Archives: food news

COTU Brews

Food News: Shoryuken Ramen gets a temporary home, cider and craft beer galore, and happy hour for charity

This week: Richmond’s only pop-up ramen operation is one step closer to a brick-and-mortar location with a three-month residence, plenty of cider and craft beer happenings, and details on how you can enjoy an extended happy hour in Carytown for a great cause.

Alamo BBQ

Food News: Graze on Grace, Taste of the Fan, donut decline, and Church Hill’s burgeoning culinary scene

This week: Church Hill’s dining scene gets some major love from a national travel publisher, a JMU staple pulls into the former Phil’s space, a local donut shop pulls the plug on its West End location, and details on a whole host of dining events taking place this weekend and into next week.

brunswickstewfestival

Food News: Brunswick stew, autumn brews, cookies on campus, and coffeehouse growler fills

This week: Fire, Flour & Fork starts today and tickets are still available to a few events, there’s fresh competition in the cookie delivery scene, and The Roosevelt hires some familiar help. Plus, the dish on weekend events involving stew, brews, and gumbo.

Buddy's Place

Buddy’s taking over The Viceroy’s former space in the Devil’s Triangle

New location set to open sometime after Christmas.

Shoryuken Ramen

Food News: Oyster and mushroom farms, popup dinners, and pumpkin everything

This week: Rappahannock gets featured in the second national magazine in as many weeks, a number of popup restaurant events are going on around town, and Dinner in the Field is back. Plus, details on the Scott’s Addition Pumpkin Festival and a new restaurant at Rocketts Landing. All this and more!

The Cultured Swine

Food News: Rappahannock in Esquire, Fall Restaurant Week, and Cultured Swine

This week: Rappahannock gets some major love from Esquire Magazine, feathers are flying with a new chicken joint and a chicken wing festival, plus we’ve got details on next week’s Fall Restaurant Week and Fire, Flour & Fork. All this and more!

folkfeast2014

Food News: Stone Brewing, Farewell to Phil’s, and Folk Festival grub

This week: Richmond wins big by luring Stone Brewing’s new East Coast facility, Phil’s Continental Lounge closes after 75 years in business, and Graffiato begins serving brunch. Plus Folk Festival food and beer and a make-your-own hard cider workshop. All this and more!

Sweet Teas Southern Cusine

Food News: Growlers To Go, new Shockoe and Short Pump spots, and dining in Petersburg

This week: New restaurants are coming to Shockoe and Short Pump, and a new growler fill place is opening on the Boulevard (and there’s a place to get them locally now). Plus, full details on where to get your eat on at festivals around town this weekend and a preview of Commercial Taphouse’s new Asian fusion menu. All this and more!

Oktoberfest

Food News: Oktoberfest, Beast Feast, and fighting Yelp, VCU chains

This week: Oktoberfest is in full swing, Beast Feast and the Italian Festival return, and local businesses take on Yelp and VCU’s host of chains. All this and more!

The Betty on Davis

Food News: Armenian Food Festival, The Betty on Davis, and the end of Buddy’s

This week: Buddy’s announces a closing date after a 38-year run, The Betty on Davis opens, Mekong wins best beer bar again, and the Armenian Food Festival gets underway today. All this and more!

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