- OTOpenTable DinerDetroit / Eastern Michigan •2 reviews5.0Dined 4 days agoThe foie gras with fig marmalade, pickled fennel, and onion-herb mini salad was fantastic (a starter). It was loaded with interesting flavors. Everyone in our party liked their entries, and the presentation was carefully though out. Each plate was beautifully arranged. Also, the service was great, very attentive but not too present. One small criticism, the pour for a $14 glass of wine was what could only be described as less than generous, leaning towards miserly. A nice wine list. The live piano music was not too loud, and provided just the right ambiance.More infoButch's Dry DockPrice: Expensive• Contemporary American• Holland•4.5
- JLJeffreyLTahoe / Reno Area •5 reviews5.0Dined 4 days agoGreat fun drinks, wait staff was top notch and gave great recommendations.More infoObstacle No. 1Price: Moderate• Cocktail Bar• Holland•4.9
- MJMarilynJDGrand Rapids / Western Michigan •3 reviews5.0Dined 5 days agoAlways great food & service, very consistent, staff is great!More infoCrazy Horse Steakhouse and SaloonPrice: Moderate• Steak• Holland•4.8
- OTOpenTable DinervipCharlotte •5 reviews5.0Dined on Nov 28, 2023We went last night, 11/28, before the Christmas Parade in Holland. I had a time constraint (the only one of the four of us) and had to order, eat, and leave within about 30 minutes. Our server was very accommodating, saying that the kitchen could easily meet that time constraint. And they did! Beautifully and deliciously! My husband and I both had the crab topped Whitefish with a garden salad. My needs were met and the rest of the group didn’t feel rushed at all. Overall, another great experience at Seventy Six. We’ll be back often!More infoSeventy Six RestaurantPrice: Expensive• American• Holland•4.6
- OTOpenTable DinervipSan Francisco Bay Area •1 review4.0Dined on Nov 24, 2023Nice place. Good food. Needs a better bartender. Loud!More infoPoquito - HollandPrice: Moderate• Spanish• Holland•4.5
Discover West Olive
Grand Rapids was ranked as one of the coolest cities in the country, and its food scene has a lot to do with it. West Olive is full of trendy restaurants and interesting venues. One of the best things about the city is the diversity of its dining. There are farmer-chic restaurants out in the open country serving Texas barbecue in refurbished barns, and there are sophisticated cafes downtown offering bubbly mimosas and fresh pastries. There are also many ethnic restaurants, like Mexican fine dining and Spanish tapas bars. No matter where you go in West Olive, you're almost certain to find good beer. Grand Rapids was, after all, named Beer City USA. Try one of the area's many unique brews while you enjoy your meal.