Zingerman's Delicatessen has been sating Ann Arbor's hunger pangs with big sandwiches and Jewish favorites since 1982, attracting not just long lines but also notable customers like President Barak Obama. The renovated space seats 600 across the two floors, yet it always seems full at the meat and cheese counter. Breads are baked on premises, and used in sandwiches that are to die-for. If you're only getting one, go for a Reuben. If you'd rather not eat with your hands, order the matzo ball soup. Either way, you'll quickly see what the fuss is about.