds of New Orleans' streets. Seeger deftly melds these elements into an approach that is extremely heartfelt and individual; his aesthetic is fundamentally that of a jazz musician, but there is still ample space for ideas from other idioms.

Along with his accomplishments as a performer, Seeger is a well known jazz educator and composer. He holds a full time faculty position in the University of New Orleans Jazz Studies program, and was the director of the National Guitar Workshop's Jam Summit. Seeger is also an award winning composer and producer. Many of his compositions have become part of the standard repertoire of the New Orleans soul-jazz community, and have appeared on numerous nationally and internationally released CDs. He has produced over 30 discs for other artists. His group’s 2017 release, Organic Trio Saturn’s Spell, spent two months in the top 10 of the US Jazz Radio charts, peaking at #2.

JANELLE REICHMAN, clarinet and saxophones
Clarinetist and saxophonist Janelle Reichman has performed all over the world with renowned ensembles such as Doc Severinsen and his Tonight Show Band, The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis, The DIVA Jazz Orchestra, and many more. Originally from Ann Arbor, MI, Janelle attended the Manhattan School of Music on full scholarship, quickly after which she embarked upon an exciting and diverse career in New York City, where she remained for a decade. Her musical work in NYC ran the gamut from the New Orleans sounds of The Gotham Easy to the soulful grooves of the R&B band ON THE SUN to the Broadway jazz musical After Midnight - and everything in between. Janelle's debut solo album, Middleground, has received rave reviews. In 2016, Janelle was a featured clarinetist at Jazz at Lincoln Center for Moonglow: The Magic of Benny Goodman, and in early 2018 she was welcomed back to Lincoln Center to perform as a guest clarinet soloist with the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis for the show Benny Goodman: The King of Swing. Now happily back in her hometown since 2016, Janelle can be heard around town performing with groups such as Jim Dapogny’s Easy Street Jazz Band, the high-energy klezmer band Klezmephonic, and her own jazz quintet. When she’s not playing her clarinet or saxophone, Janelle is most likely designing and building websites for other musicians in the Midwest and NYC.

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August Food Truck Rally
Aug
1
5:00 PM17:00

August Food Truck Rally

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Join us for the August Food Truck Rally! With 14 trucks and carts, we will have many of your old favorites plus lots of new faces and flavors. Just some of these include wood fired pizza, tacos, crepes, paella, Israeli street food, hand rolled ice cream, and TONS more. 

The Ann Arbor Food Truck Rallies also feature live music! Check back soon for a list of musicians. Plus, fun kids activities. Come join us for a night on the town to taste some of Southeast Michigan's top street food and cuisine. 

Food Truck Rallies are the first Wednesday of the month, May - October located onsite at the Farmers Market. We are working with Zero Waste Washtenaw this year to reduce waste and improve our recycling and composting.

Cosa Sabrosa
Crepe Day-Twah
Hero Or Villain Van
The Nosh Pit Detroit
Shimmy Shack
Matt & Mo's
Jamerican Grill
Wood Fired Up
TruckShuka Detroit
Simply Spanish
Naughty Boy's Rolled Ice Cream
Petey's Donuts
Impasto Detroit
Island Noodles

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Special Dinner - The Sisterhood of Food
Jul
30
6:30 PM18:30

Special Dinner - The Sisterhood of Food

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Chef Ji Hye Kim is very committed to Michigan farmers. The menu at Miss Kim is a showcase for seasonal and local produce. Being a woman chef, Ji Hye will be the first to admit that when it comes to woman farmers she feels a certain esprit de corps – women thriving in what has traditionally been a man’s domain.

Join us for this very special dinner. Feast on inspired dishes featuring the incredible produce of three Michigan farms, each led by women. Best of all, meet the women behind the farms and join their conversation about what it means to be a farmer, and a woman in the world of farming.

Featured Farms : 
The Land Loom – Ann Arbor Township – year round greens and small heirloom varietals
Songbird Farm – Ann Arbor Township – using sustainable organic practices and hand tools
Goetz Family Farm CSA – Riga, Michigan – farming for three generations, since 1905
TamChop Farms – Ann Arbor Township – just starting, learning, loving

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Late Night Date Night
Jul
27
6:00 PM18:00

Late Night Date Night

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Ever come home from a show or event and need a little something to eat. Chef Andy has some quick and easy late night small plates to enjoy and top off your evening.

