After stints trading stocks and running a popular downtown brunch spot, a local entrepreneur has found a confluence for his two past careers.
For his newest venture in the Fan, a member of a busy local restaurant family is veering away for the first time from his clan’s penchant for Thai food.
Short Pump has landed the region’s first seller of a sweet treat that originated in Southeast Asia and is gaining momentum nationwide.
A pair of first-time restaurateurs’ Caribbean concept is adding to the neighborhood’s melting pot of international eateries.
A pair of well-known local restaurateurs are trading in their rent payments for a full mortgage by purchasing a swath of properties fronting the 17th Street Farmers’ Market.
After a brief residency downtown, a sandwich shop brand has returned to the neighborhood where it started, just a block from its original location.
A downtown bakery space that was closed this summer when its owner was denied re-entry to the country is getting a second life from a familiar set of hands.
A trending sushi bowl concept gaining traction across the country is preparing to roll into the western Henrico dining scene.
A former employee of one of the city’s largest restaurant groups is stepping out on his own with a half-restaurant, half-beer store on Cary Street.
The restaurant group behind Tarrant’s and Max’s on Broad has served up its first Museum District venture.