GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — It’s not often you get a two-for-one deal when it comes to restaurants, but in Grand Rapids, anything is possible, and you will now get to enjoy some new eats in town.
The owners of already-established restaurants Graydon’s Crossing, Logan’s Alley and Derby Station have opened two new dining establishments inside the old D’Amico Food Mart on Plainfield Avenue in the Creston neighborhood.
The cafe and bakery called Little Lucy’s Cafe and a full-service restaurant called Brighton Graye’s Bistro, opened this summer at 1747 Plainfield Ave. NE in the one building. The two restaurants have their own entrances, outdoor seating areas, staff and hours. The building has 52 on-site parking spots with additional street parking and a Rapid bus stop in front as well.
Both owners live in the Creston neighborhood and had Creston neighbors in mind as they created the businesses.