Since announcing our new second location in Ann Arbor, we’ve had some terrific and flattering stories written about our expansion. Here’s the first crop:
MLive: Birmingham’s Hunter House Hamburgers coming to downtown Ann Arbor
“…opening a location in Ann Arbor gives the restaurant some ability to expand its offerings; it will add a milkshake and malt station, and possibly a veggie burger or another vegetarian offering. But the core of the business — inexpensive hamburgers and cheeseburgers — will remain the focus.”
Michigan Daily: Hunter House to open new Ann Arbor location
“A Birmingham, Mich. burger spot that has caused food critics coast to coast to salivate is coming to Ann Arbor this spring.”
Concentrate: Beloved Birmingham hamburger house picks Ann Arbor for second location
“For more than 60 years, Hunter House Hamburgers has been a Metro Detroit favorite, serving oniony sliders from a white pill-box diner in Birmingham. After all that time, the small family restaurant has decided to expand, and downtown Ann Arbor will be the beneficiary of the decision.”
Big news! Hunter House Hamburgers is excited to announce that after 62 years we’re expanding. We’ll be opening our second location in downtown Ann Arbor this spring!
The new Hunter House will be located at 609 E William Street in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Check out the map below, and stroll by the storefront or stay tuned on our Facebook and Twitter pages for updates. In the meantime, when you’ve got the craving, come by original location in Birmingham for some oniony, slider goodness.
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Check out how much Chad loves our burgers in The Observer and Eccentric!
We’ve recently been getting a bunch of compliments from the local media. We thought we’d share them with the people we love most- our customers!
“Just 900 square feet big and crowded seating on no more than 30 stools and two high-top tables”, Hunter House Hamburgers is “acclaimed for its award-winning luscious sliders”. HH has an “Employee Specials board that lists eight delicious burger conconctions created by its workforce”.
- Detroit Jewish News, Danny Raskin, August 16, 2011
“A State-by-State Guide to 150 Great Burger Joints”
- George Motz, May, 2011
“Building A Better Burger”
“Hunter House is just a little hamburger place but a huge legend as it celebrates it’s upcoming 60th anniversary with tremendous pride. It’s known mostly for its luscious burgers (small patty of beef smashed thin, with grilled sweet onions, served on a soft, steamed bun), fries and thick milkshakes. Nationally noted celebrities appearing here make Hunter House a must-stop, especially when staying at downtown Birmingham’s Townsend Hotel, which highly recommends the diner to its customers.”
– Detroit Jewish News, Danny Raskin, November 4-10, 2010