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Heritage Hill is a picturesque neighborhood in Grand Rapids, Michigan, known for its historic houses that range from Old Victorian to Colonial Revival. The neighborhood has had some delicious food spots pop up. Here are the area’s best restaurants.
An interesting fact about Heritage Restaurant is that it is completely staffed by students of the Secchia Institute for Culinary Education out of the Grand Rapids Community College. The restaurant has a great view of Grand Rapids and a friendly intimate atmosphere on the inside. SICE is where many of the great chefs of Michigan get their start. The students get to try out all the decadent dishes that they learn during the year, meaning this one touts many delicious and interesting options. These choices range from crab-stuffed bass dish to portobello schnitzel and more.
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.
Marie Catrib’s of Grand Rapids, 1001-1003 Lake Drive SE, Grand Rapids, MI, +1 (616) 454-4020
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.
Grove, 919 Cherry St SE, Grand Rapids, MI, +1 (616) 454 1000