A meaty stew this week: Richmond’s first Food Truck Court, continued coverage of the fro-yo craze, new menus at restaurants all over town and a few restaurants closing.
Tower Fish House, which was formerly Byram’s Lobster House for 70 years, quietly closed in March after a one-month run.
Two Richmond restaurateurs are opening a Mooyah Burgers location at the Corner at Short Pump this year.
Two chefs are combining their skills in the kitchen to open Maximo’s, a tapas bar and restaurant on North 18th Street.
The latest edition of the Stew serves up some new chefs and new restaurants in the Fan, Carytown and Ashland, plus a new brewery and a restaurant lawsuit.
A restaurant and hookah bar near VCU claims the university destroyed its business when it started building a dorm next door and turned the neighborhood into a construction zone that blocked parking and scared off customers.
After serving sweet treats in the West End for 28 years, the local ice cream shop is finally crossing the James River and adding a second location.
A local bakery is more than doubling its space in May, and it’s opening earlier.
A meaty Stew this month, with new restaurants and nightclubs in Shockoe Slip and the Bottom. Plus second locations for a few longtime Richmond restaurants.
The smell of roasted coffee beans will soon be drifting from Sheppard Street over to Patterson Avenue.