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Sparty’s Kabob, now open on Trowbridge Road in the same plaza as Fresh Thyme, opened by Iraqi immigrant Rayan Hussein and his family, brings a distinct style of Middle Eastern cuisine to Greater Lansing. more
On Saturday, the tour will find itself here in Lansing at Michigrain Distillery on Shiawassee Street. more
Amer1can Bistro, which holds its grand opening Monday (July 13), is a new take on classic comfort food, from your favorite breakfast dishes — omelets, pancakes and waffles — to time-tested diner staples such as Reuben sandwiches and burgers. more
In my house, we’re slowly expanding our circle after the stay-at-home order, but because of children and aging parents, when we see our friends, it’s mostly outside of someone’s house. Thankfully, a friend has helped me discover a wonderful DIY beverage for an evening on someone’s porch, or a cookout: Ketel One botanical cucumber & mint vodka, lemon-lime soda. Squeeze a wedge of lime and, if you’re fancy and you have your own mint growing, throw in a sprig of mint. more
Lansing can finally enjoy the square-shaped goodness that Buddy’s has to offer. more
Dining rooms statewide have finally reopened, albeit with several coronavirus-specific precautions in place. more
COVID-19 claimed a business victim: Finley’s Grill & Smokehouse, 7433 W. Saginaw Highway, is closing for good, the Michigan chain has told customers. more
As the calendar turns from spring to summer, most people's wardrobes turn from drab and dark to bright and fun. more
It’s mid-May, the time each year when people head outside to their home gardens, put herbs and vegetable plants in the soil and dream of what will be. more
Cinco de Mayo celebrants had to party at home this year — but at least fans of El Oasis had it a little easier: The popular food truck opened a fourth location in time for the high holiday. more
As a public service, City Pulse is compiling a list of restaurants that are open for carryout and delivery. more
Lansing is several weeks into Michigan’s myriad executive orders to contain the coronavirus, including the prohibition of dining-in at restaurants — limiting customers to ordering takeout and delivery. The initial news sent a shockwave through the local restaurant industry. more
Back in the days before COVID-19, most shoppers were encouraged to wash and sanitize their reusable grocery bags. more
Homebase, a cloud-based time-tracking app, reported that the amount of hours worked in small businesses dropped 62 percent since March 17. 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
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