Try a New Restaurant for Less

There have been a number of new restaurants to open in Ann Arbor lately. We haven’t had a chance to try all of them yet

Today I found a couple of deals for new restaurants that I wanted to share with other families in the Ann Arbor area.

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Tony Sacco’s Coal Oven Pizza opened on Eisenhower Parkway next to Potbelly Sandwiches. I was actually driving by as they lifted their ovens into place over the roof. This week they are offering a $20 certificate from LivingSocial for just $10. Your certificate will be available for the full value until October 19, 2013 and for the price paid until July 13, 2018. You can purchase your certificate until Thursday, July 18 or while supplies last.

Kuroshio is a new Japanese restaurant on Liberty in Downtown Ann Arbor. We walked by the restaurant last night during the Rolling Sculpture Show and want to give it a try. They are offering both a lunch and dinner deal through LivingSocial. For $10 you will receive $20 for lunch or for $20 you will receive $40 for dinner. Reservations are required to use your certificates. The full value of your certificates is valid until October 16, 2013 and the paid value is valid until July 13, 2018. This deal can be purchased through Monday, July 15. While my daughter loves Japanese food, I would recommend Kuroshio as a date night restaurant.


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Anna Mae


Anna Mae owns & operates Ann Arbor with Kids, a website dedicated to Family Activities in Ann Arbor. My husband and I moved to Ann Arbor in 2003 and our daughter joined the family in 2006.

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