Located in a 1920s service station, Donkey Taqueria
has a wonderful vintage feel with original exposed brick and a long open bar. This authentic Mexican restaurants brings the taco-game to a whole new level. Each dish is made from scratch, with freshness in every bite. Though it may be impossible, try not to fill up on their irresistible chips and fresh-made guacamole. The classic menu holds a great selection of tortas, tacos and tostados, along with a delicious brunch choices. San Chez A Tapas Bistro
has been on the scene for more than 20 years and it is still thriving. The owners attribute their success to the simple mission of authentic dishes with the best ingredients and a friendly communal atmosphere. The menu has a delicious collection of tapas and it really is hard to go wrong whatever you choose to sample. They even have a separate menu for people who eat gluten-free or have particular allergies. Wealthy Street Bakery
is a neighborhood favorite for all types of baked goodies and treats. This family-owned bakery and cafe is where locals come to drink coffee, converse and enjoy the friendly setting. Their pastry menu has some great classics like scones, cookies, danishes, and muffins. Each month they create a menu for great seasonal offerings too. Along with a delicious assortment of pastries, Wealthy Street also offers artisan sandwiches, gourmet pizzas, and daily fresh-baked bread. The Green Well
prides itself on being extremely eco-friendly, with a LEED-certified building. They strive to recycle and compost 90 percent of their waste, and use only local farmer foods wherever possible. The cafe is also a strong supporter of the arts, which they show by displaying pieces from local artists. Their food is just as impressive as their commitment to the community and the environment. They have delicious dishes from all different types of cultures, like the S&S lamb vindaloo, the veggie burrito, quinoa falafel wrap and many other choices. Marie Catrib’s
brings delicious home-style cooking and a friendly welcoming atmosphere that makes every customer feel like family. Both the breakfast and lunch-dinner menus have equally delicious dishes made from scratch. Their breakfast menu includes egg and griddle dishes that are as creative as their names imply. These include the “Rock the Hash-Bah”, “Panukakku” and “Soo Lox”. Later on in the day, expect some really top-notch soups, salads and other fresh creations to hit the table. Grove
strives to bring good and honest food to Grand Rapids in their own distinct style. The menu has lots of decadent and intriguing options. They begin by splitting the menu into three courses. Their first courses include smaller dishes like beef tartare and smoked lamb tart. Meanwhile second course dishes include a variety of salads and soups. Finally, the third course offers fish and bird dishes, adding a punch of real variation.