The market is a grocery store in addition to being a full-service butcher. It manages to stock the selection of a much larger store in a tiny building. The prices are average, generally in line with Busch's and usually a bit cheaper than Sparrow Meat and Produce.
The entrance is around the back next to the parking lot, on the north side of the building. The entrance and interior were renovated in 2011.
Ray Knight bought the former Ty's Market on the corner of Spring and Miller in 1952. His daughter, Sherry Knight Bedolla, took over operating the market in 2009. You can often find her behind the counter.
In 2012, the Knights won approval from Ann Arbor city council for a 1,200-square-foot addition plus an expansion and reconfiguration of the parking lot. The project also includes plans to convert the house adjacent to the market on Spring Street into a commercial kitchen or bakery. The kitchen would be used to make prepared foods that would be sold out of the market and the Knight family's restaurants in Ann Arbor and Jackson.
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In the news
Ray Knight, founder of Ann Arbor's Knight's Steakhouse and Knight's Market, dies at 84 – AnnArbor.com, Feb. 18, 2013
Knight's Market expansion wins final approval from Ann Arbor City Council – AnnArbor.com, Sept. 5, 2012
Knight’s Market Expansion Gets Final OK – The Ann Arbor Chronicle, Sept. 4, 2012
Knight's Market expansion headed to Ann Arbor City Council for approval – AnnArbor.com, June 20, 2012
Knight’s Market Project Moves to Council – The Ann Arbor Chronicle, June 19, 2012
Knight's Market Plan Draws Neighbor Interest – The Ann Arbor Chronicle, June 1, 2012
Knight's Steakhouse owners want to expand prepared foods business on Miller Avenue – AnnArbor.com, March 6, 2012
Knight's Gambit: A daughter takes over the family market – Ann Arbor Observer, May 2009
Knights' 'Hood – Local in Ann Arbor, April 22, 2009