Hours of Happiness

Written by Josh Veal | Tuesday, 29 January 2019 13:47 |

Maybe you have the day off. Maybe you just dropped the kids off at soccer practice and need a break. Maybe you’re leaving work a little early for an afternoon “meeting.” Whatever the case, happy hour is there for you.

Hidden Gems: Creston

Written by Josh Veal | Thursday, 27 December 2018 14:32 |

Culinary treasures in a transforming neighborhood

Table Talk: Matt Overdevest, Marcona on Lyon

Written by Nick Macksood | Thursday, 27 December 2018 14:25 |

Tucked away on Lyon Street, neighborhood establishments like Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket Baking Co. and Lyon Street Cafe serve the many denizens of Heritage Hill and Midtown. All business owner Kameel Chamelly didn’t have on his roster was a full-service restaurant. 

Sabores de la Isla: Danzon Cubano lifts the embargo

Written by Nick Macksood | Wednesday, 28 November 2018 11:49 |

In the 1960s, when trade officially halted between the U.S. and the new island republic, virtually all the sights, smells and sounds of Cuba remained unchanged. Visit Havana today and you will still see vintage Chevrolets rolling down the old streets, the buildings left squat and unchanged in the last 60 years compared to its capitalist neighbor. And all for the better, in my opinion.

Taking Flight: Revue samples wings across the spectrum

Written by Nick Macksood | Tuesday, 30 October 2018 13:23 |

Restaurants today aren’t afraid to “elevate” a classic food staple. In Grand Rapids, you can find a fresh, local burger with fries for $5 at your favorite takeout joint or a gourmet burger with cheese for $16 at your neighborhood brewery. With such a wide gamut before us, we decided to investigate the difference between chicken wings that are $1 apiece versus twice that price.

Suburban Satisfaction: Fantastic eateries on the outer edge

Written by Nick Macksood | Wednesday, 29 August 2018 16:57 |

Jell-O salads, 44-oz. drinks, Wish Bone Italian dressing, John Cheever — these seemingly disparate items conjure up nothing if not our preconceived image of the suburbs, in all its milquetoast glory. 

Sip, Savor, Sample: A firsthand preview of Restaurant Week 2018

Written by Revue Staff | Monday, 30 July 2018 15:27 |

Now in its ninth year, Restaurant Week Grand Rapids has more than 60 restaurants participating in the 12-day event. Each eatery creates a menu specifically intended to branch out and create something new while staying true to its core concept. It’s a chance for newcomers to try new restaurants and regulars to try new dishes, and it’s happening at nearly every restaurant in the Greater Grand Rapids area.

Sweet Summer: Where to get your own cone

Written by Elma Talundzic | Wednesday, 27 June 2018 15:34 |

It’s no doubt that ice cream steals the spotlight on those hot summer days. Cool off and treat yourself to some quality scoops from a few of the best local ice cream parlors. Here’s some (but not all) of our favorites.

Serving up Great Lakes fish is something Trevor Bethke had always wanted to do as a chef. But because of some rather Byzantine laws regarding wild-caught fish, food safety and distribution, it has long been difficult to do what seems so simple: see fish, catch fish, serve fish.

Parade of Patios: Our guide to outdoor drinking and eating this summer

Written by Kelly Brown | Wednesday, 27 June 2018 13:36 |

In Michigan, “patio” is its own season. At the first sign of 65-degree weather, we open the back door, sweep off the remaining dead leaves (and sometimes snow) and break out the camp chairs. Really, does anything beat drinking a cold beer on the back porch with a cool breeze cutting the humidity, listening to your favorite summer jams? Probably not.

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