GR|MAG’s print sibling has a list of “Grand Rapids’ Top 5 Places to Watch the Game” this month. We thought we’d add a few of our own suggestions to the list.
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.
Whether you are vegan or vegetarian or just interested in how to eat a healthy plant-based diet, Grand Rapids VegFest is for you. Taking place on Sunday, Oct. 7 from 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the DeltaPlex, Grand Rapids VegFest features cooking demonstrations, speakers, a plethora of local vendors and, of course, food.
Looking for a way to celebrate International Coffee Day this Saturday? Your search is over! The coffee shops of Grand Rapids are rolling out seasonal beverages to help you celebrate your caffeine addiction and the changing seasons.
In a heartfelt post on Facebook yesterday, Fouad Catrib announced the closure of Marie Catrib’s restaurant after nearly 14 years in business.
Get ready to score some great deals Grand Rapids. The Grand Rapids Downtown Market turns five next week and it will celebrate by offering five days of deals.
This weekend the West Michigan Whitecaps are saying goodbye to a legend as the Fifth Third Burger is retired.
The Corner Bar in Rockford announced that it will reopen before the end of the month.
Picnics have always been a crowd pleaser for adults and children alike, and Michigan summers are too great to be spent laboring in the kitchen. So take it easy, get outside, and let these local vendors help you make the most of your experience.
When you’re in the mood to treat yourself this summer, there’s only one solution—ice cream.