A restaurant rooted in Venezuelan flavor is jumping into an Innsbrook-area storefront where a grilled cheese joint recently fizzled out.
Already planning to roll into Henrico, a West Coast burger chain is preparing to add more heat to a Chesterfield retail center under development.
After three years of planning, a former Bon Secours employee finally has realized her dream of owning her own café.
A Southern food concept is relocating from Shockoe Bottom to become the first commercial user in the 2-year-old mixed-use development.
Siblings Leslie and Lindbergh Cox always had a simple arrangement growing up: Leslie cooks the food and Lindbergh eats it.
As its longtime home near Scott’s Addition garners interest from developers with a price tag of $5 million, the family-run business is headed across the county line to what’s been dubbed as “Scott’s Addition 2.0.”
The presence of three nearby chicken-centric restaurants isn’t scaring off another plucky competitor from vying for its place in the pecking order along a stretch of West Broad Street.
A new-to-market beer bar and restaurant chain is brewing up its first Virginia outpost in a Wegmans-anchored shopping center in Chesterfield.
The beer maker has worked a deal with the co-owner of Southbound and Heritage restaurants to open a food concept within its 60,000-square-foot Goochland facility.
The owner of the area’s first Jamba Juice location is bringing another new restaurant brand to Henrico.