Enjoy dinner by the river in the North Monroe neighborhood. Linear opened Wednesday night at the new Rivers Edge apartment complex, at 1001 Monroe Ave.
Ever since Trimell Hawkins started spending time with his grandmother in her kitchen, cooking has been an important part of his life. As he grew up, Hawkins noticed he always ended up being the chef for his friends because he loved to entertain.
Almond ’Bout That Bass, Join the Movemint, Tara-Misu — these are just a few of the colorful names Tara VanWagoner gives to her homemade ice cream flavors.
erched on the corner of Lake Dr. and Robinson Road, Fruition is ready to serve up acai bowls, fruit smoothies and green juices. You can also find bagels, avocado toast and wraps to tame your appetite.
You’ve no doubt seen the laughing, smiling faces of Grand Rapids Beer Trolley passengers embarking and disembarking at bars across the city. Now, Grand Rapids Beer Trolley is expanding with a fun new way to tour the city’s craft breweries.
Without the expansive homebrewing industry in West Michigan, it’s unlikely the Grand Rapids brewing scene would be as robust and internationally known as it is today.
As the beer world shrinks with breweries on every corner, it’s more important than ever for the industry to also expand its world.
Love’s Ice Cream is expanding to include chocolates and candy confections.
In the April print issue of Grand Rapids Magazine, we ran a piece on places to satisfy your late-night munchies, like Lucky Luciano’s Pizza, Menna’s Joint and Yesterdog. But with so many late-night options in town we couldn’t include them all in the piece. Instead, we’ve added a few more of our favorites below for the next time you’re cruising for food after 10 p.m.
The former Crooked Goose restaurant in Standale is reopening this week as Stan Diego Baja Taco Kitchen. Renovations began in December to transform the space, at 355 Wilson Ave. NW, into a 130-seat taqueria with […]