Archives: pints and pint-sized

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Pints and Pint-sized: The Daily

I remember the first time I saw The Daily under construction, I said to my husband, “that place looks fancy and not at all kid friendly.” Boy, did I learn not to judge a restaurant by its chic wooden façade.

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Pints and Pint-sized: Mekong

You can’t mention beer in Richmond without mentioning Mekong.

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Pints and Pint-sized: Crossroads — Forest Hill

The atmosphere at Crossroads is always a bit unexpected–and so is their beer.

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Pints & Pint-sized: 821 Cafe

821 Cafe’s food–both quantity and quality–and great beer are worth the wait.

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Pints & Pint-sized: Mellow Mushroom

I’m not a big fan of chain restaurants, but my cold, snobby heart makes an exception for the ‘Shroom.

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Pints and Pint-sized: The Cask

The Cask: great beers, great sausage, not bad for kids–just come prepared.

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Pints and Pint-sized: Joe’s Inn

This Fan classic is good for both the kids and the beer drinkers in your family.

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Pints and Pint-sized: Dot’s Back Inn

Dot’s Back Inn serves up food that reminds me of Grandma’s cooking, if Grandma could actually cook.

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Pints and Pint-sized: Benny’s BBQ

Each month Pints and Pint-sized will highlight a local restaurant where city-dwelling parents can take their children and enjoy a good brew or two (responsibly, of course). This month: Benny’s BBQ

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Pints and Pint-sized: Legend Brewing Co.

Each month Pints and Pint-sized will highlight a local restaurant where city-dwelling parents can take their children and enjoy a good brew or two (responsibly, of course). This month: Legend Brewing Co.