Beer garden, lawn games part of proposed new restaurant for Ann Arbor area

ANN ARBOR, MI — A new restaurant will bring family fun to Ann Arbor, according to recently submitted plans.

The Sam Hill Restaurant, 5827 Jackson Road in Ann Arbor, will include a full-service indoor restaurant, outdoor patio and beer garden, as well as an open lawn along nearby Honey Creek for family games, according to reports. plans recently submitted to Scio Township Planning. Commission.

Renovations to the site, which previously housed the Standard Bistro & Larder, include the addition of nearly 7,000 square feet of usable outdoor space in the form of brick pavers and an outdoor patio to the approximately 4,600 square feet of catering area.

Sam Hill will be open six to seven days a week, with tentative hours set from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., serving both lunch and dinner, according to plans. The beer garden is expected to be open April through October, with set hours of 3 p.m. to midnight Monday through Friday and noon to midnight Saturday and Sunday.

“The beer garden will be serviced by a fully equipped, self-contained outdoor bar structure, and customers will be able to order a special alfresco menu which will be prepared by the restaurant’s kitchen team and delivered to al fresco tables. “, submitted plans read. “On the lawn, guests can enjoy classic lawn games such as cornhole, bocce and giant Jenga with their families and friends alongside Honey Creek.”

The outdoor space will also include a stage, fire pits and a variety of seating areas, with the intention of hosting live music, DJs and other performances on weekends.

Although the plans were due to be presented to the Scio Township Planning Commission on May 9, the meeting was canceled due to technical difficulties. The plan will now be presented to the commission on May 16.

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