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VTB | Dec 25, 201512:52 PM     2

Happy Holidays all. I'm going to be in Grand Rapids for a couple days, with the kid. Willing to travel to Holland, Saugatuck, Grand Haven or even South Bend. Anybody have some good food suggestions-- German, Scandinavian, French, fresh lake fish, house cured meats, greenhouse-to-table, or just something I likely couldn't easily find in Detroit (non Detroiters pls use your assumptions)? I'm not really looking for art-on-a-plate, or a $90 steak for my 9y.o., or a gastropub that happens to be particularly kid-unfriendly (<--atmosphere-wise ...food-wise my kid will eat anything; how lucky! ). Thank You

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