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New cafe opens in downtown Grand Rapids resort

GRAND RAPIDS, MI — A new restaurant on the very first-ground of the Cover by Hilton hotel in downtown Grand Rapids is scheduled to open up Friday, Sept. 3.

Portico, 131 Ionia Ave. SW,, will provide a range of appetizers, sandwiches, salads, soups, and entrees these as Cornish hen and cornbread, as nicely as smoked turkey and polenta ravioli.

“All Canopy resorts are uniquely intended to rejoice the neighborhoods they are in with an emphasis on nearby,” Mark Parker, the hotel’s common manager, claimed in a information launch.

“Our Portico house exudes the wealthy history of Furniture Town by way of our Mid-Century Contemporary Structure. Loaded wood textures and art through the area are a refined nod to the logging sector that on which Grand Rapids was built.”

The restaurant’s menu can be uncovered below.

The Cover by Hilton opened in September 2020 at the Studio Park enhancement in downtown Grand Rapids.

Portico Cafe, which serves coffee and many breakfast products, has been functioning considering the fact that the lodge opened. But Friday will mark the 1st time the Portico restaurant is open up for supper. The restaurant is open up for dinner Tuesday via Saturday, from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.

In addition to meal, the restaurant also serves cocktails, beer and wine.

“Grand Rapids is a city known for its breweries,” Direct Food items and Drink Enthusiast Nick Oostendorp stated in a information release. “With holding the title of, “Beer Town, United states,” it was natural for Portico to attribute Grand Rapids area breweries on faucet. We needed to consider it one particular move even further and leverage the talent we have in this town by curating characteristic cocktails which highlight our Grand Rapids distilleries like Japanese Kille, New Holland Artisan Spirits, and Lengthy Street Distillers.”

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