A French restaurant downtown is diversifying its capabilities and offerings.
A new bakery and coffee shop is open on the city’s West Side.
A trio of family members have opened a Bosnian-inspired restaurant in town that promises to “never leave your belly empty.”
A displaced vegetarian cafe is finding new roots.
Holland may be caught in winter’s clutch, but its growers still have plenty of fruits and vegetables to sell.
New Holland Brewing is unleashing a rare offering.
Beer City’s brewers are emptying their cellars for a month-long celebration of craft beer and food.
A Michigan coffee company is branching out into the city’s West Side.
At Sapporo Ramen & Noodle Bar, chef and co-owner Patrick Rubley wants you to start with the hakata modern — a bowl of ramen in a gorgeous pork bone broth (tonkotsu) that takes 12-18 hours to simmer.
A taste of Japan has rolled onto Michigan Street.