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This week: Two popular restaurants expand their footprint with locations in the West End, while another crosses the river to southside. Plus, details on the closure of a vampire-themed restaurant and a look at six fantastic women shaking things up in Richmond’s dining scene.
Lots going on this week in Richmond’s food scene. New beers, new treats, restaurants closing, and restaurants for sale. Food news!
A sweet looking coffee cart pops up around town, a new pizza truck is in the works, The Roosevelt gets a nice magazine nod, and a Fan restaurant now serves lunch.
Competition between two competing food truck courts has hurt many of RVA’s food trucks. But a meeting on Monday has helped set things straight.
RVA’s food truck court has announced new locations and times, while one of its prominent food trucks has severed ties and launched a competing operation.
Most lauded the gathering of local food trucks at the Virginia Historical Society, but not everyone thinks the Food Truck Court is a good thing
The Virginia Historical Society is a Food Truck Court, a gathering of several mobile catering vendors, for two weeks in April. Participating food trucks will offer gourmet chef inspired food, specialty beverages, and desserts. Patrons are invited to utilize the picnic tables and grassy courtyard located inside the VHS parking lot to enjoy their dining […]
Last weekend was the humble beginnings of what may become a new food phenomenon in Richmond—the pod. How one food cart owner is trying to make a consolidation of carts a nighttime destination, putting the city on par with cities like Portland, Austin, and New York City.