A Washington, D.C.-based restaurant chain may be ready to ignite the Short Pump food scene later this summer.
J. Elias O'Neal
Dubbed the “AirBnb of stuff,” the startup will allow people to rent out their non-real estate items – from lawnmowers to stereo speakers – all for a small daily or hourly fee.
The trend of local ramen restaurants is spilling westward, as the city’s newest ramen shop settles into West Broad.
Armed with plenty of beer and smoked meat, a local restaurateur is ready to bring a long vacant Jackson Ward restaurant space back to life.
A Florida-based restaurant group is ready to fire up its first Virginia location in a shuttered Short Pump jewelry store.
PartyRVA, an 18-month-old online party planning platform, has raised enough capital to fund its next phase of growth – going national.
An upstart local booze maker is making an investment to double its capacity less than three months after opening in Richmond’s thirstiest neighborhood.
Picking up where a shuttered neighborhood market left off, a new restaurant is looking to add more flavor to Shockoe Bottom.
Dozens of entrepreneurs pinged their Uber apps to meet with funders and angel investors in a 15-minute vehicle ride around the metro as part of the ride-sharing company’s UberPitch service at the Richmond Technology Council’s (RichTech) all-day event at the 17th Street Farmers’ Market in Shockoe Bottom.
The local company’s handcrafted, natural products for the body, including lotions, house sprays, body washes and candles, have attracted orders from big-time national retailers.