Fast, fresh, local
A new, fresh restaurant has opened in the former Giardino’s space on Jackson Road in Ann Arbor. Fresh Forage brings a fast casual, farm-to-table concept to life with a menu packed full of ingredients sourced from family and local farms and sustainably foraged from the Michigan’s woods. Their dynamic seasonal menu will evolve with a fresh, local, fast, and healthy food focus.
Monday-Saturday | 11am-8pm
5060 Jackson Rd, Suite A
734-887-6655 | freshforage.com
Briarwood Mall adds and subtracts
Charlotte Russe will move into the mall in the JCPenney wing this fall. The 5,700-square-foot space will offer fashions for teens and young women. Shoppers will find accessories, beauty products, dresses, jeans, plus sizes, shoes and more. The San Francisco-based fashion staple has locations in 45 states. Ann Arbor’s second Which Wich location, in Briarwood Mall, has closed. The downtown Ann Arbor location remains open, still in full sandwich and salad making mode.
Monday-Saturday | 10am-9pm
Sunday | 11am-6pm
100 Briarwood Circle
734-761-9550 | charlotterusse.com
Expanding preschool options in southwest Ann Arbor
Community Daycare (CDC) has opened a second preschool campus, serving ages 2 ½ to 5 years, on Ann Arbor’s southwest side. The new location, over 40 acres with expansive green space for children to explore, as well as walking trails, hills and a pond, is known as CDC-Forest and will be led by veteran teacher and CDC alum, Elizabeth Meza. Established in 1972, CDC uses the High-Scope curriculum with a commitment that all families can access their program. Over the last five years, CDC has made over $100,000 in tuition assistance available to Ann Arbor-area families.
CDC-Forest | 4001 Ann Arbor-Saline Rd
734-761-7101 | communitydaycareinc.org