We went with family on a Friday to Ann Arbor's Grange Kitchen and Bar. This is a place that offers fine dining with local ingredients whenever possible. We made reservations early, and had no wait when we arrived. We sat down and took advantage of their extensive spirits list. We had a round of Sazerac cocktails, a blend of rye whiskey, absinth, and bar sour. Great choice. Next up, appetizers - splitting salads and chorizo/dates/and blue cheese. Next up, main courses: Cathie, my better half, had grilled salmon in a broth with grilled onions and spinach. Janet, my sister-in-law, had grilled duck breast with onions and candied beets. Dan, my bro-in-law, and I shared a 22-oz bone-in rib steak, rubbed with spices, hot seared, and finished with a light smoke. The meat was cut from the bone, sliced and presented in a "fan" on our plates. NOTE: Because this is such a big piece of meat, we were served rare rather than medium rare - not a big thing when everything else all around was perfect. We also had braised spinach with it. We all shared two orders of potatoes fried in duck fat. Dinner drinks were: glass of wine for the ladies and Green Bush Pale Ale for the guys. We were glad to see a long list of Michigan craft beers and wines.
There was so much food that we couldn't manage a dessert and took home enough for breakfast the next day.
Service was very good; atmosphere cozy; food great; spirits, wine, and beer great.
Total for our meal was $200 for the four of us before tip.
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