The clock has expired on a longtime Short Pump restaurant, but a new, mystery addition to the area’s dining scene is in the works within eyeshot.
Owner of Jalapeño’s in Carytown opening pizza joint next door
Plans for Anthony’s Pizza Carytown come as Anthony’s on the Hill announced it’s closing after a decade in Church Hill.
Cocky Rooster restaurant setting up shop at local golf course for newest outpost
In the wake of successfully shoring up its workforce with a new approach to employee schedules, a local chicken-focused restaurant chain is in expansion mode – and its next stop is a Midlothian golf course.
Longoven owners plotting yet another restaurant in Scott’s Addition
It’ll be the group’s fourth restaurant in the neighborhood, joining Japanese concept Nokoribi at 1509 Belleville St. and Italian restaurant Lost Letter that opened this year within Longoven’s space on Clay Street.
Ghost kitchen concept ChefSuite opens rentable kitchen venue on West Broad
ChefSuite recently opened at 4711 W. Broad St., where it offers 16 rentable kitchen suites from which tenants can operate restaurants for delivery and pick-up only.
Max’s on Broad restaurant to close, make way for new concept
The late Ted Santarella opened Max’s, named for his son, in 2013. Now owner Liz Kincaid is making a change to stay in step with a changing Arts District neighborhood.
Asian-style restaurant Wok this Way opens on Broad St.
Named after Run D.M.C. and Aerosmith’s 1986 hit song, the restaurant features rock-and-roll-themed dishes like Back in Black Pepper Beef Stir Fry and Sweet Child of Thai Pad Thai.
Toast owners open rum-focused cocktail concept near Midlothian
Sidecar Cocktail Lounge shares the kitchen of next-door neighbor Toast New American Gastropub, and serves to complement the restaurant’s dinner service.
Ms. Bee’s owner planning The Hive restaurant and market in old Saison spot
Brandi Battle-Brown has operated Ms. Bee’s along Brookland Park Boulevard in Northside since 2019 and added a second location at The Valentine museum in 2021.
Council approves New York Deli owners’ new Byrd Park restaurant
Following a thumbs up Monday from City Council, the team behind New York Deli now has all the necessary city approvals to open The Byrd’s Nest, a cafe and restaurant at 401 S. Stafford Ave.