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What to get at Social Misfits in Grand Rapids

13 Eats: In a city built on change, beer and rooting for the Detroit Lions, this weird little restaurant is a brilliant champion for us all.

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — There is no shortage of incredible restaurants in Grand Rapids. But with so many options, how do you choose where to indulge? We — 13 ON YOUR SIDE digital producers Riley and Amy — have set out to find the tastiest spots in the area and are documenting our journey with a series called 13 Eats.

13 Eats is all about highlighting the best restaurants in the Grand Rapids area. This week, we’re gettin’ weird and trying some unique waffle dishes at a new eatery called Social Misfits.

About Social Misfits

What started as an idea on the back of a napkin has turned into one of the coolest dining spots in Grand Rapids. Social Misfits is a new

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Restaurant Stocks Face Tough Going in New Year

Restaurant stocks may have feasted in 2021, but negative events are stacking up against food and beverage establishments in early 2022 – and that could mean thin gruel for restaurants over the long haul.

“In review, 2021 was an interesting year for restaurants, and one where you realize how much we take for granted,” said TheStreet’s Jonathan Heller in Real Money recently. “It was no longer as simple as hitting the local drive-thru and quickly getting your order. I can’t tell you the number of times that I found places closed or waited more than a half hour for a drive-thru order.”

If disruptions hurt the industry, investors couldn’t tell based on 2021 restaurant stock returns.

“A basket of 40-plus restaurant stocks I follow were up an average of about 33% for the year versus 28.7% for the S&P 500, 14.8% for the Russell 2000 and 19.3% for the

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Restaurant Week in NYC: Staten Island eats are represented in the program

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — Restaurant Week kicks off this month on Jan. 18 to promote the New York City hospitality industry.

At the moment, Lorenzo’s Restaurant, Bar and Cabaret at the Hilton Garden Inn in Bloomfield is the only participating venue for the borough.

Restaurant Week runs from Jan. 18 to Feb. 13, Monday through Friday.

“We love participating in Restaurant Week because the special menu and pricing often attracts new guests to try Lorenzo’s — and we have a large, spacious dining room with an 1893 Steinway piano, delicious food, a fully vaccinated staff,” said Lois and Richard Nicotra, owners of the Hilton’s resident, linen cloth eatery. They pointed out upgrades in ventilation with the addition of the Atmos Air Purification system.

Restaurant Week allows them to show off their menu.

The Nicotras said, “Sometimes people who haven’t dined here yet think a restaurant in a hotel doesn’t have

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