Lots going on this week in Richmond’s food scene. New beers, new treats, restaurants closing, and restaurants for sale. Food news!
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Cous Cous reboots as The Well, Julep’s throws down for an awesome 10th birthday party, and a last-minute guide to Mother’s Day brunch options.
Through excellent service, 24 beers on tap, and a comfortable environment, The Savory Grain hopes to grow a great and lasting reputation.
Carytown is a hub of new restaurant activity with a new Indian restaurant that just opened, and two more following close behind.
While one restaurant announces its closed, another tries to open after being delayed, and a look at Garnett’s tasty homage to VCU basketball players.
This week saw Pearl Raw Bar open in The Fan, the 70-year-old Weiman’s Bakery close, and the owner of Don’t Look Back picked up a third restaurant spot on the 2900 block of Cary.
After steering several of RVA’s most popular bars, Rick Lyons now turns his attention to a simple–but no less extraordinary–restaurant.
The column contained herein is for those of you without interest in or tickets to Monty Python’s SPAMALOT.
Tax issues closed one restaurant and renovations closed another, meanwhile Church Hill welcomes a new restaurant and Richmond gets all “shaka-brah” in the kitchen.
The staff showed up to locked doors and taxation police.