The Grand Rapids Business Journal covered the announcement of our new head chef, Jeremy Paquin of Muskegon. Jeremy began working for Bistro Bella Vita in 2015 and will now serve as our Head Chef at Grove, alongside our Chef de Cuisine Mike Borraccio, Chief Culinary Officer Patrick Wise, and the rest of our talented culinary team.
Grove was named Restaurant of the Year by Grand Rapids Magazine for the fourth consecutive year. We would like to thank Grand Rapids Magazine, our guests, farmers and artisans, and our staff. Our team's passion for thoughtful, creative cuisine and beverage is the catalyst for enriching a transparent local food system.
Grove was mentioned in Food52's article for 17 reasons to visit Grand Rapids.
After analyzing more than five million reviews of more than 20,000 restaurants across the country submitted by verified OpenTable diners, Grove made the list for one of OpenTable's Top 100 Restaurants for Foodies in America for 2015.
OpenTable has launched its 2013 Diners’ Choice Award winners for the Top 100 American Fare Restaurants in the U.S. These awards reflect the combined opinions of more than 5 million restaurant reviews submitted by verified OpenTable diners for approximately 19,000 restaurants in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
Grove, an Essence Restaurant Group venture in the bustling Cherry-Diamond business district of the East Hills neighborhood, was named one of America’s Top 100 restaurants for “American Cuisine” by the online reservation company OpenTable.
Whether you call it farm to fork or farm to table, the end result is the same–restaurants making a commitment to serve only the best and the freshest using locally sourced ingredients.
With more than 17 different restaurants offering dishes prepared with local ingredients, like Grove or The Green Well, it’s obvious that Grand Rapids is full of fresh-loving foodies who know the best meal is served up sourced from the farm next door.
Good food is everywhere, but some restaurants truly stand out as great.
To find the best restaurant each state has to offer, we sifted through our list of the Best Restaurants in America, The Daily Meal's 101 Best Restaurants in America list, James Beard award nominations, expert reviews, and local recommendations, paying particular attention to fine-dining establishments.
Grove wins Restaurant of the Year award second year in a row from Grand Rapids Magazine.
New York Magazine's Grub Street food news section named a Grove dessert cake as one of its "101 of America's Most Crazy-Awesome New Desserts."
Grove, one of the newer and more hyper-local restaurants on the Grand Rapids food scene, made a recent splash courtesy of a blogger from the Big Apple.
Farm-to-table food is practically de rigeur for new restaurants, but one of the most impressively locavore-leaning pastry programs we found was in Michigan's second most-populous city, of all places.
Grove opened in September to rave reviews with the Grand Rapids Press. On-the-Town took some time with the executive chef Patrick Wise to talk about his inspiration, the new restaurant, and Restaurant Week.
There was a quiet buzz among the city's foodies surrounding the opening of Grove restaurant on Cherry Street. The anticipation was deafening.
Grove, the latest restaurant venture from Essence Restaurant Group, opened this Tuesday at 5 p.m. in East Hills.
A menu that changes with the harvest and the offerings of local, sustainable farmers. That is what diners can expcet to see at the new Grove restaurant opening in East Hills.
Menu offers items from sustainable farms and suppliers.
Essence Restaurant Group announces Grove as its 3rd area dining concept.