The annual walk paying homage to the horned, devil-like creature is back and bigger than ever before.
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Both the current restaurant space and Nile Ethiopian Cuisine have new concepts in the works, owner Hamooda Shami says.
Reviewer Karen Newton navigates a river of eclectic Ethiopian dishes at the Carytown spot.
Tours begin at 3:00 PM and will feature samples from six local restaurants and businesses.
The 3rd Annual Mystery Pin Crawl is in the Fan and Carytown on Wednesday.
RVA Krampusnacht, an event celebrating the mythical sidekick to St. Nicholas, returns to terrorize Carytown for a second year.
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: Shoryuken Ramen gets a temporary home, cider and craft beer galore, and happy hour for charity
This week: Richmond’s only pop-up ramen operation is one step closer to a brick-and-mortar location with a three-month residence, plenty of cider and craft beer happenings, and details on how you can enjoy an extended happy hour in Carytown for a great cause.
Food News: Fire, Flour, and Fork; beer, biscuits, and booze; and a veteran restaurant critic unmasked
This week: Two donut shops, a Fan restaurant, and a brewery forge westward; a biscuit bakery opens in Northside; and a local cafe eyes VCU for their fifth location. Plus, the RTD’s veteran restaurant critic is finally revealed after a decade long career of reviewing restaurants and dodging cameras.
Although Nile Ethiopian Restaurant is now closed, its menu lives on.