I have to admit this is another great addition to Downtown made possible by the new underground parking structure. Topped with shredded parmesan cheese and grilled chicken. A 6 Ounces boneless, skinless, chicken breast grilled to perfection. Penne noodles covered with alfredo sauce, lightly dusted with Cajun seasoning. Served with a fruit dish. The measurements range from 5.25"x4" to 14"x8.5". When I look at a map the only thing below Division Street is the UM Athletic Complex. Pork tenderloin breaded and pan fried in olive oil. Fantastic news about the downtown venture. 3 eggs with ham, bacon or sausage, hash browns and biscuits and gravy. The restaurant will have about 150 indoor seats, with an outdoor patio that wraps around Maynard and Liberty. The move comes 61 years after Ray Knight opened Knight’s Market at 420 Miller Ave., and nearly 30 years after he purchased Annie’s Dugout at 2324 Dexter Ave., opening the now-iconic Knight’s Steakhouse. It was passed into state law by groups who have IBS/other "going" related medical issues. An 8 Ounces Angus chopped sirloin cooked to your liking and topped with sauteed onions. Knight's Steakhouse on Dexter Rd in Ann Arbor is my absolute FAVORITE restaurant. Going with what works instead of trying to force-feed the people things they don't care about is a great strategy. If all these tenants at the old Borders location were fighting for the corner space, why not LIST the other tenants? .....Not sure if it is "proclaimed" or "acclaimed" though. Feta cheese, diced tomato, fresh spinach and diced onion. Especially if its Knight's. “It’s going to be comfortable and casual,” said Jeff. Really? Get the fried chicken breast sliders with a side of mozzarella sticks then place two mozzarella sticks on each slider. Huge mistake. Steak, book browsing, movie across the street at the Michigan- a perfect Saturday evening IMHO. What a great addition to downtown ann arbor. "Downtown is below Division Street." 1 - Ummmm no. Pizza business is very high profit. Fresh steamed vegetables. Having Knight's would be a crown jewel for any location. The prices, Jeff said, will be competitive with other restaurants in town. Fresh spinach, mandarin oranges, bleu cheese, bacon bits, sliced almonds, tomatoes, red onions and sliced chicken breast. Served with mashed potatoes, vegetable and your choice of soup, salad or coleslaw. Hope they are successful, but we will keep going to the Dexter Ave location. January opening? The Chop House is way overpriced and some of the dishes are of questionable quality at any price. Especially at night(s)? Well, it was better than "supposed". I love Knight's, but, was hoping for a Target in that space. The new restaurant will likely feature the iconic black chess piece sign, although it will also include lettering. Daily: 11:00am - 3:00pm. “It’s a little different for us, and it’s a big financial commitment for the family, but we're comfortable with it.” Mon-sat: 3:00pm - 9:00pm. The interior of the Knight's restaurant on Dexter Avenue. Creamy housemade alfredo sauce served with alfredo noodles. Due to Covid-19, restaurant open hours and service may differ. Drizzled with a glazed balsamic dressing. You are absolutely correct. “We’ve been looking for the right location for about five years,” said Don Knight, who runs the restaurant on Dexter Avenue. No parking and won't use the structure. Cheap ingredients and cheap labor and high prices. A mammoth portion of mouth-watering homemade meatloaf covered with beef gravy. "Changes include: different kinds of cocktails, some menu updates, and the restaurant will be open seven days a week." I agree. Lake Pointe Yacht Club « Back To Livonia, MI. Its just as good as its always been, except Ray's not playing bridge at the center table.... Ray hadn't been in charge of the restaurant operations for years. This move to downtown, however, was a no-brainer. I live on the Old West Side and everytime we walk downtown, I wish there was a sit-down dining option where we could go and not receive nasty looks for bringing our two-year old, not drop $100, and not need to dress-up. Almost, but to this longtime Ann Arborite this new location would be on campus?! The other Ann Arbor location has one of the most varied menus in town both in terms of food and prices.