Swine, brine, and #rvadine descend upon Ardent Craft Ales in Scott’s Addition Friday night.
Enjoy oysters and wine, and support a worthy cause–everyone wins.
This week: Rappahannock gets featured in the second national magazine in as many weeks, a number of popup restaurant events are going on around town, and Dinner in the Field is back. Plus, details on the Scott’s Addition Pumpkin Festival and a new restaurant at Rocketts Landing. All this and more!
Virginia’s oyster population now thrives after near decimation.
Various Richmond mainstays on the ol’ cal this weekend, plus some hopeful mainstays-to-be. Here’s a hint: one’s on 2nd Street, one’s in Ginter Park, and one’s on the seat of a bicycle built for one.
Family-owned oyster farms along the Chesapeake Bay are creating jobs and cleaning the Bay–one delicious mollusk at a time.
Travis Croxton is helping replenish the Chesapeake Bay oyster and revitalizing RVA’s downtown dining scene…with the help of a milkshake.
Burger Bach is rightly known for its beef, but they also serve quite the variety of shellfish–cooked or otherwise.
One woman has shucked her way to elite status, and this Saturday, she and her sister will be in town to show off their talents.
Over a decade ago, two cousins inherited an oyster operation without any experience. They now run nationally-renowned oyster farms and a new seafood restaurant downtown.