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Tazza Kitchen adding 1,000 square feet to original location in Short Pump

The $500,000 expansion will see the original location of the growing local chain increase the size of its kitchen and add a new pickup window, among other things.

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From Richmond BizSense:

As it starts to serve up prepared meals on the side, a local restaurant chain is growing in the Short Pump location that got it all cooking.

Tazza Kitchen plans a $500,000 expansion at its original outpost at 3332 Pump Road by adding an adjoining space that previously housed Natale’s Alteration Express, which has moved elsewhere within the Short Pump Crossing shopping center.

The expansion will add 1,000 square feet to Tazza’s existing 3,400, extending the restaurant’s kitchen area and tying the next-door space at 3328 Pump Road into Tazza’s lease with S.L. Nusbaum Realty, which manages the shopping center.

Tazza co-owner Susan Davenport said the restaurant will benefit from a larger kitchen.

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Starbucks adding new location at Libbie Mill development

Starbucks Corporation leased 2,490 square feet of retail space at 2363 Roux Street, according to leasing agents Pete Waldbauer and Nicki Jassy of Thalhimer, who represented the tenant.

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Starbucks is adding a location at the growing Libbie Mill Midtown development at Staples Mill and Bethlehem Roads in the Near West End.

Starbucks Corporation leased 2,490 square feet of retail space at 2363 Roux Street, according to leasing agents Pete Waldbauer and Nicki Jassy of Thalhimer, who represented the tenant.

The address places the new location near existing restaurant Shagbark.

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‘We’re Open’ sign program helps local restaurants signal takeout, delivery options

The “We’re Open” signs are a part of Richmond Region Tourism’s #TakeoutRVA campaign to help local businesses promote their takeout and delivery offerings during the coronavirus pandemic. More than 500 have been distributed.

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New green “We’re Open” signs are on display in the windows of local restaurants and craft beverage producers around the region to signal takeout and delivery options for customers.

The “We’re Open” signs are a part of Richmond Region Tourism’s #TakeoutRVA campaign to help local businesses promote their takeout and delivery offerings during the coronavirus pandemic. More than 500 signs have been distributed. Dining and craft beverage partners can also download graphics for social media at Richmond Region Tourism’s website.

Richmond Region Tourism is maintaining a list of restaurants and craft beverage purveyors offering takeout and delivery options at www.takeoutrva.com. Businesses can request a sign for their establishment by emailing Michael Spurlock at [email protected].

“Many of your favorite local restaurants and craft beverage purveyors are open for business and offering takeout, delivery or curbside pickup options,” said Jack Berry, President & CEO of Richmond Region Tourism. “These establishments are a vital part of Richmond’s vibrant culture and we’re hoping those who can, will continue to support these businesses during the coronavirus pandemic.”

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Billy Jack’s Shack Closing for Good

Unfortunately, I’m sure this won’t be the last time we’ll be writing about a restaurant not being able to re-open.

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Billy Jack’s Shack the local spin-off of the Westend’s Jack Brown’s Beer & Burger Joint at 5810 Grove Ave. will not survive the economic downturn of COVID-19. According to this Richmond BizSense.com article on the closure, Jack Brown’s is doing alright for now considering the situation.

Owners Jason Owenby, Mike Sabin, and Aaron Ludwig made the announcement on Billy Jack’s Shack Facebook.

It is with heavy hearts that we make the unfortunate announcement that Billy Jack’s RVA will be closing down permanently. While our time here was brief, the relationships and memories we’ve made are eternal. We appreciate everything that y’all have done for us, especially those of you in the Bone Club. These are difficult times for everyone involved and if you would like to support some of our staff who are now facing employment uncertainty, please feel free to donate at the link below. We can not properly express how much this decision pains us and how bad we are going to miss everyone. Please message with any further questions and stay tuned to our Instagram page for some trips down memory lane

https://www.billyjacksshack.com/tip-yo-server/

 

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