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[Eat & Drink ArtPrize 2010] The Bull's Head Tavern

by (mattsimoto)

Submitted 09-24-2010 under LOCAL LIFE

The Bull's Head Tavern is a locally owned restaurant on Monroe, just north of Rosa Parks Circle, making it an ideal oasis of food and drink before or after checking out ArtPrize 2010.  Boasting a varied list of appetizers, salads, sandwiches...

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[Eat & Drink ArtPrize 2010] Peppino's Grille, Pizzeria and Sports Lounge

by (mattsimoto)

Submitted 09-24-2010 under LOCAL LIFE

On a rainy day, Peppino's Grille, Pizzeria and Sports Lounge is a great place to relax and enjoy some Italian food while watching the game on multiple large-screen TVs. On a sunny day Peppino's offers the same experience out on its deck--without the...

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[Eat & Drink ArtPrize 2010] Ritz Koney

by (BigBinder)

Submitted 09-22-2010 under LOCAL LIFE

Located across from the Van Andel Arena, Ritz Koney offers hungry ArtPrize observers a casual and affordable dining options. One of the few restaurants downtown allowing a family of four to eat for less than $20, Ritz Koney has a wide variety of...

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[Eat & Drink ArtPrize 2010] Brann's

by (mattsimoto)

Submitted 09-22-2010 under LOCAL LIFE

Mike and Johnny Brann's is known for its Sizzling Sirloin Steak, served up by John Brann Sr. over 50 years ago, but the restaurant also has a lot for those whose tastes stray from red meat. For starters, an onion straw loaf goes a long way. Diners...

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[Eat & Drink ArtPrize 2010] Flanagan's Irish Pub

by (Cindy Droog)

Submitted 09-22-2010 under LOCAL LIFE

We’ve probably all heard the saying, “Everybody’s got a little Irish in them.” And at Flanagan’s Irish Pub on Pearl Street in downtown Grand Rapids, it’s easy to get your Irish on. First, the menu includes an entire section, “Emerald Island Entrees...

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[Eat & Drink ArtPrize 2010] Cottage Bar

by (marlee)

Submitted 09-21-2010 under LOCAL LIFE

The Cottage Bar has been serving the best burgers in town since 1927, making them the oldest restaurant in downtown Grand Rapids.  Recently voted the "Best Burger in Michigan" by USA Today, the restaurant also boasts three alarming chilis,...

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[Eat & Drink ArtPrize 2010] Louis Benton

by (mattsimoto)

Submitted 09-21-2010 under LOCAL LIFE

Louis Benton is a fine dining steakhouse, and ArtPrize goers looking for Grand Rapids' upscale offerings need look no further. The restaurant serves the finest U.S.D.A. prime aged steaks. Each steak is trimmed to the chef's...

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[Eat & Drink ArtPrize 2010] Grand Central Market and Deli

by (mattsimoto)

Submitted 09-21-2010 under LOCAL LIFE

Grand Central Market and Deli provides Monroe Center visitors not only an oasis of substantial sandwiches and salads made to order, but the convenience of a small grocery store, too. The shop is open for breakfast and lunch, with coffee and other...

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[Eat & Drink ArtPrize 2010] Mojo's

by (mattsimoto)

Submitted 09-21-2010 under LOCAL LIFE

Mojo's Dueling Piano Bar & Restaurant is easy enough to find. It's located at the corner of Pearl and Monroe Street in downtown Grand Rapids. Moreover, it's the only place in town where you'll find two pianists fighting for approval and tinkling...

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[Eat & Drink ArtPrize 2010] Ferris Coffee & Nut

by (mattsimoto)

Submitted 09-21-2010 under LOCAL LIFE

Ferris Coffee & Nut's retail store, located at 227 Winter Avenue, across the stret from the YMCA, serves as a training facility for retail workers as well as a spot for visitors to come in and try the many products the company offers, including...

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