"Honest eats from the burbs" is the tagline for a new Ada-based cafe called Saburba.
According to Sarah Andro, one of the food-loving founders of the venture, the concept is to make "honest food" accessible for busy individuals and families.
"My partners and I love food, and I have been working in the area for the last several years," Andro says. "There are no places to easily get good food, so we created a place where it is easier to get fast, healthy alternatives." The current menu features a variety of food styles with a focus on Michigan-sourced ingredients.
Andro and her team are veterans of the local food scene, with various members having stints with The Winchester, The Green Well, Martha's Vineyard and Ninth Bridge Market.
Saburba, which is a branding mashup of Andro's initials (SA) and the word "suburbs," currently employs a seven-person team. The restaurant is open Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. and features a special donut and coffee service on Saturday mornings. Saburba also has a catering service available.
To learn more about Saburba, you can visit their site here
or Facebook page here.
Source: Sarah Andro, Saburba
Writer: John Rumery, Innovation and Job News Editor