“I was leaving the gym one day and saw the space was vacant. It never had dawned on me that it could be the juice bar,” said cofounder Antoine “Roc” Meredith.
Rassawek Vineyard wants to expand its offerings to include camping, short-term rentals, a zip line course and a retail store.
Developer and landlord David Gammino and three others opened RVA Tobacco Lounge earlier this month at 2906 W. Clay St.
Move over, CarMax. Richmond will soon be home to a second publicly traded used car retailer.
The Asian fusion restaurant will take over a space at 10921 W. Broad St. that had been home to pizza joints Pie Five and Pupatella in recent years.
Dubbed Hatch Local, the food hall will have two outdoor dining areas and nine stalls for food vendors to rent.
“It’s a Chipotle of breakfast,” Zach Archibald said of Surrounding Counties, his new café in the Westbury Shopping Center.
“Our discussions with the developer have been productive,” the mayor’s office said last week of Capital City Partners’ offer to buy and redevelop the site with a 20-story, VCU Health-anchored tower.
Precautions and pandemic-induced restrictions are required for this week’s Dominion Energy Charity Classic at CCV’s James River Course.
A mixed-use building with retail and apartments is planned on 5.3 acres owned by the Loving family.