Secco and Can Can are the only restaurants in Carytown to be nominated for an award.
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You can find Richmond’s own version of the croque madame at Can Can Brasserie.
This week we ask Lauren how to spend a day with the kids, where to grab a great a six pack of beer, and how to host a birthday party while being considerate of dietary restrictions.
This week we’re doing things a little differently and bringing you a very special breakfast, lunch, and dinner edition of Ask Lauren.
Can Can shows how to change a popular item in some key ways to produce a worthy variation.
Well, looky-there, it’s October. I’m not sure how that happened either, but happen it did and it only means one thing: Winter is coming. We must embrace these final weeks of optimal weather and squeeze out every last bit of kid-friendly outdoor entertainment possible.
A new small plate restaurant opens near Centerstage, another one simply named ‘Lunch’ inches closer to opening by filing for an ABC license, and Can Can drops their French predilections for just one night to host an American whiskey dinner.
We got word this week about whether Baja Bean was going to stay in the Fan, Jake Crocker comes even closer to monopolizing Main and Stafford, and just down the road, Julep’s owner is putting the finishing touches on new restaurant, Mint.