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Tazza launching The Big Kitchen, a drive-thru, gourmet food to go concept in Scott’s Addition

Tazza’s new forthcoming drive-thru concept on Altamont Avenue could best be described as a Brew Thru for freshly-made prepared foods to take home or serve to a large group. It’s expected to open later this year.

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Tazza Kitchen, the local restaurant chain with six locations–including one that opened last December on Roseneath Road Scott’s Addition–is doubling down in the neighborhood with a forthcoming gourmet to-go concept on Altamont Avenue.

The Big Kitchen, as the new business will be known, may sound familiar. It’s been the home and namesake of Tazza’s test and prep kitchen for all of its area locations since last year.

The Big Kitchen’s drive-thru bay and garage door (Photo: The Big Kitchen)

Now, the restaurant is opening the operation to the public in a drive-thru-type operation. Think of it as Brew Thru for freshly-made prepared foods to take home or serve to a large group. The restaurant will also offer delivery.

Danielle Goodreau, a graduate of Le Cordon Bleu Chicago, will serve as The Big Kitchen’s Executive Chef and will assist in recipe development company-wide. You may remember her from Rancho T or The Sharper Palate.

No word on when The Big Kitchen will officially open, we’re hearing it will be sometime this fall.

In the meantime, you can sign up for updates on the business’s opening on their website.

The Big Kitchen is located at 1600 Altamont Avenue in Scott’s Addition.

A selection of The Big Kitchen’s possible to-go options (Photo: The Big Kitchen)

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Alert Your Tastebuds Richmond Restaurant Week Has Begun

There are over 50 restaurants participating so no matter what you’re craving there is a restaurant for you.

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You’ve got even more options on dining and supporting FeedMore this year with Richmond Restaurant Week.

We are excited to introduce a new way for our community to experience RRWeek! We are putting YOU, the dining guest, in the drivers seat. Choose your restaurant, choose your dining location, and choose your donation amount. You get the same exceptional cuisine, our restaurants get support and promotion, and Feed More gets to provide more hunger relief to our community. It’s an all around big win for the Richmond community. Are you excited to join us?!

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With over a two dozen local restaurants participating, you are sure to find a longtime favorite or brand new love to explore and taste. Each restaurants’ menu will vary depending on their current offerings. There won’t be any special meals for RRWeek, but there will still be loads of incredibly delicious fare to choose from.

SECOND, CHOOSE YOUR DINING LOCATION

Each restaurant’s locations will vary, but you may have the option to eat inside, al fresco, or opt for take out or delivery. Spruce up your weeknight meal with delivery, plan a social distanced weekend event, or grab takeout and enjoy a picnic outdoors! The options are endless.

THIRD, CHOOSE YOUR DONATION AMOUNT

Finally, when you make your order, don’t forget to add a donation to Feed More! Each participating restaurant will have $5 donations available on their online menu for the duration of RRWeek. A $5 donation provides up to 20 meals for a neighbor in need. Feeling generous? Toss a few fivers in the cart and help Feed More give even more to our community’s most vulnerable populations.

There are over 50 restaurants participating so no matter what you’re craving there is a restaurant for you.

 

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Carmela’s Turning Off Pizza Ovens for Good

Carmela has been serving up pizza in Shockoe Bottom for the past three years.

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Posted to Facebook yesterday:

To our dearest customers, after careful consideration, we have decided to close our doors. We like to express our deepest gratitude to you all for your support and love for Carmela’s pizza over the past 3 years!
We like to thank our whole Carmela’s team, past and present. We’re so proud of what we’ve accomplished together and couldn’t have done it without your talent and great effort of everyone involved!!
We’re just incredibly thankful for the opportunity to have opened such a beautiful pizzeria. This may not be a goodbye forever, but for now, it’s the right choice for our family.
Thank you again for the sweet memories and for allowing us to serve you RVALots of love,
Victor & Melinda
Carmela’s
Carmela’s was located on 3 N 17th Street.

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Richmond VegFest Solves Your Saturday Eating Plans

Great food, speakers, cooking demos, music, and activities for the kids! Saturday, October 2nd at Byrd Park 12 -6 PM.

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