Hatch Cafe is an event space, pop-up venue and incubator for all things food and beverage. They call 2601 Maury Street their home. Normally they have a small but solid list of options. Follow their Facebook to see the latest Pop-up they’re hosting, most recently you missed out on lobster rolls.
On Fridays from 5 to 9pm and then Saturdays from 12noon to 9pm. they’re the home for Cobra Burger. You might recognize co-founders Adam Musselman, Joshua Franklin, and Melville Johnson IV from the now-shuttered Cardinal State Butcher in Bon Air.
Richmond Magazine has an in-depth scoop on Cobra Burger that provides great insight into what Cobra Burger is all about.
So what, exactly, is a Cobra Burger? Two Harris Farms beef patties, American cheese, Cobra bread-and-butter pickles and pickled red onions, shredded lettuce, and the signature Cobra sauce on a potato bun. Other varieties include a solo patty, or “Junior” size, and “The King,” four towering patties — all served with pickled French fries.
The article also mentions their vegan option and the loose-meat sandwich a mid-west take on the Sloppy Joe.
But c’mon all you really need to know is this image from Cobra Burger’s Instagram.
Ordering is live on the appropriate day via the link: cafe.hatchkitchenrva.com Simply click to ‘schedule for later’ then select which day and time slot, and you’re good to go! There is limited dine-in seating if you don’t want grab and go.
Giving Heart Community Thanksgiving Feast
The Giving Heart RVA will hold its annual Community Thanksgiving Feast on Thursday, November 26th, from 11 am-2 pm. This is a free event open to those in the Greater Richmond Metropolitan Area.
The Giving Heart Community Thanksgiving Feast is a free event for those in the Greater Richmond Metropolitan Area. Held on Thanksgiving Day, this year’s event will move to a “to-go” format due to Covid-19. Details in the flyer above.
NEED A MEAL? Curbside Pickups are available this year – Click Here to sign up.
4th District Small Business Virtual Town Hall
The meeting is tonight, November 23rd at 6 PM to discuss issues that local businesses face during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
City Councilwoman Kristen Larson is hosting a meeting tonight for small businesses in the 4th District.
Are you a small business owner living or doing business in the 4th District? If so, please join me, the city’s Department of Economic Development, and other business owners at 6 pm tonight, November 23rd for a 4th District Small Business Virtual Town Hall meeting. This is a time for us to hear from you about any issues you continue to face due to the COVID-19 pandemic so that we can learn how best to support you at this time. You can access the meeting through the below link or dial-in numbers. We will provide time for questions throughout the meeting.
Conference ID: 423 691 949#
Please note that if you are accessing the meeting online, you will be asked to share your name before being accepted into the meeting. Please keep your video off unless you are addressing the speakers during a time for questions. Also, note that the chat feature will not be used or monitored for the purposes of this meeting.
If you are accessing the meeting by phone, you must press *6 to unmute yourself before speaking.
Diversity Richmond Providing Thanksgiving Day Drive-Thru
Food will be distributed by order of arrival, no early arrivals will be accepted.
Food will be distributed by order of arrival. We will not accept early arrivals. To ensure the health and safety of our volunteers and community members, we will adhere to COVID-19 CDC guidelines. Please remain in your vehicle and open the window of your vehicle when it’s your turn in line. All COVID-19 protocols are in place for all people preparing and handling the food. See you then!