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22 Essential Restaurants in Richmond, Virginia

The restaurant scene in the Virginia capital includes everything from classic soul food to birria tacos, Afghan dumplings, Jewish deli fare, and more

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Taking a careful approach to reopening, several restaurants in Richmond, Virginia, have slowly eased back into indoor dining. Now they’re preparing for a joyful summer in which friends want to gather, dine out, and make up for lost time. Several new restaurants, like taqueria TBT El Gallo and West African-tinged Southern spot Lillie Pearl, opened with odds stacked against them in 2020 but have managed to hold their own. Fine-dining fixtures like L’Opossum, Longoven, and Brenner Pass, plowed through the pandemic and have reopened for on-site dining. From the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts to a weekend tubing on the James River, Richmond has plenty of diversions to keep visitors busy during non-eating hours. But the food itself is worthy of a trip.

The latest CDC guidance for vaccinated diners during the COVID-19 outbreak is here; dining out still carries risks for unvaccinated diners and workers. Please be aware of changing local rules, and check individual restaurant websites for any additional restrictions such as mask requirements. Find a local vaccination site here.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. Lehja Restaurant

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11800 W Broad St suite 910
Richmond, VA 23233
(804) 364-1111
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Sandjeep “Sunny” Baweja is a model of gracious service and hospitality. His modern Indian menu (think wild salmon tikka and pulled duck and mushroom biryani) is worthy of a jaunt to Short Pump Towne Center, the outdoor mall that Lehja calls home. A three-course prix fixe weekend brunch menu is a steal at $24 per person.

2. Brenner Pass

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3200 Rockbridge St #100
Richmond, VA 23230
(804) 658-9868
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Alsatian influences are all over the menu at Top Chef contestant Brittanny Anderson’s upscale spot in Scott’s Addition. Go for fondue, seafood towers, and steak au poivre, among other things. The restaurant features a prominent (and well-tended) bar and a cozy enclosed patio. For something a little more low-key, hit up Black Lodge, the pandemic-born takeout annex next-door, for cereal milk lattes, natural wine by the bottle, and all-day snacks like fondue smash burgers or curried lamb subs.

Steak au poivre from Brenner Pass
Steak au poivre from Brenner Pass
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3. ZZQ Texas Craft Barbeque

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3201 W Moore St
Richmond, VA 23230
(804) 528-5648
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When a trip to Texas isn’t possible, ZZQ offers a close substitute with its marbled brisket and massive beef ribs. The Tres Hombres sandwich — a mountain of chopped brisket, pulled pork, and sausage — favors the bold. But try to save a little room for the classic banana pudding, too.

ZZQ for the $20 Diner
A Texas barbecue platter from ZZQ
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4. Stella's

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1012 Lafayette St
Richmond, VA 23221
(804) 358-2011
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This is the place for a long lunch with friends when you have plenty of catching up to do. From the souvlaki with garlicky tzatziki to the towering black kale salad, Stella’s modern, rustic Greek menu delivers multitudes of lemon, garlic, and olive oil. There are also three Stella’s Grocery locations around the city for grab-and-go options.

Egg noodle hilopites with gigantes beans, pine nuts, cherry tomato, kalamata olive, feta, fresh mint, and extra virgin olive oil from Stella’s
Egg noodle hilopites with gigantes beans, pine nuts, cherry tomato, kalamata olive, feta, fresh mint, and extra virgin olive oil from Stella’s
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5. Longoven

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2939 W Clay St
Richmond, VA 23230
(804) 308-3497
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As a former pop-up that snagged national acclaim before the standalone restaurant opened, Longoven has established a reputation for inventive, modern fine dining in a sleek setting. Chef Andrew Manning’s creativity and knack for fermentation come across in Longoven’s seasonal six-course tasting menu. The serene dining room boasts open kitchen views, but the patio’s dreamy oasis vibes can’t be beat.

