With banquet seating for 220 and conference seating for 250, The Edge Banquet and Conference Center accommodates a range of receptions, corporate events, and soirees in its Tuscan-inspired halls. Its expert staff helps guests personalize their parties with specialty menu selections or wine-and-food pairings, and a 640-square-foot dance floor hosts boogying guests after feasts. A 92-inch drop-down screen and quality sound system, meanwhile, let patrons display PowerPoint presentations, videos, or slideshows of coin collections enhanced with the Jurassic Park soundtrack. Along with hosting others’ events, The Edge’s Director of Operations, Sierra A. Martin, teaches her own cooking classes where students learn how to craft regional cuisines from around the world.
Ada bike shop has been serving the Ada area since 1997. We are also happy to be in our second year at 1311 E. Fulton Street in Fulton Heights near downtown Grand Rapids. Our experienced staff has experience fixing all makes and models of bicycles, and loves to do it!
Bistro Chloe ?lan mirrors the cultural melting pot of America itself?and the result is a m?lange of regional dishes from around the country and the globe. New chef Ryan Bolhuis came to the restaurant with all the inspiration he could carry from New York City, where he trained at The French Culinary Institute before making his work known in the kitchens of highly rated Nobu Fifty Seven and Michelin-starred The Modern.
Bolhuis' menu is built on a foundation on proteins that include Artic char, scallops, and beef filet, each arranged beneath a colorful explosion of seasonings and garnishes. Shareable small plates allow diners to compare notes on lime-scented shrimp ssam, and large plates pile truffle mashed potatoes atop cuts of grilled bison strip loin. Not only do these dishes pair with an eclectic wine list, but they're also served in a space that, like an evening gown sewn from a burlap sack, seamlessly blends rustic and elegant notes. In the main dining room, bare light and dark wood tables sit beneath hanging geometric light fixtures, and the restaurant's other venues offer equally modern accents, both indoors and out.
Built by Irish farmers in 1937 and still family-owned, Grattan Irish Pub serves its steaks, dusted perch, and house-brined kraut and corned beef with a hearty side of tradition. Deep kelly green booths dot the interior, tucked along walls covered with Irish decor. The kitchen produces authentic dishes made from carefully guarded family recipes and serves soups alongside local, hormone-free steaks that are hand cut and never marinated. On Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights, live music sails through the air, and a weekly burrito special is definitely not Irish but involves a burrito, so nothing else matters.