Long Road Distillers is giving you another reason to get out of bed on Sunday morning. After expanding its kitchen in May, Long Road has updated its brunch menu to include several more items.
A new vendor has moved into the Downtown Market. Pho 616 opened on Friday morning in the Market Hall.
Emily Griffen describes her background as bizarre, noting she is a former competitive Thai fighter who spent four years traveling the world and participating in martial arts competitions and then became an entrepreneur that makes bloody mary mixes.
Kids aren’t the only ones going back-to-school in September. The Grand Rapids Public Museum (GRPM) is hosting its Beer Explorer’s Back-to-Beer-School program, which will highlight beers from six local breweries.
Gray Skies Distillery is giving Sunday brunch a try beginning this weekend with Cocktails & Tacos.
Chef Peter Davidson has been overseeing the Vander Mill kitchen for less than a month, but he is already incorporating some new ideas into the cider-maker’s food menu, with plans for a bigger overhaul later this year.
Atwater Brewing in Grand Rapids is getting ready to host its first Oktoberfest.
Pretty soon you’ll be able to get your favorite Harmony Brewing Company pizza and beer delivered to your front door.
On Thursday, the Happy Cat Café opened its doors downtown, creating a purrfect spot for lovers of both coffee and cats.
Creston Brewery opened a year ago and quickly became a neighborhood hotspot. This week, the brewery, located in the Creston Business District at 1504 Plainfield Ave. NE, celebrates its one-year anniversary, culminating in an outdoor celebration on Saturday in conjunction with the Best of Creston Festival.