Wrap It Up

Written by Josh Veal | Monday, 23 December 2019 13:06 |

A guide to West Michigan’s edible little bundles of joy

IPAs Won't Go Away: Here's How to Like 'Em

Written by Jack Raymond | Monday, 23 December 2019 12:59 |

Our lizard brains weren’t designed to enjoy bitter flavors. In our hunter-gatherer heyday, if you found yourself chewing on a bitter leaf, it probably meant you were mere seconds from foaming at the mouth. Stick with the sweet berries, they said; they’re safe. In spite of this primal distaste, we persist, scouring for bitterness like masochists. 

Soups, Stews and Brews, Oh My!

Written by Abi Safago | Monday, 25 November 2019 14:35 |

It’s finally that time of year, when the best comfort foods of all varieties come out. Yet as the weather dips below freezing, we especially turn to a seasonal favorite: soup.

In today’s world, perhaps the greatest gift anyone can offer is an escape — from technology, from the stresses of life, from the world at large. 

Poultry Paradise: Heavenly chicken sandwiches in West Michigan

Written by Josh Veal | Wednesday, 25 September 2019 15:39 |

Popeye’s chicken sandwich was so powerful, the national chain was thrown into chaos for a solid week. Lines reached down the street, workers were pushed to the brink, and customers were starting actual, punches-thrown brawls over shortages. 

Being entrusted with a legacy is no small weight. When Joel Wabeke and Sarah Wepman bought Marie Catrib’s from the late owner’s son, they knew they were entering a sacred space.

Thinking Ahead: Ginza Sushi & Ramen is a delicious, intentional eatery

Written by Josh Veal | Friday, 26 July 2019 13:30 |

Consciously or not, diners can sense thoughtfulness. It’s a sixth sense that plays a huge part in whether we decide to return.

Best of The West: Dining Winners

Written by by Josh Veal | Thursday, 25 July 2019 14:03 |

In a growing region like West Michigan, the food scene will always be in flux. 

Piece of Cake: Cakabakery opens a third location in downtown Holland

Written by Michaela Stock | Monday, 24 June 2019 16:07 |

If you haven’t visited downtown Holland in a while, you’ll want to stop by on the way to your next beach adventure. The quaint small town is still as delicate as you remember it, but with a new edge. Developments have lengthened 8th Street past River Avenue — all the way down to the recently renovated Civic Center — and its additions include multiple restaurants, a movie theater and The Cakabakery, a custom order and retail bake shop.

If you’re going to open a new restaurant in West Michigan, you better stand out. The Friesian Gastro Pub understood that from the start

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