Archives: Strangeways Brewing

Strangeways Brewing celebrating three years of craft beer this Saturday

The brewery is marking three years with plenty of craft beer–including a new release–plus food, music, and fun.

Strangeways releasing Sugar Shack Samoa Porter this Saturday

Sugar Shack, Samoas, and craft beer. What more could you possibly want?

GWAR’s Sleazy P. Martini hosts showing of ‘Calamity of Snakes’ at Strangeways Brewing

The fun kicks off at 8:00 PM on Saturday, October 24th.

Catch a screening of craft beer documentary ‘Blood, Sweat, and Beer’ Thursday night

Get a behind the scenes look into the explosive growth of craft beer at Strangeways Brewing.

Food News: Rappahannock in Esquire, Fall Restaurant Week, and Cultured Swine

This week: Rappahannock gets some major love from Esquire Magazine, feathers are flying with a new chicken joint and a chicken wing festival, plus we’ve got details on next week’s Fall Restaurant Week and Fire, Flour & Fork. All this and more!

Food News: Growlers To Go, new Shockoe and Short Pump spots, and dining in Petersburg

This week: New restaurants are coming to Shockoe and Short Pump, and a new growler fill place is opening on the Boulevard (and there’s a place to get them locally now). Plus, full details on where to get your eat on at festivals around town this weekend and a preview of Commercial Taphouse’s new Asian fusion menu. All this and more!

Strangeways Brewing gets some love in the Denver Post

Beer and food writer highlights the brewery as one to check out at the Great American Beer Festival.

Food News: Graffiato opens, fans fling donuts for Foo Fighters, and details on the Sammich Bus

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!

Burlesque Is Coming at CenterStage

Burlesque Is Coming

Burlesque Is Coming.

Food News: The end of an era in the Fan, and RVA’s storied restaurant scene

This week: It’s the end of an era–and a new beginning–at Commercial Taphouse in the Fan. Plus, The Luncheonette opened this week, and we’ve got some interesting–and intricate–stories of how a few of our fair city’s latest establishments came to be.