When you only have three months of summer (in a good year), it’s critical to take every opportunity to enjoy the sunshine and warm weather. What better way to soak up summer than dining al fresco?
Turns out Thursday Oct. 4 is National Taco Day. Head to one of the places below and fill your plate with tacos in celebration.
It’s time to rev up your taste buds and tie on a bib — voting has begun for the best Grand Rapids-made sandwich.
With cold weather upon us, there’s no better time to enjoy a steaming hot cup of tea to warm the soul. Whether you’re looking for a place to sit down and relax or just need to restock your tea collection, there are plenty of tea specialists to visit around Grand Rapids.
After three years in Lowell, Main Street BBQ is opening its second location and there may be others to follow.
A trio of family members have opened a Bosnian-inspired restaurant in town that promises to “never leave your belly empty.”
A French restaurant downtown is diversifying its capabilities and offerings.
Grand Rapids Magazine's November 2018 issue offered up a list of the "Top 5 Places to Get Cookies." But what about vegan cookies? Here's a list of GR|MAG's top four places to score the tastiest vegan cookies in town.
National Hamburger Day is coming up on May 28, and nothing says summertime like a big, juicy hamburger. GR|Mag has rounded up a list of 14 delicious burger offerings from local restaurants to help you celebrate this favorite menu item.
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.
While it’s not the first restaurant to offer poke bowls in Grand Rapids, Wikiwiki Poke Shop is the first to put the popular Hawaiian cuisine front and center on its menu.
The “big house on the hill” in Grand Rapids' East Hills neighborhood is getting a new happy hour destination.
A pizza chain from the state’s east side has opened its first West Michigan location.
Have you heard the buzz around town? Your daily grind is about to get a lot more brew-tiful with Mayan Buzz Café opening inside the new Bridge Street Market this week.
You can enjoy your next charcuterie plate, oysters on the half shell or other delicious French cuisine with a skyline view. New Hotel Mertens announced that it has opened a rooftop lounge, Haute at New Hotel Mertens.
Matt Overdevest grew up in the central valley of California, an area abundant with agriculture, so maybe it’s not a surprise that he pursued a career as a chef.
The husband-and-wife owners of a Sicilian pizza place that just re-opened on the city’s West Side are also opening a restaurant next door.
Seven flavors made by Hudsonville Ice Cream will soon be available in a new size.
A new grocery store is about to be unveiled in Ada Village.
A wine and restaurant company is planning its first West Michigan location.