A 50-year-old restaurant is celebrating its birthday with a customer and employee appreciation event next month.
Grand Rapids Public Schools’ Nutrition Services Department is sponsoring the United States Department of Agriculture-funded Summer Meals Program to provide free meals to children in Grand Rapids this summer.
A Caribbean-inspired restaurant in the heart of Grand Rapids closed down.
The Byron Center-based grocery retailer and distributor SpartanNash is expanding the benefits available for its Fast Lane subscribers.
A sushi supplier to Ferris State University is making an impact providing meals to orphans and employing refugees from Myanmar.
A fast-casual version of Olga’s Kitchen opened Friday in Alpine Township.
The Downtown Holland Social District, which will be open daily from 11 a.m.-11 p.m., launched Friday.
Fans of waffles, cocktails and coffee — particularly all three at once — will have a new brunch hangout this fall.
United Church Outreach Ministry is offering a wide range of Michigan-grown fruits and vegetables at a reduced price to neighbors on the southwest side of Grand Rapids.
After being live for about a week, Rockford Brewing Company’s Kickstarter campaign to engage the community with its restoration of the historic 1866 building is now complete.
SpartanNash selected Douglas Hacker as chair of its board of directors.
The city of Grand Rapids combined the existing downtown social district areas — also known as “refreshment areas” — into one to streamline operations and simplify the boundaries for businesses and visitors.
The Kentwood Farmers Market will return for its seventh season, starting Thursday and ending Aug. 26.
The Michigan Association of United Ways and Kellogg Company are hosting a “Summer Stock Up” food drive in partnership with 24 United Way chapters across the state.
Updates to Michigan’s Industrial Hemp Growers Act are giving hemp farmers and growers more latitude to expand.
The owners of a longtime Monroe North restaurant and bar are planning to add a location in Ada this fall.
After a year hiatus, the Grand Rapids International Wine, Beer & Food Festival announced its 2021 dates.
A new pizzeria, distillery and brewery will open inside a historic building in downtown Rockford following an extensive restoration.
Taste of Muskegon is gearing up to host the first of its two major events this year with the unveiling of a tour map of restaurants and food trucks countywide.
Authentic French sweet and savory cuisine is now front and center at the Grand Rapids Downtown Market.