The Richmond-based regional bar and restaurant chain is opening a new location – this time near George Mason University.
With a newly opened café in a former Fan bookstore, a local businessman also has his sights set on Scott’s Addition.
“There are several chains that are in the suburbs, and I think you’re seeing people look for something else to meet their dining needs,” Chris Tsui said. “That presents us with an opportunity.”
A restaurant group from D.C. is bringing a new food and beverage trend to the booming city neighborhood, with a local brewery in tow as its anchor tenant.
The gas station and convenience store giant would raze the longtime Arby’s restaurant, but would preserve the old cowboy hat sign that dates to the 1970s.
As they pondered concepts for their second restaurant, sisters Rosio and Karina Garcia knew one thing for certain: The venture bearing their mother’s nickname had to be bold in flavor and design.
A new-to-market taco shop is stuffing itself into the restaurant lineup of a Chesterfield shopping center. The local franchisees also run several Buffalo Wild Wings’ locations in the region.
The husband-and-wife team behind downtown restaurant Maya is opening its newest concept, Pink Flamingo, in the former Pasture restaurant space at 416 E. Grace St.
A new-to-market pizza chain is ready to fill a former fried chicken joint in Rams territory.
A local restaurant group that’s become a sought-after tenant for area malls is preparing to drop anchor with its newest seafood concept.