Brad Barzoloski might revive the Luncheonette concept he shuttered in 2018 but he is focusing now on growing his waffle brand.
Big Chile is taking over the 2,000-square-foot space at 10184 W. Broad St. in the Lexington Commons Shopping Center.
William Wright closed his nearby Bistro 27 this year and is preparing to open a concept called Henley on Grace.
The shuttered BB&T branch, which includes drive-thru bays, is across the street from an existing Starbucks with no drive-thru window.
A $2 million renovation will expand the comedy club’s seating from 275 to 400 and, combined with DraftCade, it will occupy about 15,000 square feet at the mall.
The coffee giant plans to open a new cafe at 4320 Commerce Road that will feature a drive-thru and employ 30 people.
The Mediterranean-style eatery is the brainchild of local industry veterans John Reynolds and Steve DeRaffele.
Joey McCullough owned four Burgerim locations in the Richmond region before the chain collapsed and the founder fled. Now he’s replacing them.
The take-out only shop at 3431 W. Cary St. will feature a menu of bubble teas, smoothies and ice desserts.
Nearly 300 local businesses participated in the COVID-era stimulus program, receiving amounts ranging from as much $5.4 million to as low as $1,200.