Not your traditional breakfast spot

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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich - If you're tired of cookie cutter chain restaurant's Manna Cafe may just be your new favorite spot!

The farm-to-table restaurant in Grand Rapids features fresh local, ingredients in all their dishes, all made in-house.

FOX 17's Annie Szatkowski got to try some of their most popular breakfast dishes, which Head Chef Michael McKay calls "a twist on the ordinary."

Stop by for breakfast or lunch at their location in the Forest Hills Center,  820 Forest Hill Ave SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49546.

You can visit their website or Facebook page for more information!


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  • William F.

    I don’t see the FTC-required “conspicuous” disclosure that this is an ADVERTISEMENT anywhere.
    Or is Fox17 relying on their users to perform that disclosure in the comments section?

    Well this is what full disclusure looks like:
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    • Andrew

      I don’t know what you are up to, but I support the sentiment and so I went to the FTC website and filled out a complaint myself just now. I don’t know if that helps or is what you are looking to accomplish, but I always feel insulted by these adverticles and if this helps them to be more clearly identifiable (or to go away completely) I will be happy.