A local taco shop chain has snatched up a former daycare property next to its Southside location, giving it room to stretch and test out a new offshoot.
Dominion Energy’s newly opened office tower will soon run, in part, on Dunkin’.
Even a visit from Gordon Ramsay apparently wasn’t enough to save the longtime river-country restaurant.
Roanoke-based Mill Mountain Coffee and Tea ran the Richmond coffee shop, which is now up for sale.
A taco shop, a sushi joint and a health food concept are the latest eateries to open on the Monroe Park campus.
The owner said the coronavirus pandemic doomed his West End restaurant because its space didn’t lend itself to distanced dining.
The breakfast chain said it likes the stability of the area’s customer base but some mall eateries, such as Mexican restaurant La Hacienda, have shut down recently.
The Top shut down at 10 Walnut Alley but the operator plans to open Nexx, another restaurant and nightclub, at 1713 E. Main St.
The store at 900 E. Broad St. is closing Aug. 28 after more than two decades because the city terminated its tenancy.
T-Caf, Salon de Thé, opened last week in a 2,200-square-foot space formerly the home of a consignment shop at 2943 W. Marshall St.