A VCU-area restaurant building won’t stay dormant for long after its longtime tenant closed last month.
A shared kitchen startup in the Southside is going back for seconds and thirds.
It’s sayonara for a longtime Japanese steakhouse in Shockoe Slip.
After stalling foot traffic at their Chesterfield location set them off in search of a new home, the owners of a local hot dog shop have landed in Carytown.
Not one to waffle on the success of a new concept, local restaurateur Brad Barzoloski is at it again.
A husband-and-wife team is closing out a Henrico retail center with the fourth outpost in their local pizza franchise.
Travinia Italian Kitchen & Wine Bar’s five-year run at the shopping center has come to an end, as the South Carolina-based chain is in the process of selling off locations as part of its bankruptcy.
Melinda Guevara found inspiration for her family’s latest local restaurant from memories from her childhood – particularly her days spending time in the kitchen with her mother and late grandmother.
The operators of a sprawling residential estate-turned-event venue – colloquially referred to as the “castle in Goochland” – are branching out into Short Pump with a new event space, restaurant and bar that will replace The Wine Loft.
A mixed-use development rising at the edge of Oregon Hill near VCU has hooked its first commercial tenant – a restaurant chain that’s making a comeback in the Richmond market.