Michigan’s capital city welcomes 1.5 million visitors a year. Downtown Lansing contains a diverse array of galleries, retail stores and restaurants; many of Michigan’s most prominent law firms, lobbyists, and other professional offices. Downtown is also home to state and local government, three higher education facilities, a minor league baseball team, a convention center, a diverse collection of non-profit organizations, and a budding residential community.
Residents of Lansing are now able to eat, drink, and enjoy their communities in approved social district zones found throughout Old Town, REO Town, and Downtown Lansing. That means people in these three areas can now buy alcohol from participating businesses and...
If you're from the Lansing area, then by now, you should be familiar with where the former Clara's restaurant building is and has been since 1979. If you remember back in 2016, Clara's restaurant closed its doors after 38 years of business. In fact, I remember going...