The menu is pretty huge, but there’s something for just about everyone.
This week: Two popular restaurants expand their footprint with locations in the West End, while another crosses the river to southside. Plus, details on the closure of a vampire-themed restaurant and a look at six fantastic women shaking things up in Richmond’s dining scene.
The owner of the Jackson Ward restaurant wants to dish out more than great meals.
Amid the hullabaloo surrounding Baja Bean’s lease not being renewed, there are new restaurants popping up, old favorites offering new deals, and festivals happening that will make your tummy a very happy camper.
Menu and contact information for the 2012 Spring Restaurant Week.
The owner of Bistro 27 is looking to add a more intimate dining experience by introducing a “meet the chef” happy hour, Secco in Carytown tries to accomodate more ‘butts,’ and the Dairy Bar celebrates their new ABC license by staying open later.
In the current edition of Style, Deveron Timberlake reports that Tarrant’s owner Ted Santerella will open a new restaurant, Tarrantino’s, at 305 Brook Road. Nicknamed “Tino’s”, the restaurant will feature “fresh seaf…