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.
The week-long event will benefit the Henrico Christmas Mother program.
It’s hard to keep up with Richmond’s ever changing restaurant scene. So, for 2014, we’re going to do our best to keep up to date with all of RVA’s newest and most delicious businesses. Check back often as we’ll be updating this post throughout the year.
More doughnuts, more beer…the only thing keeping this city from becoming a bunch of Homer Simpsons meandering down one-way streets is the punch-in-the-palate that is GWARbar. (To be clear, we have no problem with Homer Simpson.)
A GoFundMe page has been set up to raise money to help employees of the now-shuttered Quaker Steak and Lube get through the holidays.
Another month, another set of restaurants for you to add to your lists.
Over the river and through the woods, Bon Air has become a destination for young families, and several restaurateurs are following their lead.
Another month, another set of new restaurants to try out.
Sweet Tea’s should be moved within a month and a new restaurant springing up in it’s place.
Hilda Staples has opened six restaurants in as many years with Top Chef contestants Bryan Voltaggio and Mike Isabella. She dishes on the differences between DC and RVA and how she makes the magic happen.