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Food
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Snap Custom Pizza, a restaurant that specializes in quick and easy made-to-order pizzas and salads, has opened up shop in downtown East Lansing at the former Cosi location. more
Nominate your favorite people, places and businesses for Top of the Town 2020! more
A stunning California cabernet franc had me thinking about a complicated food and beverage issue for a few days. more
Soul Nutrition is a new spot downtown that wants its smorgasbord of gluten-free smoothies to become an addition to your post-workout routine. more
Who said festivals were only for the warmer seasons? The eighth annual Art and Craft Beer Fest — a festival that has art, live music, comedy, short films, beer and more — will go down Saturday in REO Town. more
A downtown bagel shop with eclectic, Michigan-made ingredients and a staff that treats customers like old friends — that’s the ambition of Goodfellas, a new stadium district restaurant expecting its soft opening the first week of February. more
Worn down by greasy food? Did your favorite brunch spot let you down last week with some soggy French toast? If you’re craving something new, a unique dining opportunity is coming to the Old Town Marquee this weekend. more
This year was kind of a stressful one, yes? Maybe not for everyone. But it felt intense. The beauty of Jan. 1 is that it’s our chance to reflect on our choices from the last year, reset, and forge a new path for ourselves. more
If you are a person with a will easily compromised by juicy patties decked in jalapenos, fresh greens and onions inside a ciabatta bun, I suggest you stop reading. more
Rare is the restaurant where you walk in and almost immediately feel you’ve stepped inside the home of a family member. more
Owner Michael Luther announced last week on Facebook he sold Red Cedar Grill, a fixture in Williamston’s dining scene for 25 years. While longtime customers mourn the loss of their favorite gathering spot, Luther said the change in ownership is “all-around positive.” more
The original Biggby, located at 270 W. Grand River Ave., is holding its official grand reopening tomorrow at its new home across the street at 330 W. Grand River Ave. more
Before you curse the falling ice from the sky turning into gray sludge on the streets of a post-industrial city, sample some of the following cheery concoctions more
Every year, I’m likely to taste a few mind-blowing wines that make me contemplate my existence. Most are wines I can rarely afford. more
I like a good head on top of my tall glass drinks — especially when the foam is a pink color. Luckily, Aladdin’s’ juices have both.  more
I’ve eaten myself into oblivion many a time at Sindhu, but have had to limit myself to the FDA-approved entrée portions. Until one foggy Monday afternoon, I transcended my stale consciousness of lunchtime fast-food after landing on Sindhu Indian Cuisine in the Hannah Plaza off Hagadorn Road. more
The holidays come with precious family time. The question for many LGBTQ people is, what makes a family — the genetic hand you’re dealt or the group where you feel you belong? more
Amid seeing only a few convenient options for vegan cuisine in Lansing, Christabelle Dozeman, co-founder of the Veg-N food truck, decided she would undertake the challenge of bringing vegan food to the masses herself. more
Gray formerly worked at Bridge Street Social in Dewitt where we served as a bar manager for almost four years. He described his new place of work as a “beast of a restaurant.” more
 Jersey Giant has new digs: Lansing’s eastside. more
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