After a fire shuttered its original Carytown location last summer, a local restaurant is looking forward to opening spots in both Forest Hill and a former Scott’s Addition pool hall.
A national barbecue chain has scoped out new territory in metro Richmond, with a plan to build from scratch in Chesterfield County.
A popular establishment is taking the second floor above its restaurant to install video games, extra dining space and another full bar.
After launching last year with a cart outside Zzaam in Carytown, a rolled ice cream operation is setting up shop in more permanent digs.
It was a trip to Richmond during the 2015 UCI Road World Championships that helped forge David Hahn’s confidence to take a leap into the city’s restaurant scene.
Where carpets once were peddled, cocktails now are being poured in a Carytown storefront.
A pair of first-time restaurant owners has chosen familiar territory from which to launch their new venture.
A pair of restaurateurs is betting the third time will be a charm for a property that’s seen a steady stream of food concepts come and go in recent years.
The seafood restaurant chain is coming back to Henrico County, dropping anchor in the Gleneagles Shopping Center.
The local restaurant brand has shuttered its two locations as its owner shifts his focus to other endeavors, including expanding his latest concept.