Restaurants in East Grand Rapids

50% Off Italian and American Food at Hubs Inn

Hubs Inn

Grand Rapids

$20 $10


Casual menu highlights build-your-own pizzas and house-seasoned burgers

37% Off Mediterranean Cuisine at Shiraz Grille

Shiraz Grille

Grand Rapids

$30 $19


Grilled veggies & rice accompany grilled kabobs of beef, chicken & lamb; saffron & Persian spices flavor a selection of stews.

Up to 45% Off Burger Combos at Fat Boy Burgers

Fat Boy Burgers


$21.98 $12


Classic American fare such as freshly ground burgers, corned beef hash with eggs, chili-cheese dogs, and old-fashioned milk shakes

43% Off Beer-Flight Package

Last Chance Tavern and Grill

Alger Heights

$35 $20

Sip craft brews such as Bell's Two Hearted ale and Founders Red's Rye in a beer flight before taking home a growler's worth of your favorite

Up to 47% Off American Food at Kitchen 67

Kitchen 67

Northeast Grand Rapids

$20 $12


Burgers, wings, and fish dishes created from local and responsibly sourced ingredients; innovations include iPads docked at booths

Up to 40% Off Sampler Tray at GoJo Ethiopian Cuisine

GoJo Ethiopian Cuisine


$58 $35


Use bits of injera flatbread to try traditional Ethiopian dishes such as spicy doro wat chicken, goat dishes, lentils, and mixed vegetables

Up to 45% off Cafe Food or Catering at Sweet Mellisa's

Sweet Mellisa's

Alger Heights

$21 $14

Sandwiches and sodas satiate appetites in a cupcake shop full of sweets and coffee; catering fills up to 15 guests with gourmet food

Up to 59% Off at Tip Top Deluxe Bar & Grill

Tip Top Deluxe Bar & Grill

Grand Rapids

$45.85 $19

Sip beer, wine, or spirits while downing pub grub; bar hosts weekly live music with local and national acts

Up to 46% Off Beer Tasting

Hideout Brewing Company

Grand Rapids

$36 $20


Samples showcase 25 draft beers made at the in-house brewery, paired with take-home howler or pint glasses and pints of beer, mead, or wine

Up to 48% Off Gastropub Food at Flanagan's Irish Pub

Flanagan's Irish Pub

Downtown Grand Rapids

$25 $13

Irish gastropub serves up specialty burgers and tacos alongside suds from craft brewers like Fat Tire and Bell's

40% Off Soul Food

Linc Up Soul Food Cafe

Grand Rapids

$25 $15

Fusing traditional Southern cuisine and barbecue, Linc Up Cafe is the home of the chicken-and-waffle slider

43% Off Fondue Meal at The Melting Pot

The Melting Pot

Northeast Grand Rapids

$55.80 $34


Diners enjoy fresh salads before cooking entrees fondue-style right at their table

50% Off at Noto's Old World Italian Dining

Noto's Old World Italian Dining


$60 $30


Housemade meatballs, italian sausage, and mozzarella create a menu of rustic cuisine that pairs with wines from an award-winning list

50% Off at Joe's Pizza King

Joe's Pizza King

Grand Rapids

$10 $5


Specialty pizzas include the Volcano with ham, bacon, pineapple, and jalapeño, alongside pastas topped with housemade spaghetti sauce

40% Off at Village Inn Pizza Parlor

Village Inn Pizza Parlor

Grand Rapids

$20 $12


Specialty pizzas, paninis, and Mexican specialties pair with pints of craft beer amid the glimmer of HD screens in a newly renovated space

Up to 51% Off Beer Tasting & To-Go Growlers

B.O.B.'s Brewery


$30 $18


Michigan Brewers Guild founding member has a passion for crafting batches of flavorful Michigan-made beer

Gilly's in the B.O.B – 50% Off Small Plates and Seafood

Gilly's in the B.O.B.


$50 $25

Innovative menu includes grilled shrimp with quinoa tabouleh and small plates such as spicy shrimp tacos and Oysters Rockefeller

Up to 44% Off Barbecue for Two at Louie's Bar & Rocket Lounge

Louie's Bar & Rocket Lounge

Grand Rapids

$35.98 $20

Fusion barbecue spot blends Texas and Kansas City styles in entrees from pulled pork to beef brisket; an attached sports bar provides pints

Up to 50% Off at Great Lakes Shipping Co. Restaurant & Tavern

Great Lakes Shipping Co. Restaurant & Tavern

Grand Rapids

$93 $55


Steak & seafood entrees pair with appetizers such as crab & artichoke dip, desserts such as Mackinaw Island cheesecake & specialty drinks

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Named one of 60 Restaurants Worth the Trip by Midwest Living magazine, GoJo Ethiopian Cuisine introduces guests to the traditional, community-focused dining style of Ethiopia. Using injera, a soft sourdough flatbread, diners scoop up bites of robustly flavored stew, or watt, from a bed of the same flatbread. Tibs watt, a dish made of sautéed tender beef and spices, and doro watt, a spiced chicken stew, satisfy carnivores, and lentils, collard greens, and green beans take the lead in the vegetarian dishes. The lamb sampler, GoJo's No. 1 seller, consists of well-spiced lamb and smaller sides of spiced beans and other vegetarian dishes.

