History

The Aubree’s story begins in 1972, when Bill and Sandee French opened a little corner bar in Depot Town, Ypsilanti. Throughout the years, Aubree’s has grown into the full service restaurants we are today. We not only want to exceed your expectations of quality, service, and atmosphere, but our hope is to be deeply rooted into the community by being active in supporting local schools, charities, and organizations. Our community has helped shape who we are today, and will continue to determine who we are in the future.

Our goal is to provide top-quality meals at a reasonable price in a casual environment. We operate our restaurants with integrity and respect, and we do it in a personal way! Our customer needs are our top priorities. Our extensive menu includes gourmet pizza, fresh baked breads, salads, pub sandwiches, burgers, and other comforting entrees. For us, it will always be about combining gourmet flavors with the right balance of indulgence and nutrition. In this way, our guests can enjoy Aubree’s in a way that fits their mood and style of living.

Bill French Memorial Fund

Bill French, Founder of Aubree's Pizzeria, passed away May 10, 2015 after being diagnosed with a brain tumor last year. Bill was known for his love for the Ypsilanti community, generosity and dedication to his staff and his commitment and passion for his family. Bill created the cornerstone of the Aubree's organization and will forever be missed.

The Bill French Memorial Endowment Fund has been established to continue his legacy of support for charitable organizations that focus on improving the Ypsilanti Community. Donations to this fund can be made at www.aaacf.org/bill-french-memorial-fund