Favorites: Dutch & Co.’s Common Law cocktail

Dutch & Co.’s excellent variation of the classic Last Word.

Favorites: Dinamo’s spicy Italian sausage

This is one of the best plates of food you can eat near VCU.

Favorites: Toast’s Sloppy Joseph

The Sloppy Joseph at Toast masterfully updates the sandwich you remember from elementary school while preserving key flavors from the original.

Favorites: Bistro Bobette’s sautéed rainbow trout

Lunch is a lower-cost way to try Bistro Bobette, this unassuming, yet excellent, French restaurant.

Favorites: Rappahannock’s barrel aged coffee & amari blend

Rappahannock’s barrel aged coffee & amari blend is best enjoyed in slow, contemplative sips

Favorites: Secco’s roasted maitake mushrooms

Secco Wine Bar approaches its fourth birthday in a couple of months, and it’s worth celebrating food that remains consistently inventive and delicious.

Favorites: Max’s on Broad’s Thai coconut curry moules-frites

Much of Max’s menu is appropriately Belgian and French, such as the classic moule-frites.

Favorites: Kuba Kuba’s Kuban roast pork

Mere blocks from VCU’s Monroe Park campus sits a Fan fixture: Kuba Kuba.

Favorites: LUNCH’s Scott’s Addition sandwich

The shoebox-sized LUNCH. | SUPPER! goes big on this sandwich.

Favorites: Saison’s Death Star flip

Grab a seat at Saison’s bar and embrace all things dark and tasty.

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