Chef Chris also can slap some of that smoked meat on a dense house-baked bun brushed with herbs and olive oil for on-the-fly eating; sandwiches with a drink and a side salad range from $8 to $10. If you want to make a picnic of it, the shop is five minutes from the nearly-5,000-acre Brighton Recreation Area.
We ordered more than we could eat, but I was glad to have the leftovers to work with at home the next couple of days—smoked chicken salad, fried rice with that hammy rib meat, beef brisket sandwiches. Hamburg is about twenty minutes’ drive from Ann Arbor, so it doesn’t hurt to get extra. If your house is anything like mine, it won’t go begging.
150 Howell Street,
Mon.–Thurs. 6 a.m.–10 p.m., Fri. & Sat. 6 a.m.–11 p.m., Sun. 7 a.m.–8 p.m.
Breakfast $1.99–$7.99; sandwiches, Coneys, & burgers $1.79–$9.29; soups, appetizers, & salads $1.99–$8.49; entrees $5.29–$14.99; desserts $1.99–$3.69
Fully disability friendly