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Diners
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American cuisine blends with college-town casual in an unprepossessing atmosphere. — Gayot
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American
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This noisy, bright, fast-paced French brasserie is populated by patrons who come as much to see and be seen as to be wined and dined. — Gayot
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American
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Named after Etienne Lemaire, Maître d'Hôtel to Thomas Jefferson from 1794 until the end of his presidency, this is no ordinary hotel eatery. — Fodor's
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American
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Appropriately, this dining-entertainment complex is in a former tobacco warehouse converted to a sunny, plant-filled three-story atrium — Frommer's
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American
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Happy houring at Heritage is a guaranteed good time because of their delicious speciality cocktails and frequently changing small plate menu — Afar Magazine
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American
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Seafood is the name of the game here, and you'™ll get plenty of creative cooking for your well-spent dollar — Gayot
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American
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There are deep ties to the South --- a Virginia ham plate appetizer, entrées of crispy fried trout with grits and chicken with Carolina gold rice --- but the bonds aren'™t constricting. — Gayot
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American
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The Roosevelt is a collaboration of chef/owner Lee Gregory and owner Kendra Feather, both with long pedigrees in the restaurant game — Gayot
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Italian
2 reviews
This Italian American mainstay—open since 1993 in the working class Oregon Hill neighborhood—is a Richmond classic — Tasting Table
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Italian
2 reviews
Dinner’s just as delicious, with a big and often Greek-influenced menu. Just don’t overdo it, the portions are more than generous. — On the Grid
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Spanish
2 reviews
On a quiet corner of Richmond, across from a park and among hundred-year-old homes, sits Virginia's own piece of bustling Havana, Kuba Kuba — Afar Magazine
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Bakeries
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Well known for their giant, homemade biscuits, their crazy sandwiches...delicious beers on tap, pint-glass mimosas with just a splash of OJ, and high-quality and inventive diner-style breakfast. — Afar Magazine
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American
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Ok, so they serve dinner and brunch too, but as the name if the restaurant is Lunch, it's fitting that it's my favorite meal there — Afar Magazine
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American
2 reviews
Chef Dylan Fultineer, a veteran of Blackbird in Chicago, helms the kitchen with simple but sure-handed dishes from the wood-fired grill. — Tasting Table
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American
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Saison, located in Richmond's Jackson Ward neighborhood is a real treat — Afar Magazine
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Cafe
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Sub Rosa baker Evrim Dogu churns out the city's best bread and baked goods including tart-and-chewy classic wheats, seedy ryes, and impeccably flaky croissants and pain au chocolats. — Tasting Table
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Vegan and Vegetarian
2 reviews
This underground den is much loved by the bohemian and art-student crowd. — Lonely Planet
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Bakeries
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To finish the meal off, I always get the chocolate devil’s food cupcake. The portions always seems to be just enough, filling but not overwhelming. — Afar Magazine
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