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Blue Bones is a fantastic and eclectic vintage shop. Great selection, great prices, and great people. They are currently changing locations so everything is online but keep a lookout for the first opportunity to visit in person!
Ledbury, hit twice in recent months with vandalism as well as loss of sales due to the Stay at Home order, still holds strong as a vital member of the RVA community. They are currently selling masks as well as their well-tailored men’s shirts.
Hit hard by the recent vandalism on Broad St., the local store has been a family-owned business for four generations. Set up with a GoFunMe page, Waller & Co are trying to continue on. Do them and yourself a favor and go check them out.
Thrive Coffee is a local nonprofit coffee roaster whose mission is to employ people in our community with disabilities. On their website, https://ThriveRVA.org, Thrive Coffee offers a large selection of whole-bean coffee, which can be delivered to your door or picked up at local Farmer’s Markets. Thrive Coffee has a great mission and is soon to become a Richmond staple! Be sure to check them out and grab a bag or two of their delicious coffee.
For Over 33 years, Whitley’s Peanut Factory has been producing the finest quality gourmet Super Extra-Large VA Peanuts on the market. As a family owned business, founded & headquartered in Gloucester County (Hayes, VA), in business since 1986; we have become a local destination for “Home Cooked” Virginia peanuts, other nuts, mixes, candy confections, and so many other specialty food items. We are also famous for our crisp, fresh flavor and personal, customer friendly in store experience. We are proud to support local vendors, such as: AR’s Hot Honey, Matt’s Dirty Pickles, Herbert’s Wine Jelly, and Tommy’s Wicked Garden Salsa (along with so many other fine quality VA made products). We would love for you to visit our Retail Outlet Stores in Richmond, Williamsburg, & Gloucester (VA) and you can find out more information about Our Story & Products by visiting: www.whitleyspeanut.com.
I can’t wait to get to discover the food scene in Church Hill on a River City Food Tour!
The Poe Museum houses and displays the largest collection of Poe memorabilia in the world. The museum began in 1922, almost century ago, when a group of literary enthusiasts met in Poe’s hometown of Richmond, Virginia to create the state’s first monument to a writer. The Museum has enjoyed a history as unique as the author it honors.
I am looking forward to experiencing the powerful, delightful performances of the Richmond Symphony, home to some of the most talented musicians in the region.
Excited to grab a gin and tonic and dance around with friends at Poor Boys.
One of the things we’re missing most is going out to movies. I can’t wait to enjoy a movie, dinner and a drink at CineBistro. In my opinion, the best place to see a movie in Richmond. They have super comfortable seats, good food and great service.
My son and I are really looking forward to exploring the fun at The Richmond Children’s Museum and The Chesterfield Children’s Museum.
It becomes like a mini-reunion with friends I rarely see. On Summer nights, we grab food at whatever wonderful food trucks inhabit the parking lot, go in and listened to some amazing bands and catch up with old friends.
My favorite place to hit for breakfast is Kuba Kuba. I say “breakfast” but I always get the roasted pork no matter the time of day. But if I’m there during breakfast time, I always order their cafe con leche to get my day started.
What other restaurant can you have a delicious cocktail at the bar and then stroll right out the door onto a beautiful sculpture garden? When the weather is not cooperating? Stay indoors and tour the art of the VMFA.
Pasta heaven. The fluffy gnocchi resting in the most delicious bolognese is one of my favorite dishes in Richmond.
Excited to feel some bass and family vibes with the community at canal club once we ride this wave out.
Receding into the darkness of a booth at Joe’s Inn.
Flights, Bocce, food trucks, and dogs napping in the afternoon sun makes lazy days even lazier (aka perfecto).
Actually, anything happening at the Byrd. Plus, Saturday night Wurlitzer performances before the films. Ahh nostalgia.
Drinking the best IPAs ’round these parts in tall fancy glasses.
During the first weekend of November, Richmond is overtaken by an army of Vespa’s for their annual city rally, Indian Summer. Long picturesque rides through the city, feats of skill in their obstacle course competitions, and general tomfoolery is had by all!
I love sipping beers with my friends on the patio at Ardent as the day wears on into the evening.
Richmond summers are not complete without Flying Squirrels baseball. Especially on the 4th of July – FIREWORKS!!!
A trip to Stone is wonderful but sitting out at the fire pit makes it tops! I can’t wait to go back to their tasty brews and the beautiful atmosphere.
One of the best parts of the 10k for sure is the people who participate in simply viewing the race. Setting up coffee or donuts in the median for runners who may need a pick-me-up, holding signs of support, or even dressing up to give the runners a good laugh!