We saw the return of the naked cake in 2018, macrons all over IG in 2019, quarantine bread baking in 2020, and a bubble tea explosion in 2021. Ready or not, food trends flux like side parts and skinny jeans.
As we head into a new year, it couldn’t be clearer that hard seltzer is here to stay.
Despite being an Eastside institution, Bobcat Bonnie’s was born and raised in West Michigan.
When Creston Brewery shut down in March of 2020, no one knew what would come next.
Karaoke, nightlife, and Korean culture come to GR.
In September, GRBC opened the pours (forgive us) of its new mini-bar. It’s on Fulton, between Ionia and Van Andel Arena, and offers a limited food and drink menu.
Anyone can cook a hot dog, but making it a memorable meal is another story.
We love to support local restaurants here in West Michigan. However, if you’re still feeling safer at home, consider hosting your own luxurious dinner party.
Fall is a time of change, and that means tons of new brews hitting the shelves.
Great chefs say we eat first with our eyes, and beer is no different, whether it’s a beautiful pour in a glass or right out of the can.