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A Recipe For Downtown

Addi Hinesman

With downtown Ann Arbor filled with all types of food restaurants, we can imagine it can be challenging to choose what to wear. Here is Addi Hinesman and Morgan McClease’s guide on what to wear when dining downtown.



Located in Kerrytown, Monahan’s seafood market is a staple restaurant at CHS. From their fish and chips to the $4.50 fries, Monahans is typically a more casual setting. Think jeans and a T-shirt, sneakers, or even sweats.


  • H&M Rib-Knit Top
  • Thrifted Brown Corduroy
  • Black Adidas Sambas
  • Engraved Heart Chair Pendant Necklace
  • Target Diamond Studs
  • Target Pear Studs
  • H&M Gold Hoops





EAT, also located in Kerrytown, is open for lunch, dinner and brunch. When going to EAT your outfit can be equipped for a more casual setting. Jeans and a shirt or even a nicer top would be the perfect attire for dining at EAT. 


  • H&M Rib-Knit Sweater
  • PacSun John Galt Heart Necklace
  • White Nike Air Force 1
  • PacSun Eco Medium Blue Low Rise Baggy Jeans







You’re out on the town looking for a place to dine. On State Street, Sava’s is the place to go. When dressing for Sava’s you can wear anything from a nice top and jeans to a casual dress with sneakers or heels. 


  • H&M Ribbed Jersey Dress
  • H&M Lettuce Trim Crew Socks
  • Black Adidas Sambas
  • Engraved Circle Chain Pendant Necklace







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Addi Hinesman, Web Editor-in-Chief
Addi is in her senior year at Community High School, and this is her fourth year on staff. She is starting her second year as a Web Editor-in-Chief and is more than excited to take on whatever comes her way. Addi loves orange cars, drinking boba tea, getting food with friends and farmers market flowers. When she isn't busy doing homework, she is occupied with her even busier dance schedule. Going into her final year at Community High School, Addi is hoping to make the most of it!
Morgan McClease, Social Media Editor-in-Chief
Morgan McClease is a senior and is entering her 4th year on staff and 2nd year as a social media EIC. In her free time, she enjoys reading, listening to music, and watching really bad 2000s TV shows and movies. When not at school you can find her at the dance studio or working at Sweetwaters making all kinds of drinks, her personal favorite is an apple cinnamon oat milk latte. She is very excited for her final year on staff and can't wait to see what is in store for The Communicator!

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