Jersey-style subs may be Boardwalk Subs’ food forte, but the staff’s true specialty is its attention to customer service, as showcased by its nomination for the Grand Rapids Celebrated Service award. In between friendly smiles and polite conversations, the kitchen crew at the family owned eatery focuses its attention on handcrafting 25 types of toasted or grilled subs and pairing them with fresh-baked cookies and warm soups. After baking fresh bread each day, cooks slice open each 15-inch roll before stuffing it with savory meats, such as salami, capicola, and roast beef, and seven kinds of colorful vegetables. The sandwich artists then top the savory layers with one of 12 sauces and seasonings such as celery salt and italian spices.
Our Grandfather Paul Mineo opend his first pizza shop in Grand Rapids in 1974.
Today as the third generation, we continue his dream in serving his
Original recipes from Sicily to our community , family and friends .
Come join the "famiglia' , we would love to have you as part of it !
Voted Best Chef by the readers of Grand Rapids Magazine, Eric Chaitin, executive chef of all three restaurants, oversees an edible empire emphasizing creativity and customer service. Take your taste buds on a dream date to The Grille and ponder its sophisticated menu, which entices eaters with wood-fired pizzas, hearty pastas, and meaty marvels such as a Wagyu New York strip ($18.95). Rush Creek Bistro's menu slays cravings with an eclectic assortment of sandwiches and rib-sticking entrees, while the menu at FireRock Grille includes shrimp ($9.95) and steak ($15.95) that can be cooked on a 500-degree FireRock like those used by Stone Age tailgaters before the first Super Bowl. Each menu changes seasonally, accentuating locally grown, seasonal produce and fresh meats. All three locations feature scenic country-club views, outdoor dining, and bar areas for debating with strangers over which of the Founding Fathers had the nicest singing voice.
The magic number at Walldorff Brewpub & Bistro is nine. That's how many fresh-brewed beers the pub keeps on tap: six standbys that are always available, and three rotating selections. That means that no matter when you visit, you can try a malty Bee Sting Honey Rye or a bright and bitter Hopnoxxxious I.P.A. And if you're in luck, you may also get a crack at such temporary brews as the Walldorff Porter, a 2012 bronze medal winner at the World Expo of Beer.
The food menu is equally wide-ranging. The bistro prepares wood-fired pizza, wood-grilled steaks, and thick slabs of ribs. The center-cut sirloin comes topped with cracked spices and sea salt, and the yankee jambalaya delivers a spicy blend of Andouille sausage, grilled chicken thighs, and veggies cooked in rice. Like a bride in a camouflage dress, the decor is attractive without being flashy: tasteful wood floors and furnishings, taupe walls, and brick accents that don't distract from the meal.
Your next meal awaits at Applebee's in Hastings.
Dieters looking for low-fat options will be out of luck, though, as taste trumps caloric value here.
With Applebee's' wide selection of refreshments available, you can tap into the drink menu early in the evening.
Making it through another workweek call for a drink at Applebee's.
Wifi is on the house at Applebee's, so bring along your tablet or laptop.
At Applebee's, your large or small group can be seated quickly and comfortably.
Good luck spotting a suit and tie at Applebee's — casually-dressed diners are the norm here.
If time is of the essence, Applebee's' take-out option may be a better fit.
A nearby parking lot is readily available for Applebee's' diners.
Customers should be prepared to spend around $30, but more importantly, they should be prepared to enjoy a great meal.
All major credit cards are accepted.
In 1978, brothers Eugene and John Jetts lent their name to the sign above their pizza shop in Sterling Heights, Michigan. In the more than 35 years that followed, they’ve lost one of the Ts but gained more than 300 franchises across the country. Jet’s Pizza churns out thin-crust, hand-tossed rounds, and Signature square-shaped pies in hearty Deep-Dish form. Their 8-Corner Pizza lets each member of a dining octet enjoy a slice of corner crust without fearing the paper cuts inherent in triangle slices. After loading pizzas with heaps of meats and veggies, guests have the liberty of flavorizing their crust for free, choosing from options such as garlic, sesame seed, Cajun, or poppy seed. To augment pies, Jet's chefs whip up Triple-Cheese Turbo Sticks with premium mozzarella, cheddar, and romano as well as Jet's Wings and Jet's Boneless Chicken made plain or with hot sauce.