It’s almost time for the Grand Rapids International Wine, Beer & Food Festival.
With January’s slow, nothing-to-celebrate slump settling in, I was looking for an experience to set the tone for the new year ahead. I craved a getaway or staycation that catered to exciting the senses—something my husband and I could enjoy together in our own town, on our own time.
The French bistro inside a downtown hotel has been re-imagined.
The owner of a seafood emporium and a butcher shop inside the Grand Rapids Downtown Market is planning a restaurant concept.
A sandwich shop on the city’s West Side has won the 2019 Grandwich contest.
Chef Clark Frain is excited to bring contemporary Italian cuisine, including crudo offerings, which means raw in Italian, to downtown Grand Rapids.
Whether you are trying something new like tallarines y chorizo (homemade chorizo sautéed with lo mien noodles and baked with queso fresco) or you want a more typical taco, chef Tony Craig said at Georgina’s you’ll find “comfort food.”
New restaurant cracks the code (and eggs) on breakfast.
A husband-and-wife team has closed their Greek restaurant in a Grand Rapids neighborhood.
Chef Tom Pugh ate his way through Charleston, South Carolina – the heart of low country cuisine - to ensure the authenticity of his newest venture.
Pho (pronounced fuh) is a traditional Vietnamese soup made with broth, noodles, spices and herbs, and meat — beef or chicken primarily.
New restaurant Roam promises to take your taste buds on a journey around the world.
Café de Miro offers a taste of Kurdish culture.
Nearly 40 local vendors will be on hand at a showcase of the region’s best food and drinks.
Get ready to savor the splendor of French cuisine right here in Grand Rapids. JW Marriott’s restaurant, six.one.six, is transforming into a French bistro with new menu offerings of curated French cuisine.
Slow down for an evening at Bowdie’s Chophouse.
A new downtown eatery is popping up in a major development.
The new Rendezvous bar at Amway Grand Plaza has quickly become a hot spot since opening two weeks ago.
Ever since Trimell Hawkins started spending time with his grandmother in her kitchen, cooking has been an important part of his life. As he grew up, Hawkins noticed he always ended up being the chef for his friends because he loved to entertain.