5 RVA Restaurants You Should Try ASAP!


1. Balliceaux


203 N. Lombardy St. Richmond, Virginia 23220
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Balliceaux is a New American restaurant and music venue, with an exciting and ever changing “Burger Research Menu”.

2. Cafe Rustica


414 E Main St, Richmond, Virginia 23219-3822
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Cafe Rustica offers European comfort food in a casual atmosphere. Their wine list is both intriguing & diverse with an emphasis on old world wines. Stop by and view their local art as well!

3. Mama J’s Kitchen


415 N. 1st Street, Richmond, Virginia 23219
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Mama J’s is a neighborhood restaurant based on the family tradition of going to grandma’s for Sunday dinner. Their goal is to combine great southern food with outstanding service in a relaxing atmosphere. Mama J’s prepares food fresh daily on site, everything from Pan Fried Catfish to Candied Yams & Macaroni & Cheese to Homemade Cakes & Cobblers.

4. Chez Foushee


2 East Grace Street, Richmond, Virginia 23219
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Chez Foushee offers lunch and carry-out weekdays, dinner every Thursday, Friday and Saturday, as well as Sunday brunch. Their menus change seasonally with an emphasis on fresh, local and sustainable ingredients.

5. Julep’s New Southern Cuisine

1719-21 East Franklin Street, Richmond, Virginia 23223
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Julep’s has already been named one of Richmond’s “Top Seven Sensations” by Richmond Magazine. The professional and friendly staff, elegant atmosphere and charm of this historic building create a hospitable setting as you savor a fresh mix of flavor that captures the flare of Atlanta, Charleston, New Orleans and Savannah.

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