1. Baker’s Crust
The Mission and Guiding Principles at Baker’s Crust are the components that make up the foundation of the culture there. Their guiding principles are the values that support their mission Eat Well. Be Happy. These values represent the philosophy of how they treat each other and how they conduct their business. Their attitudes and behaviors define our culture. All of these combined are based on their passion and true concern for their guests.
2. The Urban Farmhouse Market & Café
1217 East Cary Street, Richmond, Virginia 23219 | 310 N 33rd St, Richmond, VA 23223 | N Woolridge Rd & Coalfield Rd, Midlothian, VA 23114
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The Urban Farmhouse Market & Café prides themselves on their initiative of going green! They start each day with locally grown and freshly roasted coffee and fair trade teas. They prepare the menu with the freshest produce, and the meat is naturally raised and delivered daily.
3. 821 Cafe
A great place for breakfast. Everything is amazing, but people swear by their banana pancakes and the french toast is amazing. If you’ve got kids, bring them around for some wonderfully delicious “monster” pancakes!
Fresh, local and delicious food dished up in downtown Richmond, VA. Most of the ingredients come from local farms. Fresh produce and herbs from Victory Farms. Delicious bollilo rolls from La Sabrosita Bakery in Richmond. Stone-ground grits from Byrd Mill in Ashland, Virginia. Coffee from Carytown Coffee on the James, Pastries from Lucille’s in Richmond and fresh, local eggs from Duling Farms in Mechanicsville, VA!
5. The Dairy Bar
Featured in Southern Living Magazine as one of Virginia’s best breakfasts. They also offer over 35 homemade soups, fresh breakfast and lunch fare, and of course the best milkshakes in Richmond!
6. Westwood Fountain
Westwood Fountain is a family friendly business located inside Westwood Pharmacy. They serve breakfast and lunch, and they also cater! Its a great place to come on Sunday with the family.
7. Lamplighter Roasting Company
Their original cafe, opened in 2009 in a repurposed service station in the Fan District, has an extensive menu of made-to-order breakfast and lunch items, freshly baked pastries, and a full espresso bar. Large crowds gather on the weekends to enjoy our seasonal outdoor seating, and bike couriers from Quickness RVA hit the pavement with delivery from 11am till close every day. A variety of freshly roasted beans are always available for purchase.
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