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Food
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Chef and owner Aaron Hebert is living the food truck dream. After years spent slinging breakfast sandwiches in Portland, Maine, Hebert buckles down in Lansing to bring his breakfast fare to the Midwest on four wheels. more
Over 60 varieties of tea and shake flavors will be offered at Lansing’s newest health and wellness shop. Focusing on nutrient-dense offerings, Central Lansing Nutrition hopes to be a one-stop shop aiding in Greater Lansing’s weight loss and healthy living goals. more
The legendary Lansing taco shop Mr. Taco has become a nexus of fast food and the absurd. Take one look at Mr. Taco’s social media presence and suddenly you’ll be questioning yourself: Is this a restaurant or a cult? more
It takes chutzpah to look at a bank and think, “We can transform that old bank into a restaurant. Plus, we can store beer and wine in the bank vault.” more
After an eight-month hiatus, the former Okemos restaurant brings its upcycled tables and signature deep orange look to the new place as well as an updated menu with more diverse price points and food options. more
Strawberry limeade, strawberry baked goods and even strawberry tattoos are featured at Allen Farmers Market’s annual Strawberry Festival, which lasts till 7 this evening. The fruit is at the height of its Michigan season and farmers from across greater Lansing will reap their harvest for the event. more
Here is an updated list of farmers market across Greater Lansing. Use the key to see what's available at the market, and what benefits they accept. more
A pizza oven will be firing 18-inch pizzas until 3 a.m. each weekend starting with this latest addition to downtown Lansing’s pizza scene. more
In the Restaurant Reviewer’s Handbook (if one exists) is the ironclad rule that “under no circumstances shall a reviewer invoke personal nostalgia. This crime is punishable by seven years of bad dining.” Screw it. For me, Art’s Pub is a tidal wave of nostalgia and not all of it is the happy kind. more
For nearly 100 years, Lansing’s east side Italian cuisine was defined by Emil’s on Michigan Avenue. The restaurant closed in 2015. But the long wait for freshly made pasta will be over soon as former Okemos mainstay Tannin moves in — blocks away from the old Emil’s site — in the former Tabooli and Kentucky Fried Chicken drive-thru restaurant. more
Selecting wines for dinner from a retail wine department can be a daunting task. There are at least 10,000 different wines sold by distributors in Michigan. In the Lansing area, there are 15 distributors that sell wine.  more
The 300-square-foot food truck kitchen will be vacant for a while. Owner of Streetkitchen and The People’s Kitchen, Zane Vicknair, along with chef de cuisine Lissa Blan-Jacot, have called the truck home for the past 18 months. Now for the first time, the duo will cook in the building they’ve been overhauling at odd hours between working full time. more
In the Restaurant Reviewer’s Handbook (if one exists) is the ironclad rule that “under no circumstances shall a reviewer invoke personal nostalgia. This crime is punishable by seven years of bad dining.” Screw it. For me, Art’s Pub is a tidal wave of nostalgia and not all of it is the happy kind. more
After getting laid off from a job in 2003, Chad Jordan was fed up with the world of working for someone else. Drawing up a popcorn business plan in 2004 and acquiring popcorn equipment from a closed kettle corn shop at the Lansing City Market, Jordan started Cravings Popcorn in 2007 and never looked back. Now in a new Old Town location, Jordan continues his rich tradition of refining his recipes and brand for a local and national audience crazy for his craft. more
Whether a sashimi aficionado or california roll connoisseur, Lansing voted these sushi places a bar above the rest for Top of the Town 2018 more
A popular Asian dessert and tea chain with over 650 locations across the world has made its Michigan debut in East Lansing. more
The Spartans are back in the Final Four, and while this feels commonplace over the last 20 years, the recent drought has left fans thirsty. more
Pending light renovations, Tannin’s new home in the former Tabooli building will likely open within the next month. The upscale Italian eatery left Okemos in November to start work on its new east side Lansing home. more
Tomato Brothers 303 W. Grand River Ave. Howell, MI (517) 371-4000 Monday to Saturday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday Noon to 9 p.m. more
A new Michigan craft brewery serving pub fare will open on Albert Avenue come next Fall. more
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