On Our Radar, July 2022
More to love.
Love MI, an apparel store, opened in April in the final vacant space of the former Teerman’s in Downtown Holland. The shop carries sweatshirts, hoodies and T-shirts in a variety of colors and designs.
Attention fabric, paper and craft lovers! ColorWay Arts, a new craft store, is open at 219 N. Seventh St. in Grand Haven (the former Chocolate Grimalidi). The store offers a selection of DIY kits to make unique fabric boxes and other projects, plus DIY kits for crochet, embroidery and wool, among other products.
Gateway Mission, which has its main campus at 661 E. 24th St. in Holland, plans to begin construction of its new Gateway Spoon Cafe and Grill. The new restaurant will take the place of the former Denny’s restaurant, which is adjacent to Gateway’s main campus.
Gateway Spoon Cafe and Grill will be a place for the community to gather, connect and be filled. It will be a place to expand culinary and vocational training as well as a place for the community to connect with Gateway Mission.
Holland’s Windmill Island Gardens will be the location of a new winter festival, Magic at the Mill. Details are still being finalized, but the festival will take place in December and include a massive light display.
Bring your appetites to the newly opened Beefy’s Burger Shack, located at 909 W. Savidge St. in Spring Lake. Beefy’s specializes in smash burgers, hand-dipped milkshakes, fresh handmade onion rings and loaded fries.
Red Dock returns.
Months after announcing its closure, Red Dock Cafe, located at 219 N. Union St. in Douglas, has announced plans to reopen. The cafe is known for its fun décor, great views, live music and bar food made with fine meats and cheeses.