1. Kabana Rooftop
From Sunday brunch to a late night out, Kabana is a recent addition to RVA with some of the most gorgeous views of the city! Equipped with a full service restaurant, lounge, and pool, it’s no surprise that the rooftop has quickly become a Richmond hotspot. Keep Reading
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Impanema is a joyous contradiction to the typically trendy scene of vegan restaurants. A cozy little basement tavern, Impanema is located in the heart of VCU. If you aren’t too stuffed after a hearty, meat-free entrée, WPA Bakery typically features an vegan dessert! Keep Reading
1. First Landing State Park: Virginia Beach
Since colonists first walked along the shores of First Landing State Park, the sight has grown to become the most popular state park in Virginia! With over 20 miles of trails and 1.5 miles of sandy Chesapeake Bay frontage, First Landing is an oasis within the urban Virginia Beach area. Keep Reading
Don’t let wild summer storms ruin a day of fun in RVA! Whether you’re stuck in the rain or in a house where the power is out, here are a few ways to beat the weather.
1. Explore The VMFA
With roughly four full acres of gallery space – not including the Sculpture Garden – the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts is a perfect spot to wander around and forget the outside world. The current Kehinde Wiley exhibit featuring around 60 paintings and sculptures looks intriguing. Keep Reading
1. Akida Japanese Restaurant
3015 606 N Sheppard St, RVA 23221
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This hole in the wall serves up some of the best deals on sushi in Richmond! Akida’s small space can be packed come dinnertime, but the fantastic service and variety of rolls makes the wait worth it. Pro Tip: Snag a seat at the bar, if you can, and watch the creation of your sushi from start to finish. Keep Reading
1. South of the James Market: Every Saturday
Being the biggest Farmers Market in Virginia, the SOJ is the perfect way to kick off a Saturday morning with vendors selling anything from fresh peaches to hand-made donuts. Love shopping local but want a closer location? New markets have been popping up all over Richmond! Check them out here. Keep Reading