This week: GWARBar brings upscale junk food to Jackson Ward, drag queens take over Richmond CenterStage for the “Chicks and Waffles Brunch,” and Southern Living Magazine honors four Richmond restaurants in its “100 Best Restaurants in the South” list.
Archives: Six Burner
Three family members have created an exciting restaurant in The Fan built around quality, seasonality, and some of the best cocktails you’ll ever taste.
Lovers of oysters will soon be able to indulge in the delicacy, a new dessert spot will bring sweet joy to your taste buds, and a local coffee shop will get not one, but TWO patios.
A Richmond restaurant trio on the fast track will be taking over Main Street’s Six Burner. Joe Sparatta, and Emilia Sparatta announced today that they will be taking over the restaurant space for Heritage, with plans to be up and running by October 2nd.
This weekend brings with it a delectable array of food festivals: the beloved Greek Festival returns and Broad Appétit will showcase the best of RVA food for $3. Plus Six Burner revamps its menu and interior.
Menu and contact information for the 2012 Spring Restaurant Week.
Buz and Ned’s goes West End, Dixie chicken heads to Hills & Heights, and Proper Pie gets a proper spot in Church Hill
In case you haven’t heard, Carytown is getting a taste of Nate’s tacos, Buzz and Ned’s makes plans to open a West End location next week, and a Korean BBQ Latin fusion restaurant is headed our way. All this, plus more, in our weekly recap of food news!