This week: Graffiato opens its doors after a summer-long delay, the Sammich Bus rolls into RVA’s increasingly-crowded food truck scene, and oysters take over the 17th Street Farmer’s Market. All this and much more!
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Bud Ohly departs the company, headquartered in West Broad Village, after more than 20 years.
Interest in the building at 1700 Summit Avenue demonstrates that the burgeoning neighborhood is in high demand.
This week: Long-awaited upscale grocer Southern Season opened today at Libbie Mill, two restaurant empires expand, Style Weekly questions whether the region’s craft brewery bubble is about to pop, and much more.
This 46-year-old retail spot already has an entry on deadmalls.com.
The center will be provide health education to the community.
New list will showcase the region’s most thriving firms.
One of the most anticipated new restaurants has opened and is already turning heads, plus a rundown of this weekend’s many food festivals and an upcoming discussion that will feature the city’s leading restaurant owners.
VCU’s new athletic director talks about his decision to come to VCU, what being in the Atlantic 10 will do for the school, and how the program will thrive.