Grove head chef Jeremy Paquin said a desire to “cook for more people” is behind the farm-to-table restaurant’s decision to begin offering lunch Monday through Saturday.
From the Grand Rapids Magazine August 2018 issue. Available on newsstands now or via subscription. Foodies, rejoice! Grand Rapids’ ninth annual Restaurant Week, held by Experience Grand Rapids, will run for 12 days this month, kicking […]
If you think you know Mexican food, think again. MeXo brings pre-Hispanic, Mesoamerican cuisine (think before the arrival of the Spanish conquistadors to Mexico) to Grand Rapids in a way that still says 2018.
Ever since Trimell Hawkins started spending time with his grandmother in her kitchen, cooking has been an important part of his life. As he grew up, Hawkins noticed he always ended up being the chef for his friends because he loved to entertain.
Get ready to savor the splendor of French cuisine right here in Grand Rapids. JW Marriott’s restaurant, six.one.six, is transforming into a French bistro with new menu offerings of curated French cuisine.
The doors are open and the grill is lit at Garage Bar & Grill’s new Godwin Height’s location.
New restaurant Roam promises to take your taste buds on a journey around the world.
For Grand Rapids, Easter isn’t just a holiday weekend; it’s a sign that spring is coming. Say goodbye to snow tires and parkas and say hello to t-shirts and tulips (we’re looking at you, Holland). To help usher in equinox, we’ve compiled some of the tastiest Easter brunches for April 1 – and believe us, brunch isn’t something we joke about.
After three years in Lowell, Main Street BBQ is opening its second location and there may be others to follow.
When Marie Catrib’s announced changes to its winter hours of operation last fall – closing at 4 p.m. instead of 8 p.m. – the response was mixed, with some patrons disappointed they’d no longer be able to stop in for dinner and others congratulating the restaurant on the decision.