Spent the day in Ann Arbor a couple weeks ago with my friend Jill. She recommended having brunch at Angelo’s, a frequent student hang out.
The place was pretty busy, the atmosphere very laid back.
You can see into the kitchen via a wee long window.
This is my friend Jill. She’s awesomely awesome, and is usually my partner in crime.
Jill had the homemade pancakes, the poached eggs and sausage.
Her sister had the Special Breakfast: 3 eggs, ham, bacon, sausage, breakfast potatoes and homemade toast ($7.75). Yes, I said homemade. They make it all from scratch! My kinda place.
When I looked at the menu, and saw they had freshly squeezed orange juice I almost died. That’s so rare. When I asked for it the waiter asked if I would like freshly squeezed or from concentrate (they offer both). I looked at him like he was on crack. Who wants from concentrate when they have fresh? I was really tempted to order another, and I should’ve.
I ordered the Eggs Florentine: 2 eggs, spinach, tomato, hollandaise sauce and homemade toast ($7.45).
The portion was HUGE! I only ate 1/2. The toast was nice and thick to mop up all the eggy goo, and the hollandaise sauce was good, a bit grainy, but really good.
This my friends is my favorite part of eating eggs. They were perfectly poached too.
And I leave you with the money shot. Who doesn’t love a good yolk?
Loved the location, the buzz, the cazh atmosphere. The food was exactly what I wanted and expected, and it kept me going for the rest of the day. I know when school’s in (Uni. of Michigan), the place is always jam packed. If you want a nice brunch or breakfast, I definitely recommend stopping by Angelo’s in Ann Arbor.