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The Veil moving to new location, creating 18-vendor food hall in Scott’s Addition

The Veil Brewing Co. is moving to bigger digs – and adding an 18-vendor food hall in the 25,000-square-foot building on Belleville Street.

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From the Richmond Times-Dispatch:

A new food hall – the first in Richmond – is opening in Scott’s Addition sometime next year and The Veil Brewing Co. will move its Scott’s Addition taproom into that space when it opens.

Neighborhood Restaurant Group, an Alexandria-based restaurant group, announced this week The Belleville – a 25,000 square foot space in the works at 1509 Belleville St. that will feature roughly 18 food vendors, The Veil’s taproom and three bars – one of which will sit on the building’s rooftop.

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Taziki’s Mediterranean Café offering $5 gyro meals to celebrate 10th anniversary in Richmond

Taziki’s Innsbrook, Chesterfield, and Midlothian restaurants will offer $5 Grilled Chicken or Grilled Veggie Gyro meals all day on May 23 to dine-in guests.

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Fast casual chain Taziki’s Mediterranean Café will honor 10 years of serving its Mediterranean fare with the Richmond community on Tuesday, May 23rd.

Taziki’s Innsbrook, Chesterfield, and Midlothian restaurants will offer $5 Grilled Chicken or Grilled Veggie Gyro meals all day on May 23 to dine-in guests.

“We are grateful to the Richmond community for these 10 wonderful years,” said operator Jona Ford. “Residents have welcomed us with open arms, and we plan to continue serving our fun, modern Mediterranean fare to the people we love for at least another 10.”

As a brand, Taziki’s Mediterranean Café is also celebrating 25 years.

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Island Shrimp Co. to hold rum seminar with acclaimed Brooklyn spirits author, educator

Shannon Mustipher is an acclaimed author and founder of the Women Who Tiki pop-up. She has received a number of accolades for her work in the bar industry, including the Tales of the Cocktail Pioneer Award and induction into the Dame Hall of Fame.

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Island Shrimp Co. at Rockett’s Landing is set to host a rum tasting event on Saturday, May 27th at 2:30pm, featuring Brooklyn-based spirits author and educator Shannon Mustipher. The event will showcase a range of regional rum styles, with a welcome cocktail and eight sample selections for attendees to try. Tickets for the seminar are priced at $35 and can be purchased via Eventbrite.

Shannon Mustipher is an acclaimed author and founder of the Women Who Tiki pop-up. She has received a number of accolades for her work in the bar industry, including the Tales of the Cocktail Pioneer Award and induction into the Dame Hall of Fame. Most recently, she was named on the Bar World 100 list of the most influential people in the industry.

In addition to the rum tasting, Shannon will be signing copies of her book “Tiki: Modern Tropical Cocktails,” and will remain at the venue for a special happy hour from 4-6pm. The happy hour event is open to the public and will feature three cocktails from the book.

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New tea room now open downtown is fit for a queen

The Queen’s Library Tea Room provides guests with unique experiences, including a wide range of teas, baked goods from local bakeries, and other tasty treats.

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The Queen’s Library Tea Room, a new addition to Downtown Richmond, has announced its grand opening. This cozy and charming tea room bills itself as the perfect place to unwind and enjoy a classic afternoon tea with family and friends.

The Queen’s Library Tea Room provides guests with unique experiences, including a wide range of teas, baked goods from local bakeries, and other tasty treats. With classic English tea time favorites and more modern options to cater to all palates, the tearoom offers something for everyone.

The vintage-inspired interior of the tearoom features antique furnishings, Richmond furniture pieces, and delicate china, creating the perfect setting for a special occasion or a quiet moment of relaxation with loved ones.

Daniel Luna, the owner of The Queen’s Library Tea Room, says, “We’re thrilled to finally open our doors to the community. Our team has put a lot of love and care into creating this space and our menu, and we can’t wait to share it with our guests.”

The tearoom operates from Tuesday to Saturday and reservations are required. Reservations can be made on their website at hequeenslibrarytearoom.com or by phone at 804-215-6568.

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