Spicy squid and cedar-aged hamachi from Longoven
Spicy squid and cedar-aged hamachi from Longoven
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6. The Mantu | Modern Afghan Cuisine

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10 S Thompson St
Richmond, VA 23221
(804) 716-6760
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Chef Hamidullah Noori, a Kabul native, cut his teeth in hotel kitchens in Afghanistan before landing in Richmond. Beef mantu, the traditional Afghan dumpling and namesake of his restaurant, are silken treasure chests stuffed with spiced ground meat or vegetables. Tandoor kebabs and lamb shanks are thoughtful, modernized takes on dishes from the chef’s youth.

Chef Hamidullah Noori’s mantu
Chef Hamidullah Noori’s mantu
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7. Cobra Cabana

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901 W Marshall St
Richmond, VA 23220
(804) 303-3577
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The spot for vegan punks and seekers of “stoner food,” Cobra Cabana has a menu that complements a biker bar ambiance: loud and a little wild. Look for munchies-busting Buffalo wings and mac and cheese (vegan and non). Cheap beer, including $3 grenades of Mickey’s malt liquor, are a big part of the appeal.

8. Edo's Squid

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411 N Harrison St
Richmond, VA 23220
(804) 864-5488
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Nightly specials are presented on a giant notepad hanging on the wall at this Italian-American standby, but beware the dreaded “X” signifying a sold-out dish. Among the reasons to save special nights out for Edo’s: giant tuna steaks swimming in tamari, lemon, and garlic; a roasted duck breast with polenta and white beans; and a giant bowl of penne in a gorgonzola cream sauce.

9. TBT El Gallo

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2118 W Cary St
Richmond, VA 23220
(804) 918-0158
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Opened during the height of the pandemic, TBT El Gallo is a takeout-only taco joint that leaves a strong impression. From dunkable birria tacos and tortas that require two-hands to elote-inspired “children of the corn” fries, this is grandiose, nap-inducing food full of traditional Mexican flavors. Order online for quick pickups Tuesday through Saturday.

Quesabirria tacos from TBT El Gallo
Quesabirria tacos from TBT El Gallo
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10. Restaurant Adarra

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618 N 1st St
Richmond, VA 23219
(804) 477-3456
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This restaurant run by a married couple has a way of making visitors feel instantly at home. Trust whatever comes out of chef Randall Doetzer’s Basque-influenced kitchen, and then sip whatever biodynamic wine sommelier Lyne Doetzer is pouring. Start with pintxos and a cocktail while perusing the menu, nibble on all the tinned seafood your heart desires, then meander through shareable plates like the caldo vizcaino, a hearty stew of merguez, lamb broth, and escarole.

11. Mama J's Kitchen

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415 N 1st St
Richmond, VA 23219
(804) 225-7449
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With abundant heart and soul, the restaurant named after matriarch Velma Johnson sets a table that feels like a family reunion in the heart of Jackson Ward. Fried chicken and catfish are ample and filling, but go ahead and order the legendary peach cobbler, too.

Fried trout from Mama J’s
Fried trout from Mama J’s
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12. Dinamo

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821 W Cary St
Richmond, VA 23220
(804) 678-9706
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A cool, intimate dinner nook near Virginia Commonwealth University, Dinamo is the place to grab a bite before a show at Altria Theater. Start with chicken liver crostini and then pick whichever homemade pasta dish sounds appealing. From squid ink fettuccine to ricotta gnocchi, there’s hardly a bad pick in the house.

13. Perly's

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111 E Grace St
Richmond, VA 23219
(804) 912-1560
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This charming, mom-and-pop Jewish deli downtown is a total throwback. The picture-perfect fish platter cradles cured specialities like smoked trout and silky gravlax with all the fixings. The baseball-sized matzoh balls, floating in a rich chicken broth and sprinkled with fresh dill, live up to the Perly’s tagline: “It’s Yiddish for delicious.”

14. Lillie Pearl

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416 E Grace St
Richmond, VA 23219
(804) 412-8724
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Chef Michael Lindsey pays homage to his North Carolina upbringing and West African heritage in dishes like the Obe Ata braised lamb shank with jollof rice and pickled collard stems, or the smothered pork chop with hoppin’ john. For lunch, the “Smashville” fried chicken sandwich — or better yet, seasonal “Smashville” soft shell crab sandwich — is one of the best of its kind. 

