GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) - A popular Detroit barbecue restaurant has opened a Grand Rapids location.
Slows Bar-B-Q, which got its start in Detroit’s Corktown neighborhood, officially opened Thursday at the Grand Rapids Downtown Market. The western Michigan location features a menu similar to the Detroit location’s offerings and provides to-go service.
Customers at SlowsGR place orders at a window and find seats along several rows of long tables with benches. Phil Cooley, co-owner of SlowsGR, says in a statement that the market location presented a great opportunity for Slows to “create a presence” in the area.
The Grand Rapids Downtown Market aims to foster a community of food entrepreneurs committed to locally produced ingredients.
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