421 Norwood Ave SE
Grand Rapids,

According to the Grand Rapids Press writer John Berba, Jamaican Daves subjects takeout customers to a unique form of torture: making them wait until they get home to enjoy the delectable Jamaican cuisine they've purchased. Berba himself couldn't wait that long; he pulled over into a parking lot after picking up his order, parking to devour chicken curry that he described as "the best $6.50 I've spent on food in recent memory." Other specialties include fried, pickled escoveitch fish and fall-off-the-bone curried goat, which can be taken home or savored at the restaurant's booths. Potted plants, natural wood, and a Jamaican flag contribute to a quaint, homey ambiance.

1059 Wealthy St SE
Grand Rapids,

A culinary sidecar of chef Cory DeMint's Electric Cheetah, Uncle Cheetah's Soup Shop ladles out bowls of belly-warming broth and hearty sandwiches and salads Monday through Saturday. The liquid slingers dish out 12 varieties of fresh fluid fare, including vegan and gluten-free choices, each day. Past soups ($5 for 12 oz., $7 for 16 oz., $11 for 32 oz.) have included a savory seafood bisque, a citrusy greek lemon chicken, and a piquant jalapeño corn chowder. Each bowl comes with a berg of your choice of homemade challa, molasses oatmeal multigrain bread, or Vermont crackers, ideal for nibbling, dipping, or re-creating famous maritime disasters. Complete a codependent meal with a doting sandwich such as an herby grilled white cheddar or goat cheese sandwich ($3 for half, $6 for whole) or a potage-coddling sidekick of salad ($2 for side, $4 for small, $8 for large), such as a down-to-earth caesar or tangy and mysterious spiced pear salad. Check Uncle Cheetah's Facebook page for the daily selection of soups, pastries, and ice cream flavors.

1133 Wealthy St SE
Grand Rapids,

The Ramona's Table menu is filled to the brim of the page with sandwiches, salads, wraps, and breakfast items that are never frozen and always made fresh to order. Wrap your mitts around the mighty sandwich list, including the eponymous Ramona ($8.45)—spice-rubbed chicken or steak, greens, and bruschetta on a French roll—or the Venetian Swing ($8.45), with its sliced ham, brie, tomatoes, and apricot-wasabi dressing on a gondola of sourdough. Ramona's Table also boasts an impressive selection of grilled-cheese sandwiches, with 10 variations to surprise even the most jaded of turophiles. Sandwiches come with a choice of roasted redskin potatoes, kettle chips, homemade coleslaw, or a salad. Make greens your meal with a Michigan cherry salad ($5.95), containing mixed greens, dried cherries, and feta, or add a sea to the mix with the Mediterranean salad ($6.95), offering peppers, cucumbers, onion, feta, and olives on a bed of spinach and romaine. Breakfast, served from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. Monday through Saturday, boasts a creative selection of skillets ($6.95), quiches ($6.95), and other morning fare.

2232 Wealthy St SE
Grand Rapids,

McFadden's Restaurant & Saloon provides an extensive menu of classic American eats and a well-stocked bar of classically intoxicating drinks in a casual, convivial atmosphere. Start by gobbling wedges of fried provolone ($6.99) while debating later strategy, such as a healthy diversion into an ahi tuna salad ($11.99), or continued decadence in the embrace of a black angus saloon burger ($8.99), topped with cheese, bacon, and caramelized onions. Less meat-oriented individuals and passing plesiosaurs can enjoy baked white cheddar mac and cheese ($7.99) with green onions and diced tomatoes. Desserts are a sweet nightcap to any feast, and include the likes of hot apple pie ($6.99) with vanilla ice cream, and dark chocolate and Baileys mousse ($6.99) with a head crafted to resemble a pint of paradoxically bitter Guinness, a manly alternative to other mousse dishes, which often come topped with hair ribbons and emotion.

58 Ionia Avenue Southwest
Grand Rapids,

Ranked #1 Submarine Sandwich Franchise in the 2011 "Franchise 500" issue of Entrepreneur Magazine, Subway has graced the globe with nutritious stacks of meats, crisp veggies, flavorful cheeses, and fresh-baked breads since 1965. Sandwiches, which can be left out cold or invited into a toaster, include classics such as the turkey breast and black-forest ham, the premium big philly cheesesteak, and a host of $5 Footlong subs, which can be used to measure a child's height or the distance between here and the sun. There are also kids' meals to introduce children to the concept of eating.

6260 28th St SE
Grand Rapids,