4520 Kenowa Ave SW
Grandville, MI 49418
Phone: (616) 667-0733
Fax: (616) 667-9375
Bars & Cafes
One of the more popular bars in Grand Rapids, The Pyramid Scheme is a no non-sense bar that focuses on providing good beer and good music to its patrons. Located in downtown, this bar-cum-music-venue features an excellent selection of beers, sourced from breweries like the New Holland Brewery, Bells Brewery, the Arbor Brewing Company. Besides the excellent beer, the bar also plays host to a range of bands from all over the country. Call to know more.
This brew pub serves a great selection of single malt scotches and microbeers as well as delicious sandwiches and large portioned meals. They are open Monday through Saturday for lunch and dinner; closed on Sunday.
Enjoy fine food and great spirits at this sports bar and restaurant that serves award-winning baby back ribs, gourmet salads, burgers, and appetizers. Two eight foot TVs and six small TV's broadcast your favorite sports games. They are open daily for lunch and dinner.
A casual, high energy sports bar, it offers an array of a-la-carte American dishes plus shows sporting events on over 40 televisions and a large screen TV. They are open Monday through Saturday for lunch and dinner; closed on Sunday.
Madcap Coffee Company is known for producing some of the best coffees in the state of Michigan. Part coffee bar, part roasting plant, Madcap Coffee Company is a coffee lover's paradise. The incredible beans roasted to perfection produce some fantastic cups of coffee. Though the menu is limited, the delicious coffee makes up for it. Try their iced Cafe Miel or a simple latte to get a real taste of coffee that will linger in your memory for a long time.
Experience an upscale and sophisticated environment featuring exceptional wines and local cuisine at Reserve Wine & Food. Located in the heart of vibrant downtown, this restaurant features a trendy ambiance that suits special occasions. Seafood and meat specialties are predominant on the concise menu with standouts like Fromage Blanc Gnocchi, Dry Aged Ribeye and Bay Scallops. The wine list perfectly complements the offering and has every variety ranging from light-bodied to intense wines. Dress code is upper-casual and reservations are recommended.
Brewery Vivant is a local brewery with it's very own bar and pub in-house.The pub has a very different and unique feel, located in an old church, for a really different experience. Serving up a delightful selection of their best brews, signature favorites as well as delicious eats. With a fun, lively atmosphere, the passion for the craft of brewing ale is clearly visible in the menu, with dishes painstakingly paired with beers for a complete experience. Try their on-tap ales and beers like the Farm Hand, Triomphe, Maple Amber Beer and Agent a Deaux, from mild to strong, there is something for every palette. Soak it all up with a selection of their tasty eats like the Belgian frites, duck nachos, poutines and liege waffle. For parties and group reservations, give them a call.
This bakery and gourmet coffee bar serves a delicatessen style menu, specialty baked goods, and delicious coffee drinks daily for breakfast and lunch.
A local favorite for over 60 years, this European-style cafe specializes in exceptional breakfasts and lunch items in a gracious, casual atmosphere. They are open Tuesday through Sunday for breakfast and lunch; closed on Monday.
Malarky's is a family friendly sports bar/restaurant with a great menu that includes something for everyone. They have one of the best burgers in town and awesome deep dish pizza. They also offer seafood, pasta, steaks, wraps, and their own special paninis. Happy hour is Sunday through Thursday from 3 p.m. to close and Friday and Saturday from 3 to 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. until close.
Occupying an 1873 brick building and possibly Rockford’s oldest, The Corner Bar has been a longstanding dining institution in the city. Head here for the American fast food staple, hot dogs, served with their signature chilli sauce. Their famous Hot Dog Hall of Fame, which began in 1968, draws in adventurous foodies looking to make it to the record books for downing a dozen or more dogs in four hours at a stretch. So on your next visit, bring along your appetite and competitive spirit to make the cut.
The saloon has a fairly regular schedule of comedians and other entertainment. You can also enjoy the dance floor and food from the kitchen.