Tag Archives: Michigan

Lunch at The Market: Road Trip to St. Joseph

The Market St.-Joseph-building- featured image

This blog post takes you to the charming village of St. Joseph. It’s a beautiful stop between New York and Illinois. The Market isn’t just a food hall; it’s a mix of different food spots, a brewery, wine shop, farmers market, and coffee shops. Here, the thrill of finding new tastes blends with the peace and beauty of the surroundings. Food halls aren’t just making the dining scene better every day; they’re also expanding our choices on the road.

Stacey at Grand Rapids Mural- featured image

Grand Rapids: Urban Elegance: Cafe Culture and Architecture

Grand Rapids wasn’t on my radar, but this picturesque urban landscape is full of Victorian, Gothic Revival, Beaux-Arts, and Art Deco styles. Beyond its architectural allure, Grand Rapids boasts cozy cafes like Madcap Cafe on Brianna Taylor Way, where we indulged in a leisurely breakfast, basking in natural light. Additionally, Grand Rapids pays tribute to its influential women through “Women’s Way,” a collection of murals scattered across the city that artfully highlights the stories of prominent local women. Grand Rapids is a city that seamlessly combines urban development with the beauty of the natural world.