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Kerrytown Market & Shops
Named after the Irish town that the founders called home, Kerrytown was originally made up of 3 main buildings in the late 1800’s used for a trade site. Those 3 historic buildings still remain & make up part of the original Village of Ann Arbor. Special care has been used to keep these historic buildings as special as they always were.
The unique shops really add a variety to the downtown area. There’s french, seafood, and japanese dining, a quick lunch stop counter, hair studio, kids stores, Sweetwaters coffee and tea shop, stationary store, home goods store, spice merchant, meat and produce shop, FOUND– a vintage shop, a wine store, a jewelry shop, and adult clothing stores with international items. Also at the Kerrytown tower is meetings and tours 🙂
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To think local…
Spring has sprung, and you know what that means! The fresh produce is out at the Produce Station!
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The Peoples Food Co-Op and Café Verde in Kerrytown of Ann Arbor are perfect for your organic and natural grocery needs. The café has great seating and a menu ranging from smoothies, juices, teas, coffee, other specialty drinks, soups and sandwiches.
The grocery store, with separate entrance, has fresh produce, whole grains, natural beauty products, plus vegetarian and gluten-free frozen dishes! Check out their website to become a member and get member discounts!
Also, be sure to stop by for one of their local favorite, the Hot Bar & Salad Bar. Click here for hours & location.
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The Ann Arbor Farmer’s Market, located in the Kerrytown neighborhood, features great tasting, locally grown food, plants, homemade apparel, jewelry, toys, decorations, furniture, pottery and candles in an open-air venue.