This week: Oktoberfest is in full swing, Beast Feast and the Italian Festival return, and local businesses take on Yelp and VCU’s host of chains. All this and more!
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Four new restaurants opened this week, from Oregon Hill to Chester; Willow Lawn to Short Pump. Lots of beer news, too, including a top ten brewer eyeing the city for expansion. Plus, chef and author Kendra Bailey Morris takes a trip to the paw-paw patch before stopping into Southern Season for a cookbook signing.
Drink beer while watching a movie about beer making and drinking.
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.
Titans of beer clash in this battle royale.
Looking to get your Irish on? Look no further.
Several of beer’s leading women will be in RVA this weekend to talk about their experiences (and brews!).
A former head chef from The Phoenician takes the reins of Selba. Over at Capital Ale House, a new corporate executive chef has been hired, one who plans to tweak the menu to focus more on local ingredients, and the 7th Annual Central Virginia Wine Festival features 15 wineries this weekend.
One last chance to dine out and give to the volunteer group Friends of James River Park. Tonight is the last Community Chest night at any Capital Ale House. Continue reading →
RICHMOND JAZZ SOCIETY’S GUEST EDUCATORS SERIES Presents Award winning Pianist/Composer MICHELE ROSEWOMAN And Virginia saxophonist MARK SHIM With Mike Hawkins on bass and Billy Williams on drums Tuesday, September 8, 2009, 7PM Doors open at 6PM Capital Ale House, Downtown Music Hall 623 East Main Street Free Deck Parking at 6th & Main Advance Tix: […]