Much of Max’s menu is appropriately Belgian and French, such as the classic moule-frites.
Stafford Avenue between Lady N’awlins and F.W. Sullivan’s will be closed today to make room for the party.
This moonshine is regulated so it taste good and won’t make you blind.
It’s hard to keep up with Richmond’s ever changing restaurant scene. So, for 2014, we’re going to do our best to keep up to date with all of RVA’s newest and most delicious businesses. Check back often as we’ll be updating this post throughout the year.
Three new restaurants opened in February.
Good food and good wine make RVA great.
Wait just a phoking second, Pho So 1 isn’t for sale just yet.
Anybody got the inside scoop or inside souvlaki?
Mere blocks from VCU’s Monroe Park campus sits a Fan fixture: Kuba Kuba.