Ledbury and Shockoe Atelier are making and selling masks to VCU Health, and they plan to continue to ramp up production.
While many local restaurants have closed abruptly during the coronavirus downturn, one Richmond restaurant group quickly reopened an outpost in Scott’s Addition it had closed when the economy was stronger.
A Shockoe Bottom eatery has tapped out permanently, while its sister restaurant in the West End continues cooking.
The brewery has sold its other Ownby Lane property to Spy Rock, which plans upwards of 200 residences on the surrounding parcels. And Hardywood says the extra cash will help it weather the coronavirus storm.
ABC stores in the Richmond region sold nearly $7 million worth of liquor last week as the full extent of the coronavirus spread began to hit home.
On the hunt for revenue as its members keep their distance during the pandemic, a local gym is letting its stationary bikes go mobile to bring exercise routines to customers’ living rooms.
Construction, food and beverage, retail and others are able to continue operating onsite following the governor’s order Monday to shut down non-essential businesses and schools.
Despite shutting down last week and temporarily laying off its staff, Don’t Look Back is looking ahead to a day when it can reopen and try what it hopes is a novel approach to surviving the coronavirus downturn.
“It’s a judgement call and I know the numbers. It’s hard to be a Carytown business in a good economy.”
Feel like you could use a drink in these most unusual times? The region’s breweries are working to make sure you’ll be able to get one, though taprooms across the area are closing.