An “urban barbecue” restaurant has closed after being open for five months.
A new "superfood café" has found a space in the city.
A second "Detroit-style" pizza restaurant is in the works for West Michigan.
A “patriotic”-themed barbecue chain that gives back to “America’s heroes” is opening a Grand Rapids location this month.
A West Michigan brewery is going out of business.
A “casual pub” serving American-style food is hosting a grand opening this week in downtown Grand Rapids.
The Taste of East Grand Rapids is this week.
A Southern restaurant and bar has signed a lease to occupy the ground floor of a downtown Grand Rapids hotel development.
A “fine dining” Indian restaurant will open soon in downtown Grand Rapids.
A local market is closing after almost 115 years in business.
The brothers behind a Thai restaurant at the Grand Rapids Downtown Market are expanding to sell more bubble tea.
A new downtown eatery is popping up in a major development.
One of the city’s oldest establishments has secured county approval to legally allow dogs on its patio.
A husband-and-wife team has closed their Greek restaurant in a Grand Rapids neighborhood.
A sandwich shop on the city’s West Side has won the 2019 Grandwich contest.
At Sapporo Ramen & Noodle Bar, chef and co-owner Patrick Rubley wants you to start with the hakata modern — a bowl of ramen in a gorgeous pork bone broth (tonkotsu) that takes 12-18 hours to simmer.
Two hours before dinner service commences, Cygnus 27 chef de cuisine Stephan VanHeulen has deftly inspected the kitchen, marveling at the diver scallops — gorgeous, pearly pink and way more substantial than anything you can buy at a supermarket; smelling the exhilarating earthiness of the fluffy hen-of-the-woods, royal trumpet and white beech mushrooms; and tasting the whipped root vegetable purée. But it’s the massive octopus with eight tentacles, a dangerously delicious beast, that stopped him in his tracks.
If you fondly remember eating dinners off of TV trays while settled into the family room couch watching the evening's sitcoms, you’re going to love the newest addition to the Heritage Hill neighborhood.
One of the best parts of traveling is trying the cuisines of other places. But for many people the ability to travel is limited. Stefan Nava said that is one of the inspirations behind Danzón Cubano.
A local husband and wife team has brought traditional Greek food to Grand Rapids. Eklectico Greek Kouzina, located in Alger Heights, has always been a dream of Andreas Papangelopoulos and his wife, Nicole Thrasher-Papangelopoulos.
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