The Forest to Close “Temporarily” on Monday December 7th
The restaurant states that the new 10 PM shutdown cuts into to sales too much to keep it open.
Tacky Lights Carwash at Tommy’s
Clean car and check out over 50,000 lights at Tommy’s.
Fresh off their successful haunted carwash Tommy’s Express (7048 Forest Hill Ave) is getting all lit up for the holidays.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year and Tommy’s Express Richmond is going to ensure you get into the Christmas spirit!
Starting Friday, December 11th the express car wash will be hosting a Tacky Lights Car Wash! Decked out in thousands of lights and holiday décor, the wash will be transformed into a winter wonderland! There will be over 50,000 lights, animations, music, and even a mail box to send
your Christmas wish list to Santa!
For $20 per car you can get a top wash and experience a magical event! TommyClub Members admission will be included in the cost of their monthly wash membership.
A unique experience and Covid safe.
Tommy’s Express Tacky Light Car Wash will be taking place daily, starting Friday, December
11th, to Sunday, December 27th; 5pm – 8pm. Closed on Christmas.
Learn More and Voice Your Opinion on Proposed Casino
The citizens of Richmond will have the final say in whether to bring a resort casino to Richmond via a voter referendum expected to appear on the November 2021 ballot.
In January of this year, the Pamunkey Indian Tribe announced plans to build a casino resort on 36 acres of land near Ingram and Commerce Avenue. The tribe is in the process of securing all the land necessary. If everything goes according to plan the resort will be the home to a 275-room hotel, 1,000 space parking lot, restaurants and of course gambling. The estimated cost of the project is $350 million.
In April 2020, the Virginia General Assembly authorized 5 cities to allow full-service casinos to operate in their jurisdictions. The General Assembly Law requires that the proposed casino operator/site be approved by a voter referendum. In November 2020 Danville, Norfolk, Bristol, and Portsmouth voters approved casino operators/sites to establish in their cities. The City of Richmond is issuing an RFQ/P to select an operator and site. Following the City’s selection of a preferred operator and site, the citizens of Richmond will have the final say in whether to bring a resort casino to Richmond via a voter referendum expected to appear on the November 2021 ballot. For more information, visit www.rva.gov/economic-development/resort-casino.