A Northern Virginia-based sports bar chain is rolling its way into Henrico County, filling a building that was left vacant by the bankruptcy of its previous occupant.
Richmond’s suburbs appear to have no problem finding the beef, as yet another West Coast-based burger chain is firing up in the region.
A local café chain has closed its eastern-most outpost after less than three years in business.
A longtime staple in the VCU dining scene is moving out of the neighborhood and east to downtown.
A veteran of the local food truck scene is looking to carve out a niche that combines his experience working on trucks and in cooking food.
Rob Zorch’s years of tinkering in his kitchen resulted in the Dec. 8 launch of Zorch Pizza, a food truck built into a converted post office vehicle that serves up slices and pies at breweries on the weekends.
There was no stopping Richmond’s competitive dining scene this year, as 2018 seemed to bring a smorgasbord of local upstarts and new-to-market ventures to the table.
The duo behind a local vegan food truck has planted roots in a Chesterfield shopping center.
The closure of a Henrico County sports bar is opening the door for a pair of first-time restaurateurs to roll out a new-to-market pizza franchise.
Looking to feed its cult-like following, a restaurant group birthed in Dukes territory is doubling down with its second location and concept in Richmond.