A regional chain of Mexican restaurants has looked to the West End for its sixth location.
As the Stonewall Jackson Monument came down from its pedestal for the first time in more than 100 years on Wednesday, a newly formed nonprofit initiative was working behind the scenes to help cover the cost of the removal.
The company has taken over 20,000 square feet in a redeveloped building on Belleville Street. It’s one of the bigger office deals in the neighborhood in recent memory.
The ghost kitchen trend has landed in Richmond.
A pair of local clothing companies are looking to add to the fabric of Richmond’s Jackson Ward neighborhood with store openings in coming weeks, one of them picking up where it left off before the coronavirus arrived.
The Richmond on Broad Café at 626 E. Broad St. has been closed since March and will not reopen.
Stretched to the brink by the coronavirus shutdown, a longstanding local yoga studio will close permanently in July.
The donut chain has ditched the Carytown location it’s called home for almost a decade, as its franchisee hunts for a location with a drive-thru.
“Without the ability to gather ー whether it be for a member meetup or a celebration rental ー the physical space no longer made sense for the business model.”
A slinger of Southern soul food opened a brick-and-mortar location in Shockoe Bottom Tuesday, trading up from a mobile kitchen in Northside.