Lauded by weekend warriors everywhere, brunch has become more than just a meal. It’s an experience, an ordeal, an event. It’s not a stumble-out-of-bed kind of meal – no, here in Grand Rapids, it’s an Instagram occasion and a foodie sensation.
A family with 160 years of apple orchard history is slowly building a hard cider brand.
A locally made gin, which has been named best in the world, is making its second appearance this week.
Chef Keith Bryant came to his craft early. As a youngster, living in Ohio, Bryant said he watched his uncles “break down venison,” using all parts of the animal to make “unique and delicious dishes.”
Grab a fork and get ready to dig into some delectable local fare. The seventh annual Local First Fork Fest event takes place on Thursday.
Some men might not want to admit stopping into their parents’ house on a regular basis for a home cooked meal, but Ty Nguyen said he regularly goes to his parents’ house for lunch and dinner.
On the West Side of Grand Rapids sits “a mom-and-pop shop with a twist,” as co-owner, Sylene Wilkining described it.
The buzzing never stops at Grand Valley State University’s two apiaries as bees from 13 hives constantly churn out honey.
New Holland Brewing’s Knickerbocker and the Grand Rapids Fire Department collaborated on a new project that brings together beer and the Great Lakes Burn Camp.
Whether it’s the buzz of creative conversations or the actual buzz from the caffeine, I always feel more productive at a coffee shop. Since Grand Rapid experiences nine months of colder weather, it’s a true java hotspot; there’s nothing better than a steaming cup of craft coffee on a crisp fall day, amirite?