A fast-casual version of Olga’s Kitchen opened Friday in Alpine Township.
Fans of waffles, cocktails and coffee — particularly all three at once — will have a new brunch hangout this fall.
Rockford Brewing Company’s Kickstarter campaign to engage the community with its restoration of the historic 1866 building is now complete.
Chesley Thorn launched her business on a whim in the middle of the pandemic after being furloughed from her corporate sales job
United Church Outreach Ministry is offering a wide range of Michigan-grown fruits and vegetables at a reduced price to neighbors on the southwest side of Grand Rapids.
Mokaya, a Grand Rapids chocolatier known for high-tier chocolates, partnered with a South American producer on a unique product.
Zenned Out Kombucha is a raw and unfiltered version of the popular drink created by Matt Hoff and Kyle Manning.
Pux Cider Taphouse brings heirloom apples to the table.
Appreciate American culture and cuisine with these diners.
The Muskegon Summer Wine Up on Saturday will include food and wine pairings from a number of Muskegon-area restaurants and a food truck.
Wise Men Distillery of Kentwood recently opened a new tasting room in the heart of downtown Grand Rapids, at 146 Monroe Center NW in the McKay Tower.
Pop-Tarts is calling all dessert-for-breakfast lovers with three new toaster pastry flavors inspired by some of America’s favorite sweet treats.
There's a love story behind One Stop Coney Shop.
Pringles is introducing its next limited-edition chip flavor.
The Salvation Army of Kent County will deliver 35 dozen doughnuts Friday to thank first responders for their work in the community.
The Grand Rapids Downtown Market will highlight a selection of dipped foods from its vendors every day this month as part of “Dip Days.”
Kevin VanderMeer has been in the culinary business for more than 36 years. Today, his catering business is smoking.
The second annual Muskegon Summer Wine Up will include 10 seminars on a variety of wine-related topics June 12 at Hackley Park in downtown Muskegon.
Kellogg and Little Debbie are joining forces to transform a childhood treat into a cereal.
According to a survey from Rehabs.com, 70% of Michiganders believe that bar and restaurant operating hours should be extended to help businesses financially recover from the hits they’ve taken during the pandemic, compared to the national average of 57%.