A local restaurant group that’s become a sought-after tenant for area malls is preparing to drop anchor with its newest seafood concept.
While they wait for construction to begin on their new location in Hanover, two local restaurateurs are speeding up their expansion plans with a venture in Chesterfield.
It was nearly 20 years ago that Brandon Jackson and Jonathan Cessna dreamed of someday owning their beloved Richie’s, a former long-time bar at the corner of North Meadow and West Broad streets in the Fan.
A restaurateur credited with helping grow Manchester’s dining scene has opened his latest installment in the Southside neighborhood.
For the second time this summer, a local restaurant group has opened a new venture in the Arts District downtown.
A new restaurant, named in honor of author and onetime Richmond resident Edgar Allan Poe, is in the works in an inn downtown.
A year-old Jackson Ward restaurant is taking to the streets in search of new revenue and a potential second location.
A recently shuttered beer and barbeque joint on East Leigh Street is being filled with a similar concept by new owners.
“I’m a second-generation Dairy Queen owner,” said franchisee Jane Blackburn. “This is something that I want to pass down to my own children.”
“This is something I’ve always dreamed of: owning a nice little place for tea,” said Theodore Akueson-Gannyi, who is preparing to open T-Caf, Salon de Thé in the city’s most sought-after neighborhood.