Selma Cafe

Selma Cafe is a local-foods breakfast salon, offering a gathering place for friends and community to imagine and create a growing vibrant and sustainable regional food economy – every Friday morning in the Westside Ann Arbor home of Lisa Gottlieb & Jeff McCabe,  at 722 Soule Blvd, 48103. We usually have 150 to over 200 folks each week, hungry for a scrumptious meal from our regional bounty, and the community that brings this together.  Selma Cafe operates through a fiscal partnership with the FSEP – the Food Systems Economic Partnership which provides 501c3 non-profit status. This week’s menu:

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Selma Cafe  is:

  • a hub, a center, a heart of the many ongoing efforts to improve our lives through community building, free access to affordable, healthy foods and the fostering of right-livelihood in vocations with meaning and purpose
  • every Friday morning at the home of Lisa Gottlieb and Jeff McCabe
  • a celebration of seasonal, local ingredients from the abundance of what our region has to offer
  • a community, building the next stage of our local-foods infrastructure
  • founded on the principals of openness, inclusiveness and transparency. We seek your help in building the tools and organizational structure to maintain these organizing principles.
  • a source of funding for building new local-foods infrastructure.

Sound like something you want to help manifest? email us

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