A “Smashville” hot chicken sandwich from Lillie Pearl
A “Smashville” hot chicken sandwich from Lillie Pearl
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15. L'Opossum

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626 China St
Richmond, VA 23220
(804) 918-6028
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L’Oppossum supplies fine dining with a hint of kink from the mind of Inn at Little Washington alum David Shannon. Dishes like escargots a la ham biscuit and the swank bank (lobster mac and cheese) are luscious and over the top, more gilded than Liberace’s ring collection.

16. Soul N' Vinegar

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2832 R St
Richmond, VA 23223
(804) 505-4003
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This neighborhood food shop makes an ideal first stop in Richmond. Upon arriving in town, load up on whatever chef Michelle Parrish is serving that week — vegetable spring rolls with chili oil, bangin’ pimento cheese, or the “big *ss” salted chocolate chip cookies — and stow them away in your room’s mini fridge for the inevitable midnight snack.

The “big *ss” salted chocolate chip cookie from Soul N’ Vinegar
The “big *ss” salted chocolate chip cookie from Soul N’ Vinegar
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17. Sub Rosa Bakery

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620 N 25th St
Richmond, VA
(804) 788-7672
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Brother-and-sister bakers Evrim and Evin Dogu have garnered national acclaim for flaky pastries and wood-fired bread made from locally milled grains. Sub Rosa’s seeded braids are holy grails of shattering layers. The seasonal quiche practically defies physics with its quivering custard center. Snag a pack of chocolate, rye, and anise biscotti for the road.

18. Cobra Burger

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400 N 27th St
Richmond, VA 23223
(804) 643-8824
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Burgers rarely come with as much personality as the creations that emerge from this takeout spot. Partners Adam Musselman, Joshua Franklin, Melville Johnson IV, and Mike Epps used to own a butcher shop. They took their deep meat knowledge to Church Hill, where they sling freshly ground beef patties every night but Tuesday. Grab a bottle of wine from the exquisite Second Bottle shop one block over, and take the goodies to Libby Hill Park for a picnic with some of the best views in the city. Then come back the next morning for the silly sloppy breakfast sandos of “Bronchfest.”

19. Alewife

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3120 E Marshall St
Richmond, VA 23223
(804) 325-3426
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Sustainable seafood shines at Church Hill’s Alewife. The Siren Song, a lazy Susan laden with catches of the day, is the recommended way to start a meal for four or more. If it doesn’t appear on the specials board, just order one of every starter, like a riff on moules frites that combines mussels and crispy potatoes, or the crispy perch with Buffalo sauce and pickled celery. 

Seafood dishes from Alewife
Seafood dishes from Alewife
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20. Grisette

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3119 E Marshall St
Richmond, VA 23223
(804) 562-6207
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Hit the bar at Grisette, which takes after a meat-centric French bouchon, for a cocktail and a selection of cheese and charcuterie. Considering the Smorgasbord full of chef’s picks, the “something awesome” selection on the wine menu, and a dealer’s choice option for cocktails that prompts guests to choose from descriptors like “herbal,” “tiki,” or “refreshing,” Grisette might be the best place in town for indecisive diners.

Beef tartare from Grisette
Beef tartare from Grisette
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21. Oro Pop-up at Hatch Cafe RVA

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2601 Maury St Building 2
Richmond, VA 23224
(804) 562-8015
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This weekly pop-up from chef Laine Myers is all about homey Italian flavors, fresh pasta, and seasonal produce. The entire menu, from antipasti to dolci, can (and really should) be had for under $70. Preorder online for pick-up from 5:00 to 8:00 pm on Sundays.

A carrot terrine with pea leaves, grilled pea shell,  and whey puree from the Oro pop-up
A carrot terrine with pea leaves, grilled pea shell, and whey puree from the Oro pop-up
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22. The Lilly Pad

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9680 Osborne Turnpike
Richmond, VA 23231
(804) 507-1997
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With a seafood-forward menu, brick oven pizzas, and plenty of fun drink specials, the Lilly Pad is an easy place to spend a few hours. Located at the Kingsland Marina on the James River, it’s an ideal place to enjoy sunsets and live music on Saturdays. This pad is equally chill for families and cool kids, too.

