GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WZZM) -It can be hard to get your kids to eat healthy, breaking the chicken nuggets and mac and cheese habit can seem overwhelming, but it can be done with a little help.
A West Michigan restaurant is changing the taste buds of some pre-schoolers and kindergartners and their doing it with a menu of hummus, sweet potato chips and chicken Caesar stuffed pitas.
Tucked a way in downtown Muskegon is a little restaurant called Mia & Grace.
"Every single item we create is made from scratch start to finish.", owner Jaime Paquin and her husband Jeremy started the restaurant about four years ago, based on farm fresh, organic food.
And they've made a commitment to making sure their customers are getting an eating experience that's full of natural flavor,"On an average day we serve anywhere from 60 to 125 people."