Mean Bird opens its roost in The Fan this Friday, an Innsbrook sushi restaurant plans to close its doors, a word about secret dining events in Richmond, and I get real about this weekend’s RVA Street Food Festival.
The Boathouse sets sail for Hopewell, the Richmond Bacon Festival returns, Lamplighter is taking over some neighboring space in Scott’s Addition, and a look the latest restaurant views from around town.
The owner of Belmont Butchery took home the top $10K prize on Chopped last night, 11 Months and The Stables are now open west of the Boulevard, RVA Bacon Week is upon us, and more in this week’s Food News.
A Greek spot is getting a reboot in The Fan, David Shannon steps out of the kitchen, Alamo Barbecue’s owner is exploring new frontiers, and Sugar Shack is serving up beer and burgers in Chesterfield soon.
The Boathouse sets sail for Hopewell with a forthcoming location, Kings Dominion announces a new ongoing food festival, The Hof Garden opens in Scott’s Addition, and a guide to the area’s best local farmers markets.
Rappahannock is celebrating the reopening of their restaurant following a fire, SOTJ turns 10, Richmond’s grocery store scene is getting ever-crazier, and a Scott’s Addition restaurant says a concrete pig set to be auctioned off for charity wasn’t stolen after all.
There are plenty of places to eat out with the family this Easter, and we’ve got the full list. Plus, brunch returns to Secco, The Luncheonette opens in Northside Monday, and The Boathouse has its own coffee blend.