Michigan brews, Irish cuisine, and live performances at these local staples will make the day a memorable one
Choosing a restaurant’s wine offerings involves more than throwing darts in a cellar. Gerry Baker, assistant general manager and sommelier at MGM Grand Detroit’s Wolfgang Puck Steak, discloses the methodology behind building the ultimate wine list.
"The Campus Martius Coffee is one the first drinks I added to the menu when I started working here a year ago,” says Larry Bienkowski, bar manager at Detroit’s Parc.
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Royal Oak couple Chad and Jami Buchanan had always dreamed of opening a café, even if it meant straying from Detroit Barbers, the barbershops they opened in Corktown and Ferndale.
Summer might be winding down, but good drinks and live music are always in season. Head to Slows Bar BQ in Corktown for its Dirty Gurlz Dance Happy Hour.
Blending tradition with innovation was the theme this year at the Michigan Wine Competition, as organizers overhauled the voting procedures and added a new Best of Class category.
The owner/winemaker at Black Fire Winery in Tecumseh, Wells draws his initial fascination with wine back to his formative years in Detroit.
Blake’s Hard Cider, based in Armada, has announced its newest cider, Rainbow Seeker, which will benefit The Human Rights Campaign (HRC), a leading LGBTQ civil rights organization.
After three years of development and a massive remodel, The Commons — a cafe, community space, and laundromat — has opened in the Islandview neighborhood.
After falling in love with craft beer culture, North Pier Brewing Co. owner Jay Fettig started to plan his own brewery right out of business school.
Founders Brewing Co. will open its new brewery and taproom in Midtown on December 4. It is the second ever location for the 20-year-old brewery based in Grand Rapids.
The Detroit Fall Beer Festival returns to Eastern Market this weekend for its ninth year. Hosted by the Michigan Brewers Guild, this year’s festival promises to be “bigger and better than ever before.”
After opening their doors mid-May, Ludington Bay Brewing Company, the third brewery in the Ludington area, has experienced a successful quarter-year and first summer, which owner Ted Gedra hopes to continue.
The 3,600 square-foot basement space off of Fort Street in Downtown is a classic gamer’s paradise, touting 40 different arcade games and pinball machines, encompassing the entire dining area.
For those tired of Pumpkin Spice, these local coffee shops have created their own specialty seasonal beverages featuring other fall flavors.
McClary Bros. founder Jess McClary discusses her appearance on the ABC show.
Last year, Gov. Rick Snyder designated April “Michigan Wine Month” as a way to recognize the achievements and economic contributions of the Michigan wine industry.
Owners of a metro Detroit cocktail lounge have created a “candy” collection for adult imbibers.