One of the business’s first locations, on the Boulevard near West Broad Street, was the last to be razed.
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Land includes the former sites of Bill’s Barbecue and Shenandoah Shutters.
As we roll into a leisurely Fourth of July Weekend, there’s plenty going on in the restaurant world. A Church Hill chocolatier serves up West End ice cream, Charlottesville’s Continental Divide opens, and Chef Malcolm Mitchel resurfaces with his Mint Gastropub Concept in Petersburg.
Is a restaurant known for its limeades/shakes/slushes replacing a restaurant known for its limeades?
A picture is worth a thousand words, but a closed Bill’s Barbecue has proven to be worth a million stories. It was never just about the barbecue (but maybe the pies…or the limeade).
Check out U.S. Bike Route 1 on your bike, moped, scooter, or car with the windows down: getting there and back is a perfect piece of living in Richmond.
A long-time RVA staple is closing its doors; the city will add another pizza option to its palette; aand after two years of hurdles, Belmont Food Shop is now officially a restaurant.