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!
17 chefs from 16 local restaurants are turning up the flavor again this October in support of the Richmond Folk Festival, and tickets are now on sale.
Julep’s will stay open in it’s current location through February.
Cous Cous reboots as The Well, Julep’s throws down for an awesome 10th birthday party, and a last-minute guide to Mother’s Day brunch options.
Menu and contact information for the 2013 Spring Restaurant Week.
The chef at Mint leaves for the comforts of Comfort, the new Rappahannock restaurant is open for lunch, and a downtown Asian restaurant is offering a different take on the hot dog.
Menu and contact information for the 2012 Fall Restaurant Week.
Menu and contact information for the 2012 Spring Restaurant Week.
Owner Amy Cabaniss is very familiar with RVA restaurants. The former owner of Cabo’s Corner Bistro, and current Julep’s proprietress has just opened a new restaurant, Mint. No stranger to 100-hour weeks, she hopes her new space will give Richmond a southern, “new casual” taste.