The southern-inspired restaurant from former Lemaire chef Walter Bundy opened its doors to diners Tuesday evening.
Chef Walter Bundy plans to open his own establishment at the Libbie Mill development after two decades at the helm of the restaurant inside the Jefferson Hotel.
This week: Richmond vies for the attention of Stone Brewing Co., one restauranteur is mum on an opening date for his delicatessen, while another announces the opening of his brewpub, and celebrity sightings abound at two local establishments. 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.
Sixth annual event celebrates French food, arts, culture, and more
It’s Folk Festival weekend! Have a blast, dance a ton, but don’t forget: you still need to eat.
Alligators, fires, and beehives–just a few fascinating things about The Jefferson. But maybe the most understated aspect of the historical hotel is its very modern restaurant.
Last night the who’s who of Richmond’s food scene gathered at the VMFA for the second annual Elbys. Hosted by Richmond Magazine, the Elbys are to Richmond restaurants what the Grammys are to music and the Oscars are to film.
Metro Grill is going through some changes, a new brunch in Jackson ward, and Kuba Kuba + Bacchus = ???
In this week’s food news we’ve got: news about two of the Fan’s favorite spots which joining forces, some answers to the rumors surrounding Metro Grill, a new brunch option in town, and a…PATIO ALERT!
A couple of restaurants in town pick up new chefs, while others picks up some local awards. And, of course, restaurants continue to open. Food News!