Zingerman’s Deli Comes Right to Your Door!Order a few hot sandwiches & sides, some hand-sliced meat & cheese, fine olive oils, tinned fish, bread & pastries — or anything else you might need. We will deliver it all locally in the Ann Arbor area for only $5.00!
To order call: 734-663-3354
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Sandwich of the Month:
Cori B's TLDRAmidst the hustle and bustle of the day, week, month - getting back to your foundation is sometimes essential. In our case, it's by bringing together a quartet of delightful Deli staples: Turkey - roasted in broth by our friends and longstanding partners at United Meat and Deli. Liver- chopped chicken liver, to be precise - mixed with hard boiled eggs, onions and a spritz of worcestershire - Ari's grandmother's recipe! Capped with leaf lettuce. "Down East Schooner" mustard - the BEST yellow mustard in the country! Stone ground, since 1900. Rye bread - double baked, sliced by hand to order. Simple and comforting, it's the epitome of classic Zingerman's. $16.50/each
Plate of the Month:
Eggplant ParmesanAvailable daily starting at 11am
August abounds with local foods and flavor. We're celebrating with a robust eggplant parmesan. Thick slices of Goetz farm eggplant are breaded, fried and smothered in tomato sauce, fresh mozzarella, Parmigiano Reggiano and loads of fresh basil. Baked until bubbly and served with your choice of side from the salad case.
When placing your order, please inform us if you have a food allergy. We want to make sure our product is tasty and safe for you to consume! Need to know more about any ingredients... just call us 734-663-3354
Call ahead and ask for curbside service. No need to park, we’ll run your order to your car when you arrive, 734-663-3354.
Why A Sandwich Costs What It Does
One of the unwritten rules of the restaurant business is: Never do anything to bring attention to prices. Unless, of course, they’re really low. Standard wisdom goes that the less you talk about them, the better.
At Zingerman’s, however, we’ve broken all sorts of other rules, so we figured, let’s dump this one, too. We thought we’d take a few minutes to explain why a sandwich costs what it costs.