The Hofheimer Building in Scott’s Addition is home to rooftop and gallery event spaces, a local transportation startup, and will soon be the home of Peter Chang.
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The Italian restaurant opened near Peter Chang’s in Short Pump in June of 2014.
The well-known Szechuan chef will occupy part of the Hoffheimer Building on West Broad Street following extensive renovations.
There’s no shame in asking for a side of white rice to cool things down after an order of Peter Chang’s spicy dan dan noodles.
Amid the hullabaloo surrounding Baja Bean’s lease not being renewed, there are new restaurants popping up, old favorites offering new deals, and festivals happening that will make your tummy a very happy camper.
From the Washington Post: Lee and Chang’s next project will likely be in downtown Richmond. The business partners are close to signing a lease at the Hilton Garden Inn, where Chang hopes to open a 6,000- to 7,000-square-foot restaurant, Lee says. The…
Peter Chang heading to Shockoe? 525 at the Berry Burke opens Downtown, and Veggie Fest kicks off Saturday
Tons of food news this week: restaurant openings, closings, and a festival thrown in for good measure.
It was a rough start to the week for Carytown’s mom-and-pop ice cream shop as they were burglarized. Not that far away, a former bagel shop went on the market, and the Food Cart Court gets a proper organizer with farmers’ market experience.
A culinary mastermind that’s been featured in the New York Times brings his Sichuan dishes to the area, one of the tastiest charity events of the year still has tickets available, and Richmond’s talented restaurant community will be honored by the Elby’s