This week, lots of pizza news, a new oyster concept for Willow Lawn, a name for a forthcoming Shockoe Bottom fried chicken restaurant, and much more.
This week, a look at Perch, which opens this weekend, Ukrop’s famous breakfast pizza makes a return (but there’s a catch), a tiny bit of news on The Tobacco Company’s reopening, and a drive-thru concept for Tazza Kitchen.
We’ve got a look at the forthcoming Kregger’s Tap and Table in the Fan, a story on the rise and fall of Chef Mike Isabella, the return of the Cake Bar, and the continued decline of Applebee’s this week.
This week, we’ve got details on a new concept in Carytown that combines cocktails and glassblowing, a new chef’s table concept at The Boathouse in Hopewell, a celebration for Ipanema’s two decades in business, and more.
This week, a look at several new restaurants that will soon make their debut in the #rvadine scene, a new pop-up series to help aspiring chefs and owners, and more.
A new ramen spot has opened in Carytown just as an established restaurant down the road closes for emergency repairs, Boka adds barbecue to the menu, Café Olé seeks a buyer, and more news this week.
This week, a look at two Scott’s Addition restaurants that made national lists, a taste of Burmese cuisine, what will become of both Carytown Burgers & Fries and Nacho Mama’s, and more.
The Wooden Spoon has opened in the Near West End, Aloi is set to launch, Chez Foushee expands with a new concept, and local Papa John’s franchises feel the heat of their former CEO’s comments. All this and more in this week’s Food News.
We have a projected reopening date for the Tobacco Company, news on restaurants and grocery ditching plastic straws, an interview with Perch owner Mike Ledesma, and more this week.
Longoven nears its opening date, two three new sweets purveyors have either opened or are on the horizon, Champion launches a full menu, and more this week.