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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
4 reviews
This chic Parisian-style bistro and wine bar would be right at home on the Avenue des Champs-Elysées. — Frommer's
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American
4 reviews
New American cuisine comes to life at Lemaire, located in Richmond’s historic Jefferson Hotel. — Forbes Travel Guide
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American
2 reviews
With its sparkling brass and glass, this restaurant that served as a nineteenth-century tobacco warehouse surely bespeaks Southern elegance today while the menu itself is almost as compelling as the setting — Gayot
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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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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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American
2 reviews
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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Italian
2 reviews
This consistently popular neighborhood hangout has been serving inexpensive Greek-accented Italian fare since 1952, including veal parmigiana, fish, pizzas, and pasta. — Frommer's
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Spanish
2 reviews
Kick off the meal with an order of empanadillas (we like these stuffed with slightly sweetened picadillo, a.k.a. Cuban beef hash), but other choices include scallop ceviche and an avocado salad. — Gayot
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Bakeries
2 reviews
Old-fashioned meets new-wave at this distressed-looking, beloved little café-as-diner-as-pub by VCU. — Gayot
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Burgers
1 review
This casual spot stays true to its “down under” nature, but the gourmet burgers are on the up and up. — Gayot
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American
2 reviews
True to its name, this diminutive Scott's Addition dinette specializes in hearty sandwiches, crisp salads and big bowls of soup — Tasting Table
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American
2 reviews
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American
2 reviews
Saison, located in Richmond's Jackson Ward neighborhood is a real treat — Afar Magazine
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Cafe
2 reviews
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
2 reviews
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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American
1 review
The specialty here is New Southern cuisine, with seasonal lunch and dinner menus that include tempting dishes such as roasted game hen. — Fodor's
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