This year’s set of nominees spotlights some of the newer faces in RVA’s ever-growing restaurant scene.
A new upscale sports bar opens in The Fan, Yapple Carytown defaults on its lease, and one of America’s best beers hits the shelves.
The South of the James Farmers Market announced that it will stay in Forest Hill Park year round.
The warmer days of 2013 are behind us, so it’s time to seek out a lunch that will warm you up from the inside out.
A sign on the door of the Carytown Yapple frozen yogurt store says that the property has been taken over by the landlord due to a failure by Yapple to pay rent. The Willow Lawn Yapple location is still open.
The Pig and Pearl is now open in the old Republic spot.
As many new restaurants as adorable cheetah cubs. Can you even handle it!?
You can find Richmond’s own version of the croque madame at Can Can Brasserie.
Dot’s Back Inn serves up food that reminds me of Grandma’s cooking, if Grandma could actually cook.
For the past 5 years the South of the James Farmers’ Market has pulled up stakes the first week of December and re-opened as the South of the James Market a week or so later. Now they’re looking to stay put.