A local developer hopes to bring a grocery store to a Grand Rapids neighborhood.
An “urban barbecue” restaurant that offers gluten-free and vegan options has opened in town.
We’ve put together an itinerary for a weekend getaway in Grand Rapids — or a staycation if you want to experience your city like a tourist.
This is the seventh year of Lamp Light Music Festival, the independently organized, artist-run music festival in the Eastown neighborhood, but it marks the first year the event will not be held in a house-show setting.
Harmony Brewing in Eastown opens its new indoor/outdoor beer garden today.
It is an absolute fact that a die-hard customer camped out at Rebel’s front door to be the first person in line to shop at the new store.
erched on the corner of Lake Dr. and Robinson Road, Fruition is ready to serve up acai bowls, fruit smoothies and green juices. You can also find bagels, avocado toast and wraps to tame your appetite.
The life of a candle shop owner means your trash never smells bad.
“I mean literally, it never stinks,” says Jill Bromley-Sung, owner of Wax Poetic Candle Bar, who also comes away smelling pretty nice herself.
Matchbox Diner and Drinks owner and executive chef Eric Chaitin knows the Grand Rapids food scene better than most. Originally from the North Shore of Chicago, he served as the executive chef at Rose’s on Reeds Lake and later at the Watermark Country Club. He’s since snapped up West Michigan favorites like Ottawa Beach Inn in Holland and the dockside Mermaid Bar and Grill in Saugatuck.
The Uptown neighborhood in Grand Rapids is getting ready for the holidays with a special shopping event on Thursday.