New Restaurants in June: Spiral Noodle, The Boathouse, Kanoa Latin Cuisine, Sugar Shack, CTBF, Kohlmann’s Market
The month of June was all about expanding empires.
Photo by: Stephanie Ganz
June 8th • 3131 W. Cary Street
Catch the noodle wave, which is the wave that immediately followed the frozen yogurt wave! It’s a very popular wave to catch, so it makes sense that Spiral Noodle fills the physical space on Cary Street left by Yapple, but, of course, not the metaphorical space left inside of our hearts!
The Boathouse — Short Pump
June 11th • Short Pump Town Center
From the South Side to the East End to the West End, The Boathouse’s empire now covers basically the entire city. I’d make a Risk joke right here, but I’ve never successful played a game of Risk–I’ve spent hours setting up the board, but always ran out of time before playing. Anyway, don’t spend your time inside playing Risk, spend it frequenting whichever Boathouse is your favorite. If you need help deciding, our pal Trevor took some pictures of the newly-opened Short Pump location.
Kanoa Latin Cuisine
June 15th • 417 W. Grace Street
The RTD’s Karri Peifer has each and every detail you could ever want about Kanoa, which opened down on the 400 block of W. Grace Street. Latin food! In the heart of downtown!
Sugar Shack — Huguenot
June 17th • 1931 Huguenot Road
I heard Sugar Shack is opening new locations in strategic position so that when you plot them all on a Google Map it forms the shape of a massive doughnut encircling Richmond. That’s just what I heard though.
Carytown Burgers & Fries – Short Pump
June 19th • 200 Towne Center West
CTBF continues to expand to places clearly not in C–which is great and exciting for them but probably confusing for out-of-towners. This newest outpost joins the growing ranks of local dining spots in Short Pump, and with 24 taps (that include plenty of local beers) CTBF-SP might be the perfect oasis for a quick stop next time you’re out at the Apple Store.
June 29th • 109 E. Grace Street
New Perly’s opened a market next door, and while people are bound to call it Perly’s Market for the rest of forever, it is, in fact, called Kohlmann’s Market. Our intrepid food reporter, Stephanie Ganz, grabbed a bunch of pictures on opening day. I love a neighborhood market!
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