5 new restaurants for Richmond
Here's the latest dish about dining happenings in town.
🥃 FanBoy, a cocktail lounge and "vinyl listening room," quietly opened two weeks ago in the former Temple space at 2713 W. Broad St. — and if Instagram is any indication, it immediately became a nightlife hotspot.
- The lounge serves a cocktail and mocktail-heavy menu, plus wine and beer, and a small food menu dominated by appetizers (burrata, oysters, truffle fries) with a few sandwiches. Open nightly.
🥯 Wishbone Food Shop, a market and breakfast and lunch cafe serving up Latin and Italian-inspired fare, opened this week in the old Cafe Ole space at 2 N. Sixth St.
🌮 Sincero, the Mexican-American pop-up, opened its brick and mortar last Friday in the former Lucy's space at 404 N. Second St. in Jackson Ward.
- The restaurant is serving tacos ($5 each), sandwiches and apps like chicken wings, Brussels sprouts and something like nachos but with waffle fries (in!), plus a full bar.
- Open for dinner Tuesday-Saturday with weekday happy hour (when tacos are just $4).
In other news:
🕺🏼 The Funkhaüst Cafe — a standalone funky, wild beer taproom from The Veil Brewing (which to be honest I'd never heard of before) — is closing after one last funky hurrah on Dec. 1 at its 2256 Dabney Road location.
- The owner cited an 80% increase in rent for the decision.
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