Temple is now open from the owners of Sabai, a new ice cream spot from the owner of Whisk is on the horizon, Amazon begins free two hour delivery from Whole Foods Market, a look at how Anthony Bourdain impacted Richmond chefs, and more this week.
Brenner Pass will host a pretty cool Indie Chef Week featuring some of the nation’s best chefs this summer, Dinner en Blanc returns, we have a look at some of the best dishes at this past weekend’s Broad Appetit event, and more this week.
EAT Restaurant Partners’ new restaurant is open in the Fan, Chez Max charts a new course under a new chef-owner, five food festival to try this weekend, area gas stations with the best grub (yes, really!), and more this week.
This week we have a look at the new Spoonbread Deux in the West End (and an opening date), a roundup of Style Weekly’s “Best of Richmond” awards, a look at the awesome neighborhood spots around town, and more.
We’ve got details on Amici’s revival in Goochland, Don’t Look Back’s new digs in the former Triple pool hall, a new waffle spot on the horizon in Manchester, and more this week.
Mike Isabella settles his sexual harassment lawsuit, Tuffy Stone dishes on Q Barbecue’s secrets, West Coat Provisions opens its doors, and more this week.
A new waffle and biscuit shop opens downtown today, The Pit and the Peel is on the way to the James Center, the city’s restaurateurs could soon get some relief from the forthcoming meals tax, and more this week.
The Hop has brought over 300 craft beers and pizza to the Fan, a new Florida-based Tex-Mex chain has opened, a local waffle shop is going 24-hours on the weekends, and more this week.
This week, we take a look at the serious allegations against chef Mike Isabella (who in Richmond owns Graffiato), a preview of Spring Restaurant Week, news of Chocolates By Kelly’s move to Short Pump, and more.
This week, we take a look at two forthcoming restaurants, give you the lowdown on donut burgers, and take a look at the reboot of a once iconic Richmond beverage company.