Here at the University of Michigan, we spend countless hours in the Undergraduate Library, more commonly known as the Ugli. On days when we are swamped with work, we have no choice but to continue studying through both meal and snack times. Bert’s, located on the first floor of the Ugli, is a student-run café that offers a unique and on-the-go dining experience. Below is an overview of what you didn’t know about your favorite library café.
For Those in Need of a Meal:
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For those who are pressed for time, Bert’s sells fulfilling lunch and dinner meals: salads, paninis, wraps, burritos and more. Berts’ most underrated meal, however, is the irresistible hummus and veggie wrap, paired with its nutritious chickpea salad. You can’t go wrong with these exotic and tasty options. Are you a quinoa lover? Click here for how to best prepare this trendy, nutritious ingredient. Also, check out our take on unique panini wraps.
For the Early-Bird & Late-Night Snackers:
The smaller population of students that arrive at Bert’s at early hours of the morning, and stay until the later hours of the night, have the privilege of experiencing some of the café’s tastiest treats. Berts’ most underrated early-morning snacks are freshly baked croissants, donuts and scones. Even better are late-night snacks such as caffeinated baked goods, including mocha espresso cookies and chocolate chip brownies. Click here for other underrated late-night hot spots in Ann Arbor.
For Those Needing to Get Their Study Juices Flowing:
Having a hard time delving into your work? Bert’s sells nutritious juice options for a healthy and productive day at the library. Try Aloe Vera Juice or even Zico, a delicious coconut water that will cure last night’s hangover.
For Those in Search of Something New:
There are multiple items that are new on the Bert’s menu. First is its nutritious yogurt parfait, consisting of vanilla yogurt, low fat granola and fruit. Second is its fruit cup, consisting of strawberries, pineapple and more. Last is its new and improved vegetable cup: a tasty combination of carrots, broccoli, and fresh red peppers.
Still hungry? Check out the Ultimate U of M Food Guide.