Neapolitan pizza from the Lilly Pad
Neapolitan pizza from the Lilly Pad
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1. Lehja Restaurant

11800 W Broad St suite 910, Richmond, VA 23233

Sandjeep “Sunny” Baweja is a model of gracious service and hospitality. His modern Indian menu (think wild salmon tikka and pulled duck and mushroom biryani) is worthy of a jaunt to Short Pump Towne Center, the outdoor mall that Lehja calls home. A three-course prix fixe weekend brunch menu is a steal at $24 per person.

11800 W Broad St suite 910
Richmond, VA 23233

2. Brenner Pass

3200 Rockbridge St #100, Richmond, VA 23230
Steak au poivre from Brenner Pass
Steak au poivre from Brenner Pass
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Alsatian influences are all over the menu at Top Chef contestant Brittanny Anderson’s upscale spot in Scott’s Addition. Go for fondue, seafood towers, and steak au poivre, among other things. The restaurant features a prominent (and well-tended) bar and a cozy enclosed patio. For something a little more low-key, hit up Black Lodge, the pandemic-born takeout annex next-door, for cereal milk lattes, natural wine by the bottle, and all-day snacks like fondue smash burgers or curried lamb subs.

3200 Rockbridge St #100
Richmond, VA 23230

3. ZZQ Texas Craft Barbeque

3201 W Moore St, Richmond, VA 23230
ZZQ for the $20 Diner
A Texas barbecue platter from ZZQ
Katherine Frey/The Washington Post via Getty Images

When a trip to Texas isn’t possible, ZZQ offers a close substitute with its marbled brisket and massive beef ribs. The Tres Hombres sandwich — a mountain of chopped brisket, pulled pork, and sausage — favors the bold. But try to save a little room for the classic banana pudding, too.

3201 W Moore St
Richmond, VA 23230

4. Stella's

1012 Lafayette St, Richmond, VA 23221
Egg noodle hilopites with gigantes beans, pine nuts, cherry tomato, kalamata olive, feta, fresh mint, and extra virgin olive oil from Stella’s
Egg noodle hilopites with gigantes beans, pine nuts, cherry tomato, kalamata olive, feta, fresh mint, and extra virgin olive oil from Stella’s
Stella’s/Facebook

This is the place for a long lunch with friends when you have plenty of catching up to do. From the souvlaki with garlicky tzatziki to the towering black kale salad, Stella’s modern, rustic Greek menu delivers multitudes of lemon, garlic, and olive oil. There are also three Stella’s Grocery locations around the city for grab-and-go options.

1012 Lafayette St
Richmond, VA 23221

5. Longoven

2939 W Clay St, Richmond, VA 23230
Spicy squid and cedar-aged hamachi from Longoven
Spicy squid and cedar-aged hamachi from Longoven
Longoven/Facebook

As a former pop-up that snagged national acclaim before the standalone restaurant opened, Longoven has established a reputation for inventive, modern fine dining in a sleek setting. Chef Andrew Manning’s creativity and knack for fermentation come across in Longoven’s seasonal six-course tasting menu. The serene dining room boasts open kitchen views, but the patio’s dreamy oasis vibes can’t be beat.

2939 W Clay St
Richmond, VA 23230

6. The Mantu | Modern Afghan Cuisine

10 S Thompson St, Richmond, VA 23221
Chef Hamidullah Noori’s mantu
Chef Hamidullah Noori’s mantu
Mantu [official]

Chef Hamidullah Noori, a Kabul native, cut his teeth in hotel kitchens in Afghanistan before landing in Richmond. Beef mantu, the traditional Afghan dumpling and namesake of his restaurant, are silken treasure chests stuffed with spiced ground meat or vegetables. Tandoor kebabs and lamb shanks are thoughtful, modernized takes on dishes from the chef’s youth.

10 S Thompson St
Richmond, VA 23221

7. Cobra Cabana

901 W Marshall St, Richmond, VA 23220

The spot for vegan punks and seekers of “stoner food,” Cobra Cabana has a menu that complements a biker bar ambiance: loud and a little wild. Look for munchies-busting Buffalo wings and mac and cheese (vegan and non). Cheap beer, including $3 grenades of Mickey’s malt liquor, are a big part of the appeal.

