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.

Rake Beer Project: It takes a village to raise a brewery

Written by by Jack Raymond | Friday, 26 July 2019 13:00 |

Of all the towns that speckle West Michigan’s coast, Muskegon has perhaps struggled the most with cohesion. Its beaches and state parks are world-class but distanced from the city proper. Moreover, some could argue that a city proper has been lacking for a while. I remember a visit to Unruly Brewing Company a few years ago: loved it, but noticed a scarcity of surrounding places to be. While rounding the main drag’s cul-de-sac, it seemed like the city was still loading. 

Best of the West: Nightlife & Activities

Written by by Josh Veal | Thursday, 25 July 2019 15:20 |

Now here’s a category for the masses. Nightlife, maybe not so much, but activities? You can’t deny we all do stuff from time to time.

Best of The West: Drinking Winners

Written by by Jack Raymond | Thursday, 25 July 2019 14:48 |

In the days of yore, a pint of lager and a couple fingers of whiskey were enough to whet a drinker’s appetite. No more. With a zillion liquids to choose from, it’s exhausting just deciding what to put in your mouth. Even our rhymes are changing. Once liquor before beer, you’re in the clear, now negroni before stout, lights out. Gin before mead, yes indeed? Mix and match drinks from this list and send us your rhymes for which pairs spared a bellyache. 

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. 

Gears + Beers: A West Michigan brewery bike trail

Written by Jack Raymond | Monday, 24 June 2019 16:09 |

Women’s suffrage superstar Susan B. Anthony famously called the bicycle a “freedom machine,” an “emancipator,” and “the all powerful whirligig of the future.” 

OK, maybe not that last part, but don’t discredit the bike’s magic — it takes us to and fro with nothing but a pair of legs and the will to zoom. It so happens that we’re blessed with a string of breweries to zoom between along Grand Rapids’ White Pine Trail. Revue plotted some coordinates and dropped in on breweries that share a passion for good beer and a good ride. 

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.

High and Dry: Revue’s Brut IPA taste-off

Written by Jack Raymond | Friday, 24 May 2019 10:44 |

Like a mouse trying to out-squeak a hamster with a megaphone, the Brut IPA has had trouble fully making a name for itself under the New England IPA’s tutelage. This comes as no surprise.

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

Weird Cousin: Broad Leaf Local Beer is Brewery Vivant’s new relative

Written by Elma Talundzic | Thursday, 25 April 2019 14:09 |

From the passionate beer connoisseur to the occasional glass of beer drinker, chances are they’ve all made their way through Brewery Vivant’s doors at some point. The historic funeral home chapel turned microbrewery is well known for its farmhouse style ales and European-inspired eats.

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