Food and Drink
Richmond is teeming with new dining options this month, and even more places are expected to open throughout December.
⛳️ ICYMI, though I know you didn't since it's seemingly the most reported "eatertainment" opening ever, The Park at RVA is now open Wednesday through Sunday in the Diamond District.
Nearly every restaurant in Richmond is decked out with holiday cheer, but a handful went all-out to turn their dining rooms and bars into winter wonderlands — with drinks.
Miracle on Cary: Every December, The Jasper in Carytown becomes Miracle nightly, beginning at 5pm.
POV: You're trying to find a place to eat a nice, cheap lunch. We've got you covered with four tasty lunch options for $10 or less.
Karri here, and I've been remiss in failing to tell you until now about Daniel Harthausen, the Richmond chef behind the pop-up dining series, Young Mother.
Harthausen launched his Japanese and Korean-inspired monthly pop-up a year-and-a-half ago out of Adarra and the dinners have been on a wait-list basically since they started.
A rash of closings has recently hit Richmond's dining scene.
The latest:🚨On Wednesday, two more Richmond restaurants announced they're closing on Dec. 12: Saison and Saison Market. Read more.
Why it matters: The restaurant was lauded in local and national media for its inventive Latin-influenced menu and elevated bar program, and the market served the best damn chicken biscuit in town.
👋 Karri here, reviving due to reader requests a dining list I feel like I started doing when Berkeley was hosting the first Thanksgiving (OK, maybe it was a little later).
Anyway, Axios Richmond readers asked, and here I am with your list of Richmond restaurants that will be open and serving a turkey dinner on Thanksgiving Day — smart brevity-style.
The Valentine is bringing back its 19th century medicinal tonic — the one made from the pressed juice of slow-cooked beef — in bloody mary form.
Why it matters: You, a Richmonder living in the year 2022, can finally get a taste of Valentine's Meat Juice.
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