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The Devil’s Triangle gets a Little Saint on the block with new restaurant

Little Saint, a new venture from the folks behind Tarrant’s Café and Max’s on Broad, is now open in the Museum District.

Trevor Dickerson

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A new restaurant has opened in the Devil’s Triangle, bringing new life to the building that once housed DECO Ristorante, and the new concept is being served up by some familiar names in Richmond’s dining scene.

BizSense has all the details:

A local restaurant group has served up its first Museum District venture.

Little Saint, the latest addition to RVA Hospitality, which owns Tarrant’s Café, Max’s on Broad and Tarrant’s West, is now open in the former Deco Ristorante space at 2901 Park Ave.

It’s the first restaurant opened by RVA Hospitality owner Frances Santarella, who took over the company last year from her late husband Ted Santarella.

Sean Rapoza is Little Saint’s general manager, coming over from Tarrant’s West to oversee a staff of about 30. He’ll be joined at the end of the month by bar manager Ryan Pantos, who’s currently at Graffiato Richmond downtown.

Read the full article to learn more about the restaurant’s plans here.

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Trevor Dickerson is the Editor and Co-Founder of RVAHub.