Dominick's open for the season
Reader Photo By: Jordan Balduf
Despite this afternoon's wintry snow flurries, we've got a sure sign of the coming spring: Dominick's opened for the season this week.
Owner Richard DeVarti confirmed that the restaurant, 812 Monroe St. in Ann Arbor, reopened on Monday.
"We always open on the Monday following Michigan's spring break," explained Devarti. "We close up again following the last U of M home football game."
The restaurant is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., and the kitchen closes at 9 p.m.
"We're usually closed on Sundays, but this year with St. Patrick's Day falling on a Sunday, we'll be open at noon," said DeVarti.
DeVarti doesn't have a set closing time in mind for St. Patrick's Day, saying that they're planning to play it by ear.
Located just across from U-M's Law Quad on the corner of Tappan and Monroe streets, Dominick's has been a fixture of campus and townie life since it opened in 1960. It's known for its outdoor patio and sangria.