FOOD + DRINK
Restaurants are hurting under the COVID-19 pandemic, but businesses are looking for creative ways to safely get food in the hands of customers.
A West Michigan distiller earned top honors at a global competition.
A West Michigan cidery is offering curbside pickup.
Though restaurants have scrambled to convert their businesses to carryout-only service, most of them say they will not be able to stay afloat for long — even the restaurants that have predominantly relied on carryout service for the majority of their revenue.
Those who are self-quarantining at home still can find their favorite pub burgers and support local businesses during a state of emergency.
A local bar is offering free meals to recently downsized workers with the support of a variety of community funders.
I was impressed with Cooper's Hawk winery despite it being a national chain.
The Mitten Brewing Company gears up for the season with Peanuts and Crackerjack beer.
Forty Pearl brings a taste of Up North to the city.
Pistachio-crusted salmon with arugula citrus salad is “a relatively simple recipe that should impress your guests.”
Café de Miro offers a taste of Kurdish culture.