"Butcher’s Union is a place where you can get a square meal and a stiff drink at an affordable price.”
Two more locations of a restaurant chain known for serving “spicy New Orleans-style chicken” are coming to the area.
Jonny B'z is making way for a new restaurant.
Atwater Brewery has released Forgotten Harvest Ale, which pays homage to its partnership with Forgotten Harvest, an organization that delivers 138,000 pounds of food per day to area charities.
The former Russo’s International Market is gone, but if the new tenants have their say, it will not be forgotten.
This weekend the West Michigan Whitecaps are saying goodbye to a legend as the Fifth Third Burger is retired.
Creative Dining Services is using the month of March to educate individuals on the “good fat,” not low fat dietary approach.
Drinks with a skyline view are now available in Grand Rapids with the opening of Haute at New Hotel Mertens. The rooftop opens at 4 p.m. today.
It’s lunchtime, but it’s cold, wet and rainy outside. You’re craving some authentic Mexican restaurant food, but you just don’t don’t want to leave the cozy confines of your car.
The sidewalk crates at Bridge Street Market—each wooden, weathered and about the size of a golf cart—were empty last week, but labeled with playful drawings in advance of the store’s grand opening, which was held on Wednesday.
A franchisee of a national coffee and doughnut chain purchased a former Checkers location in Comstock Park and plans to open a location on the site.
Coinciding with Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day, Olga’s Kitchen is opening grant applications to support women entrepreneurs in Michigan.
A winery has opened a tasting room in an old service station in the region.
A new health-minded shake shop has opened in town.
Aaron Van Timmeren, head chef at Bistro Bella Vita, said there was a time when the Grand Rapids Griffins would play and the restaurant would be dead. Now on game nights, Bistro Bella Vita is packed - as it is most other nights of the week when something is going on in downtown Grand Rapids.
One ticket gets you four parties at another Ballroom Bashes celebration this New Year's Eve.
Sweet and savory chips for a psychedelic good time.
A new brewery in the area is embracing the great outdoors.
Wow! What a year. 2018 feels like it lasted about 10 years—so long that you probably forgot that the Winter Olympics, the hottest debate (was it Yanny or Laurel?) and IHOB (likely the dumbest call for attention ever) were all JUST THIS YEAR.
A new café is aiming to give employment opportunities to people with disabilities.