Old Nation Brewing Co.'s limited edition Tart Strawberry M-43 is back next week.
Detroit area chef Matt Prentice has died at 62.
A lawsuit against Depot Town's Sidetrack Bar & Grill alleges that the Ypsilanti eatery's pay practices violated the law.
Downtown Detroit is going to look different than it usually does on Opening Day this year.
Ypsilanti is closing several streets so they can be used for outside dining and shopping.
Detroit rapper Tone Tone said he wanted to create a safe Coney island for families, so he's opening Toney Island this weekend.
An upscale Detroit restaurant has a message for guests: Dress up and don't come in smelling like marijuana.
The tart and tangy brew arrives next month.
Marlena Pavlos-Hackney, who runs Marlena's Bistro and Pizzeria in Holland, "continued to willfully violate" the state's epidemic orders, according to a release from the attorney general's office.
The Warren Big Boy is finally open after a fire destroyed the building last May.
With a year of practice down, Michiganders can now put their pandemic training to the ultimate test - remaining safe on St. Patrick's Day.
Detroit's Greektown is welcoming three new restaurants and bars.
A restaurant association suggested tailoring indoor operations to the number of people testing positive each week. Per the MRLA's proposal, there would be no limitations if the test rate fell below 3%. If the rate climbed, the capacity limit would shrink.
The brewery, which opened its taproom in Royal Oak five years ago, plans to still sell its beer at local retailers. It is brewed out of Marshall, Michigan.
Michigan restaurants are still on track to reopen indoor dining on Feb. 1. However, they'll likely come with added restrictions.
The owners of Andiamo restaurants say they fear a long-term shutdown will devastate restaurants across Michigan for good.
A federal judge has ruled against an association of restaurant owners in Michigan who sued to stop health orders from closing indoor dining.
The fast food giant is the latest business to announce a mask mandate for customers in order to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
As restaurants reopen in Michigan, they're experiencing another issue - there's not enough staff to keep up with customers coming back in.
Residents in Fairlawn, Ohio, were greeted to an unexpected site at their local Taco Bell.