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.
In the April print issue of Grand Rapids Magazine, we ran a piece on places to satisfy your late-night munchies, like Lucky Luciano’s Pizza, Menna’s Joint and Yesterdog. But with so many late-night options in town we couldn’t include them all in the piece. Instead, we’ve added a few more of our favorites below for the next time you’re cruising for food after 10 p.m.
Dancing, comedy, food & drinks, this weekend Grand Rapids has something for everyone to enjoy, even those of you who’d rather stay home and read a book on your Saturday night.
The up and coming Burly Bison Bakery is whipping up treats just like Grandma used to make . . . if food allergies were a thing back in her day.
Bartenders from eight Grand Rapids bars and restaurants will compete for the title of “best bartender.”
Mt. Wing-Suvius, the Wing Ring Volcano scored the most votes in the annual fan food favorite contest and will be available at the West Michigan Whitecaps home opener on April 5.
Grand Rapids’ newest happy hour also includes a chance to learn about the cocktails you’re sipping.
There are two types of people. Those who are here, and those that WANT to be here.
Women At Risk International, otherwise known as WAR International, is an organization that recovers victims of human trafficking and employs them.
What would you like to be eating this summer as the Whitecaps take the field? Now is your chance to have a say in the newest item on the concession food menu.