The COVID-19 pandemic has claimed another longtime local Richmond business with the impending closure of the store, in business since 1974.
Rob Zorch of Zorch Pizza has parked his cart and picked up a brick and mortar at 2923 W. Cary Street.
The business, which closed its retail store during COVID-19, is back open for in-person shopping and has renovated their storefront.
While other services charge 30 percent on delivery orders, Foodē only charges 10 percent. As a bonus, ordering take out has zero additional fees.
Zach Archibald, co-owner of Lamplighter Coffee Roasters, is betting on a new Chipotle-style breakfast concept near Freeman High School.
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The local chain of market cafes is now down to just two locations – one in Shockoe Bottom and the other in Midlothian.
This will be the fourth location for the local market chain owned by restaurateurs Katrina and Johnny Giavos.