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We’ve always known that biscuits were a force of good in the world.
This week: Five local chefs share their favorite Thanksgiving recipes–from the traditional to the unique, two restaurants make a quick flip to new owners and concepts, the Elby Awards have been announced, and the inaugural Virginia Moonshine Festival comes to town this weekend.
Food News: Graze on Grace, Taste of the Fan, donut decline, and Church Hill’s burgeoning culinary scene
This week: Church Hill’s dining scene gets some major love from a national travel publisher, a JMU staple pulls into the former Phil’s space, a local donut shop pulls the plug on its West End location, and details on a whole host of dining events taking place this weekend and into next week.
Bring the coat on Monday for complimentary snacks and drinks but donations will be accepted all month.
Two people who started serving in the 1980s reflect on how the city’s dining scene has changed.
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.
If you can believe it, Richmond summer events are in full swing, and the #rvadine scene leads the way with upcoming restaurant openings, new chefs joining popular venues, and various charitable events that will help the community.