Experience Grand Rapids is taking Restaurant Week to a new level to incentivize the community in supporting recovering local food businesses.
If you’re looking for a way to celebrate and support Black-owned food establishments in Grand Rapids, we have some great resources for you.
Taste of Muskegon, which wrapped up its 14th festival Sunday, announced its Taste Plate Award winners.
Bell’s Brewery announced it joined the Black is Beautiful initiative, an effort to help bring awareness to the injustices people of color face daily.
Kellogg’s is combining two of its most popular cereal brands into one box to offer consumers “the best of both worlds.”
Grand Rapids coffee shop Corridor Coffee was sold to individual investors Katie Sargent and Alyx Schroeder.
A local couple’s vegan meat business received U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) organic certification.
The Lemon Bowl is a great local source for recipes.
Founders Brewing Co. announced Oktoberfest, a Märzen-style lager brewed using imported German malts and hops, which will arrive later this summer.
Soak up the summer sun.
A downtown Grand Rapids fine dining restaurant and cocktail bar is reopening this weekend.
Cocktail infusion kits make mixing drinks easy.
City Built Brewing Company is debuting a new takeout and delivery pop-up restaurant called Li Grand Zombi.
The second location of a brunch concept by Meritage Hospitality Group opened last week.
Try this cocktail on a warm summer afternoon.
Brewery Vivant announced it will reopen its doors Wednesday with limited seating as restrictions relating to COVID-19 begin to lift.
The West Michigan Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is working with several Latinx-owned businesses to help them prepare for a delayed reopening of dine-in services.
A cheese, charcuterie and beverage business within the Grand Rapids Downtown Market is reopening its patio and kicking off an expansion of its total footprint.
A new limited-edition Pringles chip flavor features a taste of Wendy’s.
Despite canceled concerts, festivals and events, a few of the city’s food trucks continue serving customers safely.