Snipes Properties and Spy Rock Real Estate Group are teaming on a project to satisfy the neighborhood’s growing appetite for new dining, booze and open space.
“It’s something that I’ve wanted to do for a while now,” Sal Nuara said. “I’ve been working on trying to make the best burgers and hot dogs possible, and I believe that I’ve found the right mix of beef and ingredients.”
The former owners of two Midlothian ice cream shops are now in the coffee business, after a shakeup at a new local roaster.
The Hot Light soon will be glowing in Short Pump.
One noodle restaurant is out and another is sliding in at Carytown storefront. Pho Luca is set to open in the recently vacated Hai Y’all ramen and dumplings spot at 2915 W. Cary St. Hai Y’all closed late last month after a year of business. The restaurant, a joint venture between Andrew Friel and Home… Read more »
The owner of a Scott’s Addition bar-arcade has brought another entertainment venue to the neighborhood. Slingshot Social Game Club, a restaurant/bar/gaming venue, opens today at 1304 MacTavish Ave. It’s owned by Robert Lupica, a former Sweet Frog franchisee who also owns The Circuit Arcade Bar a few blocks over at 3121 W. Leigh St. Circuit… Read more »
The concept, which initially had been eyed for Scott’s Addition, is being brought to Richmond by two Charlottesville residents. It will combine pickleball courts, a full-service restaurant bar, a café and juice bar, and coworking spaces.
A national burger joint soon will be stuffing itself into a Southside shopping center, taking over for a coffee shop chain that is moving across the street.
One of the two restaurants is taking over the Short Pump location of Chinese joint Peter Chang, which will be moving next door. The other is a Maryland-based chain opening its first Virginia location.
The local coffee roaster opened its new outpost across from Scott’s Addition last week. Another spot is planned for Forest Hill.