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Meet Little Lucy’s and Brighton Graye’s: The newest additions to Plainfield’s burgeoning food scene

July 28, 2016

Rapid Growth Media wrote a feature of Little Lucy’s Café and Brighton Graye’s Bistro as the newest additions to the Creston Neighborhood, which are complimentary to the rapidly developing food scene on Plainfield.

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Restaurant Partners Are All About Neighborhood Flavor

July 29, 2016

The Grand Rapids Business Journal spoke with L&B Portfolio’s Larry Zeiser about their newest ventures, Little Lucy’s Café and Brighton Graye’s Bistro, and Larry and Brian Giampapa’s dedication to offering high-quality eateries in the Grand Rapids neighborhoods, especially the Creston neighborhood.

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Grand Rapids Welcomes Two New Eateries

July 25, 2016

WZZM13 visited us at Little Lucy’s Café and Brighton Graye’s Bistro to highlight the addition Creston neighborhood’s newest pair of restaurants. Some of our wonderful guests commented that the cuisine at both restaurants feature delicious, unique ingredients and fun and vibrant atmospheres.

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Eating Our Way Through Grand Rapids

May 27, 2016

Eating Our Way Through Grand Rapids dined at Little Lucy’s for breakfast upon our first week of opening and enjoyed their experience! “This latest venture of L & B Portfolio (Graydon’s Crossing, Logan’s Alley, Derby Station) has really provided a great addition to the neighborhood and eliminated an unused, vacant building.”

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Vacant D’Amico’s Market on Plainfield to Become Bakery Cafe, Upscale Bistro

August 19, 2015

Restaurateurs Larry Zeiser and Brian Giampapa both wanted to bring good food and great coffee to their neighborhood on Grand Rapids’ Northeast side. So they decided to renovate an abandoned building into a café and full-service restaurant in the Creston Neighborhood.

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New Eatery Planned for Vacant Building in Grand Rapids

April 14, 2016

A couple of area restaurant investors put their money into a vacant building along Plainfield Avenue to continue the tradition of the building being run by family, even naming the new business after their children. It’s the site of the former D’Amico’s Food Market, which closed down in 2011. Before that, the building was home to Daane’s Food Market.

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