There's a new "retro-themed" bar in downtown Grand Rapids.
A West Michigan-based steakhouse chain has opened a location in a suburb of Grand Rapids.
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.
Slow down for an evening at Bowdie’s Chophouse.
New restaurant Roam promises to take your taste buds on a journey around the world.
Pastry chef Annie Paul whips up tasty treats.
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.
The French bistro inside a downtown hotel has been re-imagined.
A second "Detroit-style" pizza restaurant is in the works for West Michigan.
Personal chef Jason McClearen has created a multifaceted food business.
A Southern restaurant and bar has signed a lease to occupy the ground floor of a downtown Grand Rapids hotel development.
A local bakery is now offering delivery during breakfast and lunch hours.
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.
New restaurant cracks the code (and eggs) on breakfast.
Located just north of Monument Park at the intersection of Fulton Street and Division Avenue in downtown Grand Rapids is Osteria Rossa, winner of Grand Rapids Magazine’s Best New Restaurant in 2015 and a Restaurant of the Year recipient in 2016.
The first thing you see when you enter Littlebird is the bar.
A “superfood café” is about to open in Grand Rapids.
Downtown is getting a new place that will blend Korean barbecue with karaoke.
Chef Clark Frain is excited to bring contemporary Italian cuisine, including crudo offerings, which means raw in Italian, to downtown Grand Rapids.
A tavern serving up American cuisine has opened downtown.