February 08, 2007
Looking for a place outside of the house, and would like to stay warm, but do not want to spend too much money? Ambrosia Café is a independent alternative to the usual Starbucks of $4 a drink.
As I am sitting on the loveseat in the back corner, the speaker is right above my head with the better capture of the relaxing and soothing sound of music to the ear. Ambrosia, the fiercely dependent, eccentric, and homey café in Ann Arbor, is hidden, within the campus of Ann Arbor.
The normal servers, Jimmy and Mike, deal with a diverse crowd of clientele, from graduate students to trendy artistic people serving their favorite drinks of yerba mate to chai bomb. Of course they have the usual Tea, milk, and espresso, but their variety in drinks also attracts their customers. As Ann Arbor News said, “Cafe Ambrosia, a small, independently owned coffee shop near the University of Michigan's campus across from the Maynard Street entrance to Nickels Arcade, opened three years ago and has since built a loyal following.”
So check it out and visit Café Ambrosia located on 326 Maynard Street.
Posted by xfuller at February 8, 2007 05:30 PM