Signature Chefs Auction to bring West Michigan’s Top Restaurants Together for Stronger, Healthier Babies

The best chefs in West Michigan will offer food lovers the opportunity to enjoy a night out while raising funds.

Michigan Craft Beer “Enthusiasts” Offered Fall & Winter Brewery Tours

PRESS RELEASE One of the benefits of membership in the Michigan Brewers Guild “Enthusiast” program is special VIP tours and tastings at member breweries around the state. To participate in one of these special tours, one must be a current Enthusiast member – a group dedicated to celebrating the growing craft beer industry in the [...]

“Lord of the Gourd” Takes Agri-Artist Show on the Road

Be awed and inspired this harvest season with the intricate artwork demonstrations by custom pumpkin carver Pat Harrison – the self-proclaimed “Lord of the Gourd.” Harrison, who hails from Allegan County and currently resides on the Leelanau Peninsula, showcases his creative carving skills at throughout the state in the coming months. The schedule is below.

Michigan Wine Goes Viral on


Republished from a press release - I’m so excited that more people will be able to try our awesome Michigan wines!

Fulton Street Farmers Market Ribbon Cutting This Saturday


This Saturday, May 5th Fulton Street Farmers Market will open for business under a new roof following a short ribbon-cutting ceremony at 7:45 a.m. The opening marks the success of a portion of the capital campaign “Our Goodness is Growing.”

Upcoming Fundraiser at Tre Cugini to Benefit Capital Campaign for Fulton Street Farmers Market Improvements


PRESS RELEASE (GRAND RAPIDS, Michigan) – The Fulton Street Farmers Market (FSFM), located in the southeast corner of the Midtown Neighborhood, is the last remaining of three original Grand Rapids farmers markets established in the early 1900s. Originally constructed in 1922, the market has retained its regional popularity over the years. Drawing more than 10,000 [...]

Saugatuck Brewing Company Announces Winter Tasting Series

SBC will be conducting 4 tasting events at the brewery to be held on the last Thursdays of January, February, March and April at 7pm.

Salt of the Earth Announces 3rd Annual Michigan Wine & Beer Dinner Series


In what has become a wildly-popular winter/spring tradition, West Michigan’s Salt of the Earth announces its third-annual monthly Michigan Wine & Beer Dinner Series at its downtown Fennville rustic American eatery, starting on January 11 and running through June 20.

Cheapskate’s Guide to the International Wine, Beer & Food Festival

One thing I discovered last year at the Grand Rapids International Wine, Beer & Food Festival is that in addition to purchasing tickets to admission, you also need to purchase tasting tickets. However, if you’re a cheapskate like me, you can scope out the sessions which feature tastings that DON’T require tickets.

Cooking Demonstrations Offer Non-Alcoholic Fun at the Grand Rapids International Wine, Beer & Food Festival

Amanda Leatherman, The Fresh Chef, will present a seminar "Fresh and Local Ingredients for a Homegrown Thanksgiving" at this weekend's festival

Wine and beer may come first in the name, but food is definitely in the spotlight at the Grand Rapids International Wine, Beer & Food Festival Nov. 18-20. For the price of admission ($15 per day), you can attend these fabulous workshops:

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