The Cheesecake Factory is planning to open its first West Michigan location.
From the North Quarter to Heartside, we scoured Grand Rapids’ 10 neighborhoods for the best happy hours around. Regardless of where you work or live, there’s always somewhere to score cheap drinks and tasty bites.
Get your fix of fresh OJ with a twist of bubbly at one of these local brunch spots.
Pack the perfect picnic — with a little help.
Making Thyme Kitchen to the rescue.
A barbecue restaurant led by a national pit-smoking champion has opened on the lakeshore.
The second poke restaurant to open up in Grand Rapids, Poke Toki is providing a new take on poke (pronounced poke-kay) bowls by combining Korean, Japanese and Hawaiian flavors and cooking styles.
Where to dine when the snow starts falling.
After receiving a new hip, Damion Parker began thinking about making a career change. A security police officer for 13 years, Parker said he began considering that “carrying a gun, wearing a bulletproof vest, and being in potentially violent situations daily needed to change.”
The Mitten Brewing Company gears up for the season with Peanuts and Crackerjack beer.
A restaurant is bringing the heat of Nashville to Grand Rapids.
Sweet and savory chips for a psychedelic good time.
Studio Park has named a group of restaurants and retailers that will call the development in downtown Grand Rapids home.
Whether it’s the buzz of creative conversations or the actual buzz from the caffeine, I always feel more productive at a coffee shop. Since Grand Rapid experiences nine months of colder weather, it’s a true java hotspot; there’s nothing better than a steaming cup of craft coffee on a crisp fall day, amirite?
The former Pal’s Diner has been renamed Dan’s Diner and will reopen before the end of the month.
You no longer have to drive to Wyoming for the best tamales in the area.
GRCC student bakes up a new enterprise that’ll satisfy your sweet tooth.
Entrepreneur opens cheesesteak restaurant.
Intending to limit the environmental impact of packaging, a local family opened Proprietary in June 2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
A displaced vegetarian cafe is finding new roots.