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Archives: Jake Crocker
This week: Rappahannock gets some major love from Esquire Magazine, feathers are flying with a new chicken joint and a chicken wing festival, plus we’ve got details on next week’s Fall Restaurant Week and Fire, Flour & Fork. All this and more!
Restaurants open, restaurants close, and geniuses make doughnut flavored ice cream. It’s the circle of life.
A local restaurateur announces another new restaurant, the Kitchen on Cary grand opening helps a good cause, and details on which chefs we can expect to see at this year’s Off Broad Appetit.
Richmond remains fertile ground for restaurants, and despite the recent cold March has yielded a good crop.
Tax issues closed one restaurant and renovations closed another, meanwhile Church Hill welcomes a new restaurant and Richmond gets all “shaka-brah” in the kitchen.
After months of delays, Uptown Market will finally open.
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.
Fanhouse on hiatus, Sprout leaves in style, Jake Crocker adds another business, and more restaurant news
The Fan is losing two restaurants, one permanently and the other for a just a “short” while…at least for now. Rockett’s Landing is doing so well that there are plans to expand their riverfront restaurant offerings, a BBQ hotspot is forced to shut down, Jake Crocker competes with VCU for control of the Fan District.