A local travel writer and a magazine editor have paired up to help Richmonders get to know the sights — and tastes — of the area.
After a brief stint, Friend or Pho is no more. But another operator is ready to step in and take over.
After a career in manufacturing, a New Yorker-turned-Richmonder is trying his luck in the restaurant business.
A year-old French restaurant in Shockoe Slip has changed its name.
For a few dozen local establishments, Restaurant Week is a chance to get new customers in the door and hopefully please their taste buds enough to get them to return.
Two Richmond businessmen are bringing an expanding salad franchise to the area.
A local restaurateur is helping support Virginia’s waterways, one dish at a time.
There isn’t a new tenant for the former Richbrau brewery/pub yet, but neighboring business has taken advantage of the prime Cary Street exposure.
A Richmond sports bar and restaurant is opening a new location in Fredericksburg.
An Innsbrook diner is still serving milkshakes, cheeseburgers, pancakes and other classic American dishes, but the ingredients have changed. And the chain’s owners hope that patrons will pay a bit more for the dishes knowing that many of the ingredients came from Virginia.