901 W Marshall St
Richmond, VA 23220

8. Edo's Squid

411 N Harrison St, Richmond, VA 23220

Nightly specials are presented on a giant notepad hanging on the wall at this Italian-American standby, but beware the dreaded “X” signifying a sold-out dish. Among the reasons to save special nights out for Edo’s: giant tuna steaks swimming in tamari, lemon, and garlic; a roasted duck breast with polenta and white beans; and a giant bowl of penne in a gorgonzola cream sauce.

411 N Harrison St
Richmond, VA 23220

9. TBT El Gallo

2118 W Cary St, Richmond, VA 23220
Quesabirria tacos from TBT El Gallo
Quesabirria tacos from TBT El Gallo
TBT El Gallo/Facebook

Opened during the height of the pandemic, TBT El Gallo is a takeout-only taco joint that leaves a strong impression. From dunkable birria tacos and tortas that require two-hands to elote-inspired “children of the corn” fries, this is grandiose, nap-inducing food full of traditional Mexican flavors. Order online for quick pickups Tuesday through Saturday.

2118 W Cary St
Richmond, VA 23220

10. Restaurant Adarra

618 N 1st St, Richmond, VA 23219

This restaurant run by a married couple has a way of making visitors feel instantly at home. Trust whatever comes out of chef Randall Doetzer’s Basque-influenced kitchen, and then sip whatever biodynamic wine sommelier Lyne Doetzer is pouring. Start with pintxos and a cocktail while perusing the menu, nibble on all the tinned seafood your heart desires, then meander through shareable plates like the caldo vizcaino, a hearty stew of merguez, lamb broth, and escarole.

618 N 1st St
Richmond, VA 23219

11. Mama J's Kitchen

415 N 1st St, Richmond, VA 23219
Fried trout from Mama J’s
Fried trout from Mama J’s
Mama J’s/Facebook

With abundant heart and soul, the restaurant named after matriarch Velma Johnson sets a table that feels like a family reunion in the heart of Jackson Ward. Fried chicken and catfish are ample and filling, but go ahead and order the legendary peach cobbler, too.

415 N 1st St
Richmond, VA 23219

12. Dinamo

821 W Cary St, Richmond, VA 23220

A cool, intimate dinner nook near Virginia Commonwealth University, Dinamo is the place to grab a bite before a show at Altria Theater. Start with chicken liver crostini and then pick whichever homemade pasta dish sounds appealing. From squid ink fettuccine to ricotta gnocchi, there’s hardly a bad pick in the house.

821 W Cary St
Richmond, VA 23220

13. Perly's

111 E Grace St, Richmond, VA 23219

This charming, mom-and-pop Jewish deli downtown is a total throwback. The picture-perfect fish platter cradles cured specialities like smoked trout and silky gravlax with all the fixings. The baseball-sized matzoh balls, floating in a rich chicken broth and sprinkled with fresh dill, live up to the Perly’s tagline: “It’s Yiddish for delicious.”

111 E Grace St
Richmond, VA 23219

14. Lillie Pearl

416 E Grace St, Richmond, VA 23219
A “Smashville” hot chicken sandwich from Lillie Pearl
A “Smashville” hot chicken sandwich from Lillie Pearl
Lillie Pearl/Facebook

Chef Michael Lindsey pays homage to his North Carolina upbringing and West African heritage in dishes like the Obe Ata braised lamb shank with jollof rice and pickled collard stems, or the smothered pork chop with hoppin’ john. For lunch, the “Smashville” fried chicken sandwich — or better yet, seasonal “Smashville” soft shell crab sandwich — is one of the best of its kind. 

416 E Grace St
Richmond, VA 23219

15. L'Opossum

626 China St, Richmond, VA 23220

L’Oppossum supplies fine dining with a hint of kink from the mind of Inn at Little Washington alum David Shannon. Dishes like escargots a la ham biscuit and the swank bank (lobster mac and cheese) are luscious and over the top, more gilded than Liberace’s ring collection.

