A year after rolling into Richmond, a New Orleans-inspired food truck is firing up a brick-and-mortar location in the city’s Northside. Manchu, which serves up a mix of soul food and Vietnamese dishes, is preparing to fill a 1,200-square-foot storefront at 2914 North Ave. in the Brookland Park neighborhood. It’s targeting an early fall opening…. Read more »
Shockoe Bottom has a new place to get its caffeine fix. Ironclad Coffee Roasters on Monday opened its first full-time retail spot the former firehouse at 1805 E. Grace St. The location joins Ironclad’s Scott’s Addition roasting facility at 2904 W. Moore St., which married owners Ryan and Kelly O’Rourke launched two years ago. Ironclad… Read more »
A prime downtown restaurant property left vacant on Broad Street last month by celebrity chef Mike Isabella won’t sit idle for long.
Two years after opening his second restaurant in Shockoe Slip, Carlos Londoño is coming back for thirds in Shockoe Bottom.
A Shockoe Bottom bakery owner has dished out her new ice cream venture in the Fan.
More than a year after a lease was signed on an old bingo hall, construction fences are up and workers are on the move at the latest addition to the neighborhood’s entertainment scene.
After a brief hiatus, local restaurateur Kevin Roberts has returned with a new venture in the Fan serving Southern comfort cuisines with French flair.
A new-to-town restaurant with over 200 U.S. locations is ready to take on the competitive Innsbrook market.
A local nonprofit and a seasoned development company are bringing a dormant movie rental shop back into focus with a deal anchored by a restaurant chain’s first Chesterfield location.
As it hatches a plan to franchise beyond Richmond, the popular local restaurant chain is making a return to the city’s Southside.