Various Beverages - Lemonade / Mango Lassi / Raspberry Lime Rickey
English Muffins with Fresh Fruit Jams and Preserves
Tomato Salad - Pickled Red Onion / Feta Cheese / Smashed English Cucumber / Tuscan Sherry Vinaigrette
Mini Taco Salad - Chorizo / Mixed Greens / Roasted Beets / Manchego / Onion Pepperoncini Vinaigrette
Cheese Blintz - Fresh Fruit / Balsamic Syrup / Pistachio Brittle

Register here: https://www.fustinis.com/upcoming-events/2767

Cost is $55 per person and payment is expected at time of registration as seats are limited. You can register online or call the store (734-213-1110). Email your questions to jill@fustinis.com. Be sure to notify us of any dietary restrictions in advance. Please check out our tab "What you need to know" before signing up. 

All class seats are nonrefundable, much like a sporting event or theater ticket. If canceling is necessary and given two days in advance, we will issue you a store credit for product or toward another class. Please note: we require a 6-day advance notice for rescheduling groups larger than four people.

 

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Thistle & Bess is Three!
Jul
27
5:00 PM17:00

Thistle & Bess is Three!

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We will be celebrating our Third Birthday on Friday, July 27 from 5-7pm at the shop! Come sip on some bubbly, enjoy treats by our friends, Sweet Heather Anne, and pick up some new plant friends at a Graye's Greenhouse pop-up shop! We will also be offering 20% off of all purchases (including jewelry! *Custom orders are excluded). We hope to see you there!

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This is Detroit
Jul
25
6:00 PM18:00

This is Detroit

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A variety of flavors inspired by the Motor City:

Shrimp Cocktail with Zucchini Carpaccio - Balsamic Vinegar / Mixed Greens / Fresh Cheese
Walleye From the Dock
Lamb Ragout - Rigatoni / Fennel / Olives / Mint
Grapefruit Upside Down Cake - Yogurt Cake / Goat Cheese Chantilly / Brown Sugar Tuile

Register here: https://www.fustinis.com/upcoming-events/2765

Cost is $55 per person and payment is expected at time of registration as seats are limited. Each attendee will receive a 10% discount on products purchased the day of the class. You can register online or call the store (734-213-1110). Email your questions to jill@fustinis.com. Be sure to notify us of any dietary restrictions in advance. Please check out our tab "What you need to know" before signing up.

 

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Just for Kids: Explore the World of Deli Meat
Jul
25
5:30 PM17:30

Just for Kids: Explore the World of Deli Meat

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Our Deli meat counter is busy all day long, slicing and wrapping delicious meats from around the world. In this JUST FOR KIDS tasting, we’re going to expand your palette beyond the ordinary turkey and ham that you might find on the sandwich in your lunchbox. We’ll learn about the variety of meats made around the world – from Italian prosciutto from Italy to Hungarian salami – and what makes the ones we bring here to the Deli different from what you might find at the grocery store. And best yet … we’ll taste them all!

We think kids ages 4-14 would most enjoy this tasting. Parents are welcome to attend at no charge and observe on the sidelines. All participants will receive a 20% off coupon to use after the tasting to eat and/or shop at the Deli. Please include your child’s name, age, and any allergy information in the comments field when you register. Thank you!

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Farmers Market to Table
Jul
25
12:00 PM12:00

Farmers Market to Table

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A class to see how to add Fustini's to the freshest produce available. When able, Chef Andy will shop at the Kerrytown Farmer's Market for the ingredients to create fresh and delicious recipes.

Register here: https://www.fustinis.com/upcoming-events/2772

Cost is $65 per person and payment is expected at time of registration as seats are limited. Each attendee will receive a 10% discount on products purchased the day of the class. You can register online or call the store (734-213-1110). Email your questions to jill@fustinis.com. Be sure to notify us of any dietary restrictions in advance. Please check out our tab "What you need to know" before signing up.

 

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Just for Kids: Explore the World of Candy
Jul
24
11:00 AM11:00

Just for Kids: Explore the World of Candy

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OMG! We’re doing it again … a class all about candy … JUST FOR KIDS!! Our sweet treat experts from Zingerman’s Next Door will tell you why the candy we sell at Zingerman’s Deli is so special. You’ll learn all about our favorites, hear some stories about our favorite candy makers, and learn about some of our more interesting selections. Best part of the class – we’re gonna eat some candy!

We think kids ages 4-14 would most enjoy this tasting. Parents are welcome to attend at no charge and observe on the sidelines. All participants will receive a 20% off coupon to use after the tasting to eat and/or shop at the Deli. Please include your child’s name, age, and any allergy information in the comments field when you register. Thank you!

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