Richmonders have so much to celebrate this week in the food world. Whether it’s welcoming a new grocery store to the suburbs or reaching the ten year anniversary of 821, it’s time for us to drink wine, eat delectable dishes, and be merry.
This week’s food news will put you on an emotional roller coaster. Whether it’s bidding adieu to a lovely downtown staple or celebrating two decades of another legend, there will be plenty of new tastings, pop-ups, and basically a copious amount of delicious food to help calm your hungry nerves.
A new happy hour downtown has graced us with its presence, there are new restaurants brought to us by veteran restaurateurs, cake is now easily accessible, and a fun festival is abrewing this weekend. What more could we ask for?!
RVA businesses are in full bloom this Spring, and we’re really excited about the growing beer-maker population, new places to get great food, and FOOD TRUCK SEASON
Noodles, doughnuts, award winning, survey taking, RVA food goodness all happening this week.
Don’t forget to wear green today. Also quickly stock up on bread, milk, bangers, and mash while you’re at it.
It’s still going to be a cool breezy day, but with the sun on your face and a few layers to boot, we can all get along with this Friday.
Sorry for those who prematurely shaved in preparation for warm weather, make sure to put on an extra pair of tights and wool mask to cover up that newly bare skin.
It’s finally here. Fall. Autumn. Boot weather. Hoodies. Scarves. More nice things that require layers! And while you wander the streets from Carytown to Church Hill, take a few moments to explore just how much fall you can squeeze out of the leaf-laden streets of Richmond (despite the street cleaners).
Although Richmond is coming into its own as a craft beer mecca of sorts, Secco Wine Bar is making sure we learn to appreciate the charm of carefully fermented grapes by offering Drink Something Different wine classes.