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.
Archives: Jen Mindell
How the owner of Baja Bean fell into the post-Civil War inspired restaurant that’s unlike anything in Richmond.
The big news yesterday was that Sub Rosa Bakery in Church Hill caught fire, but we also know that a new food truck will offer meatballs, a Fan staple gets new owners, and Devil’s Triangle is getting tastier.
A longtime wine seller will close its doors to make room for a next door restaurant, Mulligan’s in the Fan closes suddenly, and a traveling tour of downtown restaurants happens on Friday.
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.
One of the owners of New York Deli is opening a new restaurant in Carytown. It’s no ordinary Mexican restaurant, however, as it will feature food designed and prepared by Nate Gutierrez, founder of Nate’s Taco Truck.