Maple Street Biscuit Co. chose a 3,400-square-foot space at 11629 W. Broad St. to be its first location in Virginia.
Raysean Edwards plans to open Phase 27, a small-plates concept with American, Italian and Mexican dishes, at 27 W. Broad St. in December.
Hickory & Oak will focus on barbecue and chicken, and also offer shrimp and grits, steaks, salads and more as prepackaged meals and to-order takeout items.
“I’d be lying if I said we began without hoping to have the opportunity to expand,” owner Brett Diehl said of opening a second location in GreenGate.
Dogs will play on nearly an acre of grass while their humans drink beer, wine and hard seltzer at Ruff Canine Club at 1924 Ellen Road.
Don’t Look Back South is scheduled to shutter by Oct. 30 and a buyer is sought for the storefront at 7524 Forest Hill Ave.
The former Union Presbyterian Seminary professor was at church when he found a different calling.
Bell Greek plans to open early next year at 7011 Three Chopt Road in the Village Shopping Center in the space that was home to Moe’s Southwest Grill for years.
“I’m slowly trying to take over the frozen dessert game in Richmond, little by little,” Ruby Scoops owner Rabia Kamara said of her new concept Suzy Sno.
The restaurant will open at 1719-1721 E. Franklin St. in a space formerly occupied by Julep’s New Southern Cuisine for more than a decade.