A regional chain of Mexican restaurants has looked to the West End for its sixth location.
The challenges of running a restaurant in the age of coronavirus have presented an opportunity for a downtown taco shop and rooftop bar to team up.
The Richmond on Broad Café at 626 E. Broad St. has been closed since March and will not reopen.
Eduardo “Lalo” Macias, owner of The Patron in Mechanicsville and Lalo’s Cocina Bar & Grill and Chicanos Cocina Bar & Grill in the city, is partnering with a local concrete company exec in the new venture.
A local Jamaican food truck is going the brick-and-mortar route as it pulls into a former car dealer spot in the city’s Southside.
A slinger of Southern soul food opened a brick-and-mortar location in Shockoe Bottom Tuesday, trading up from a mobile kitchen in Northside.
The closure of the location at Carytown Place follows that of the Panera outpost in Stony Point Fashion Park.
Carytown’s Can Can Brasserie is in the hands of a new owner.
Just as it is beginning to reopen after coronavirus closures, the Southside mall has lost another tenant.
Opening a restaurant a month into a pandemic is far from ideal, but Nader Hagez took the leap anyway.