FOOD + DRINK
A pizza place and a Lebanese restaurant announced over the weekend that they are closing their doors.
A poll revealed 31% of Michiganders are planning a prolonged period of alcohol-filled festivities after the end of the pandemic.
Grand Rapids-based Roast Umber is funding the growth of its product line and expansion of distribution with capital raised from community investors.
Grand Rapids has no shortage of beer for enthusiasts, but for those with a gluten allergy, it can feel like wandering through a desert with nothing to drink.
Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes is giving customers a chance to win boxes of its new basketball-themed cereal autographed by NBA Hall of Famer Shaquille O’Neal.
There is a new burger shack in town, and it is living up to its name: Hall of Fame Burgers.
Grand Rapids enjoys a plethora of small markets offering everything from everyday items to specialty foods not easily found anywhere else in the city.
At just 17, Taylor Kyle is balancing both life as a senior at East Kentwood High School and as a business owner of the recently opened Eastown Cereal Café.
Korean-inspired and female-owned Kaffeine Place recently opened along the iconic “Medical Mile.”
Jersey Mike’s fans can eat a sub and help a hospital next week.
This pesto packs a nutrient punch.