The beer maker has worked a deal with the co-owner of Southbound and Heritage restaurants to open a food concept within its 60,000-square-foot Goochland facility.
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The owner of the area’s first Jamba Juice location is bringing another new restaurant brand to Henrico.
A startup hub in a redeveloped Shockoe Bottom building and a modernized mixed-use building in Jackson Ward were among area design projects recognized at AIA Richmond’s annual awards ceremony last month.
An empty storefront at a prominent downtown office complex is swapping square burger patties for big bowls of salad.
Henrico County’s goal of making the community “drown-proof” is 10 golden shovels’ worth of dirt closer to being met.
The new owners said they’ll be changing the name of the shop to Riverbend Coffee Co., an homage to how the James River bends near Libby Hill Park, which is just a few blocks from the cafe.
The owners of the ever-evolving West End mall have secured another piece of the puzzle, paying more than $650,000 an acre for the parcel at the edge of its boundary.
Mantu translates to “me and you” in co-owner Hamid Noori’s native Dari language and also is the name for traditional Afghan dumplings, which will be one of the featured items on the restaurant’s menu.
Three siblings in New Kent County are preparing to turn their old backyard into a new sort of playground, while a nearby established competitor is planning an expansion.
A group that includes the founder of two local breweries is planning a new beer-making enterprise in western Chesterfield County.