Deep Run Roadhouse Closes Its VCU Restaurant
The original location at 12379 Gayton Road is still serving up barbecue so don’t fret if Deep Run Roadhouse was your go-to que.
Shed a barbecue flavored tear as a solid BBQ joint closes its VCU outpost. Deep Run Roadhouse brought the flavors of Alamo to the Fan and the West End. Paul Hubbard was the smoke master of Alamo, sold his interest in the Church Hill legend and opened up Deep Run Roadhouse out on Glayton Road. Five years ago he expanded to 309 N. Laurel Street. Now only the West End restaurant remains but he hopes to come back into town.
Its been an amazing and successful 5 years, but our lease has come to an end. We are currently looking for a larger space to eventually move into, so we can be back downtown someday soon. Our West End store is still open 7 days a week from 11am – 9pm and it is thriving.
There are no words that could express our gratitude to all of our patrons and the VCU community. We will always honor our 10% off commitment to all patrons with a VCU ID at our West End location. We also hope to still continue being VCU’s preferred BBQ Catering Company for many years to come.
With ALL of the love, sincerity, and respect imaginable, our Deep Run Roadhouse family thanks all the awesome employees and patrons, that made the last 5 years a success. We are also very fortunate to mention, that all employees at our VCU location that wanted to stay with the company, have kept their jobs and have received a higher pay rate at our West End store and in our catering department.
We will dearly miss cooking for you all and hope that you will visit us at our West End Location someday soon.
The Deep Run Roadhouse Family
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