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.
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.
Two Richmond restaurateurs are expanding their empires with second locations, what amounts to about as close to a cat café as RVA will likely ever have is opening, Hattie Mae’s debuts at Willow Lawn, and Proper Pie and The Fancy Biscuit make national lists.
Richmond Black Restaurant Week continues, Rappahannock suffers a fire, two new biscuit shops are being baked up–one that serves donuts, too–Style Weekly dishes on the state of the #rvadine scene, and more.
A local restaurant empire continues to expand, barbecue comes to Robinson Street, King of Pops offers pop-making classes just in time for Valentine’s Day, where to get your wing fix for the Super Bowl, and more.
The Museum District is set to get a new juice bar (along with some other offerings), cat cafés could be coming to the area, details on a pizza operation at the forthcoming Triple Crossing in Fulton, and more.