When I first moved to Richmond over 10 years ago I made it my personal quest to eat at every BBQ joint I could find. Naturally, I was excited once I found Extra Billy’s because they smoked meats and brewed beers.
Archives: pints and pint-sized
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!
A very special RVA brewery edition of Pints & Pint-sized.
I remember the first time I saw The Daily under construction, I said to my husband, “that place looks fancy and not at all kid friendly.” Boy, did I learn not to judge a restaurant by its chic wooden façade.
You can’t mention beer in Richmond without mentioning Mekong.
The atmosphere at Crossroads is always a bit unexpected–and so is their beer.
821 Cafe’s food–both quantity and quality–and great beer are worth the wait.
I’m not a big fan of chain restaurants, but my cold, snobby heart makes an exception for the ‘Shroom.
The Cask: great beers, great sausage, not bad for kids–just come prepared.
This Fan classic is good for both the kids and the beer drinkers in your family.