626 China St
Richmond, VA 23220

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16. Soul N' Vinegar

2832 R St, Richmond, VA 23223
The “big *ss” salted chocolate chip cookie from Soul N’ Vinegar
The “big *ss” salted chocolate chip cookie from Soul N’ Vinegar
Soul N’ Vinegar/Facebook

This neighborhood food shop makes an ideal first stop in Richmond. Upon arriving in town, load up on whatever chef Michelle Parrish is serving that week — vegetable spring rolls with chili oil, bangin’ pimento cheese, or the “big *ss” salted chocolate chip cookies — and stow them away in your room’s mini fridge for the inevitable midnight snack.

2832 R St
Richmond, VA 23223

17. Sub Rosa Bakery

620 N 25th St, Richmond, VA

Brother-and-sister bakers Evrim and Evin Dogu have garnered national acclaim for flaky pastries and wood-fired bread made from locally milled grains. Sub Rosa’s seeded braids are holy grails of shattering layers. The seasonal quiche practically defies physics with its quivering custard center. Snag a pack of chocolate, rye, and anise biscotti for the road.

620 N 25th St
Richmond, VA

18. Cobra Burger

400 N 27th St, Richmond, VA 23223

Burgers rarely come with as much personality as the creations that emerge from this takeout spot. Partners Adam Musselman, Joshua Franklin, Melville Johnson IV, and Mike Epps used to own a butcher shop. They took their deep meat knowledge to Church Hill, where they sling freshly ground beef patties every night but Tuesday. Grab a bottle of wine from the exquisite Second Bottle shop one block over, and take the goodies to Libby Hill Park for a picnic with some of the best views in the city. Then come back the next morning for the silly sloppy breakfast sandos of “Bronchfest.”

400 N 27th St
Richmond, VA 23223

19. Alewife

3120 E Marshall St, Richmond, VA 23223
Seafood dishes from Alewife
Seafood dishes from Alewife
Alewife [official]

Sustainable seafood shines at Church Hill’s Alewife. The Siren Song, a lazy Susan laden with catches of the day, is the recommended way to start a meal for four or more. If it doesn’t appear on the specials board, just order one of every starter, like a riff on moules frites that combines mussels and crispy potatoes, or the crispy perch with Buffalo sauce and pickled celery. 

3120 E Marshall St
Richmond, VA 23223

20. Grisette

3119 E Marshall St, Richmond, VA 23223
Beef tartare from Grisette
Beef tartare from Grisette
Grisette [official]

Hit the bar at Grisette, which takes after a meat-centric French bouchon, for a cocktail and a selection of cheese and charcuterie. Considering the Smorgasbord full of chef’s picks, the “something awesome” selection on the wine menu, and a dealer’s choice option for cocktails that prompts guests to choose from descriptors like “herbal,” “tiki,” or “refreshing,” Grisette might be the best place in town for indecisive diners.

3119 E Marshall St
Richmond, VA 23223

21. Oro Pop-up at Hatch Cafe RVA

2601 Maury St Building 2, Richmond, VA 23224
A carrot terrine with pea leaves, grilled pea shell,  and whey puree from the Oro pop-up
A carrot terrine with pea leaves, grilled pea shell, and whey puree from the Oro pop-up
Oro/Facebook

This weekly pop-up from chef Laine Myers is all about homey Italian flavors, fresh pasta, and seasonal produce. The entire menu, from antipasti to dolci, can (and really should) be had for under $70. Preorder online for pick-up from 5:00 to 8:00 pm on Sundays.

2601 Maury St Building 2
Richmond, VA 23224

22. The Lilly Pad

9680 Osborne Turnpike, Richmond, VA 23231
Neapolitan pizza from the Lilly Pad
Neapolitan pizza from the Lilly Pad
The Lilly Pad/Facebook

With a seafood-forward menu, brick oven pizzas, and plenty of fun drink specials, the Lilly Pad is an easy place to spend a few hours. Located at the Kingsland Marina on the James River, it’s an ideal place to enjoy sunsets and live music on Saturdays. This pad is equally chill for families and cool kids, too.

9680 Osborne Turnpike
Richmond, VA 23231

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